This chickpea flatbread is one of my favourite recipes. I could eat a whole pan of it in less than 24 hours. Scratch that. Full disclosure: I have eaten the entire thing in less than 24 hours. But this flatbread? Well, it may be a new contender for being stuffed in my face the quickest. [...]
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The original intention here was to create fluffy lemon poppy seed muffins. But the batter didn’t rise in the oven, so I decided to alter the name to lemon poppy seed biscuits instead. Hey, if The Artist Formerly Known as Prince and Puff Daddy/P. Diddy can make name changes, then so can I. After my [...]
It’s that time of year again. There is plenty to love about the Fall food season – squashes, carrots, potatoes, leeks, plums, pears, apples. Oh, the apples! The farmers market in my neighbourhood has about a zillion varieties. No exaggeration. So it may seem odd that I’ve created a recipe using canned pumpkin pie mix, [...]
I use the term ‘bread’ very loosely here, as this cinnamon raisin swirly bread definitely has all the trappings of a very decadent cake. There are plenty of tastes and textures here. The first thing you’ll notice is the buttery-like tenderness, followed by the delicate cinnamon flavour, and then you’ll reach the crunch of the [...]
(Looking for ways to eat healthy without spending a ton of cash? Check out my latest e-book about healthy eating on a budget.) Homemade bread is the ultimate five-ingredient recipe. All you need is flour, yeast, water and salt, along with a bit of sugar or honey to activate the yeast. Gluten-free breads are not [...]
Don’t you love it when you find a yummy-looking recipe and you already have all the ingredients to make it in your kitchen? That’s what happened to me with this bread. I can’t quite explain it, but I was entirely delighted with this little loaf. It just made me happy. Packed with high fibre flours, [...]
Are you a grocery store tourist? I definitely am. I love checking out local markets, health food stores and shops to drool over their products, especially when I’m in a new city. Though Toronto isn’t exactly ‘new’ to me, I have been away for a long time and plenty has changed in my absence. I’ve [...]
Last week, we had a pizza party at the Love in the Kitchen Academy. (I know what you’re thinking: what a rough work environment. It’s grueling, folks. Grueling.) We made the best pizza crust I’ve ever had (adapted from this chickpea socca recipe) and went to town creating the best topping combinations. The result? Six amazing [...]
Love muffins? I do! If you feel the same, check out my guest post on the Love in the Kitchen blog for a fabulous recipe. And please don’t mind the dirty title of the post over there. That was all Meghan.
A few months ago, my 88-year-old grandmother broke her hip. Thankfully, she’s okay, but she was very frustrated that wasn’t able to immediately leap out of bed after surgery. So I emailed my mother a few nutritional suggestions that might help things along. This is the response I got in return: “Grandma says to tell [...]
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