May 2019

Prior to the very long hiatus of this blog, my monthly life was shared here and this month felt right to share what life looks like in my corner once again. It was a busy one with us moving into a friend’s place for a short time, making time for date night and selling most…

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Pancake Waffles with Whipped Cinnamon Ice Cream and Roasted Strawberries

Pancake waffles might be the silliest thing for a recipe to be titled, but these are pretty damn easy and in our house, we eat pancakes twice as often as waffles. Sometimes waffles can seem time consuming, but these take that recipe and flip it by adding oven roasted strawberries and whipped cinnamon ice cream….

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Bazlama – Turkish Flatbread

Turkish flatbread is one of those dishes that has appeared and become quite popular in the past few years. This recipe takes a twist on the traditional and isn’t baked, but rather pan fried in a frying pan. In Turkey, it’s known as ‘village bread’. Despite best efforts to find the origin of this, I…

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For the Love of Chocolate

Chocolate. Let’s just say that word and think carefully about all the ways we can consume that beautifully versatile ingredient because there is likely to be a lot of it consumed around the world this weekend…but there are other ways to eat it then simply in egg form (which less face isn’t always the nicest…

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Miso Asparagus with Roast Spring Vegetables

Miso asparagus seems like an odd combination, but the saltiness of the paste with butter is a pretty grand way to add just a hint of different flavor to asparagus. These are flash cooked so still have plenty of crunch and adorn the top of this white bean ‘hummus’ and roast spring vegetables feels like…

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Banana Bread with Seed Brittle

Banana bread isn’t on this blog and it seems like an odd exclusion considering my high school years were filled with home baked banana bread. Every Sunday I would make myself banana bread for the coming week’s snack. There are likely a million recipes for banana bread and I do not want to add a…

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Champurrado – Thick Mexican Hot Chocolate

Champurrado is a fun word to say, but there is something lovely about a cup of thick Mexican Hot Chocolate, even with the weather warming up outside, it is never a bad time to indulge in a thick cup of warming liquid chocolate. In my research of the origins of Champurrado (pronounced cham-poor-ah-doe), I discovered…

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Vegan Squash Tacos

Veganism seems to be the hottest thing in diets at this moment and it has been something of a passion of mine for some time. This blog has plenty of meat in it (all free range), but mostly in my regular life the diet we enjoy in my home is more vegetarian/vegan and has been…

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Earl Grey Creme Brulée

Earl Gray Creme Brulee has probably been done many times, but not in my house, and maybe, just maybe, not in yours. There are a handful of iconic desserts in the world and brulée is up there. Maybe its the smooth custard that has been baked to perfection. Maybe it’s the fact you have a…

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