I’ve been completely MIA this past week and I apologize – September is always so busy between the Jewish holidays, my sister-in-law’s birthday, my birthday and my dad’s birthday, I barely have time to do anything else. So expect more of me next week when things slow down a bit (definitely come visit next week, … Continue reading
I keep meaning to post this recipe, because it’s seriously the easiest, quickest tastiest chicken recipe out there. It’s so flavourful and tangy yet savoury and sweet all at once. I originally got the recipe from the witty in the city blog, who calls it ‘Man Pleasing Chicken’, and I’ve been sharing it with my … Continue reading
Happy Friday! Today, I posted my weekly blog for Flyerland.ca – today’s recipe is for 5-layer magic squares. They are so amazingly rich and delicious, and the ultimate lazygirl recipe (People will think you worked really hard on these, I promise). Check out the recipe here.
One of my favourite things about fall is butternut squash soup – and after a few years I’ve perfected my recipe. It’s creamy, spicy, and a bit sweet, and the perfect thing to warm up to on a crisp fall night. My recipe uses cream, but feel free to omit it if you want to … Continue reading
What a weekend! TIFF is going on here in the city (Toronto International Film Festival), so Toronto is buzzing with stars and stargazers alike. It was mine and D’s 4-year wedding anniversary on Friday, so we went to one of our favourite restaurants in the city, Harbour sixty. We were out of the central TIFF … Continue reading
For those of you in Canada, and specifically in Toronto, check out my weekly blog over at Flyerland.ca – I’ll be posting new recipes there every Friday to coincide with deals and sales going on at Toronto grocery stores. Last week, I featured Apple-Curry Tuna Melts, and today, an amazing recipe for baked Sweet and … Continue reading
We really enjoy our red meat around here. But I can’t stand fatty cuts or meat that is too chewy, so I like to turn to my slow cooker for certain types. One of those is flank steak, which tends to be a tougher cut but almost melts in your mouth after a good sitting … Continue reading