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    3 cheers for cake! sour cherry almond yogurt cake

    I made this cake way back in the first week of March and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. We were invited to a friend’s house for dinner and I said I’d bring dessert. I wasn’t sure exactly what…

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    my favorite banana bread

    I’ve always been a little afraid of banana bread – too banana-y, too sickly sweet. But I’ve made some killer loaves, ones with chocolate chips and cinnamon topping, one flavoured with rum, a?vegan version?with cocoa and coconut, another with espresso,…

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    summer mornings: peach cobbler muffins

    The heatwave that we’ve been suffering through finally broke. Thank goodness. It’s not only been hot and gloriously sunny, but it’s also been smoky. British Columbia’s forests are burning and it’s a dangerous and awful situation. A week ago, Cornelius…

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    sunny sunny summer: frozen lemon ice box pie with gingersnap crust

    Even though the longest day of the year happened on Sunday, it’s been feeling like summer for a long time here in Vancouver. The most gorgeous spring has turned into summer, where long hot sunny days seem to be the…

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    tastes like spring: rhubarb-raspberry crumb squares

    Today is my birthday. It’s sunny out and the whole weekend promises warm weather and good times. I started the day with a strong coffee and this rhubarb-raspberry crumb bar. It’s full of oats and fruit so it’s breakfast in…

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    on january: green apple and celery salad with walnuts and mustard vinaigrette

    Vancouver is covered in fog which is my favourite part about winter in this neck of the woods. Everything is quiet and beautiful with just a hint of a Scooby Doo mystery in the dark. The downtown towers disappear and…

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    plum cake, because plums are better when cake is involved

    Okay, this cake also goes by the name of torte. I’m not sure why, but truthfully I couldn’t care less. This is a good cake with a good New York Times lineage. If you haven’t made it already, I’m not…

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    operation cool-down: raspberry lemon yogurt popsicles

    It’s been a hot summer so far. June was crazy hot, especially for us Vancouverites who tend to have wooly cardigans stashed away in purses, just in case, because it’s only June. To take a break from the heat, we…

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