Five Questions with Britney

From the first moment you enter Britney’s website Britney Breaks Bread or her Instagram profile you feel welcome and friends with her. Her food looks incredible but overall Britney has a sense of what she is doing with ingredients and a way of making them in a way you’ve probably never eaten before. Sometimes reaching...

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    June 2020

    Not sure what 2020 will be remembered for specifically, but there is hope that the protests following another avoidable life lost led to recognition of long  and so this month was spent having difficult conversations, long walks and easing into meeting up with some friends and visiting old beloved spots. How about you friends? What...

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      Five Questions with Kalesuckz

      Happy Sunday friends, What a Sunday it is being that it is summer solistice and we have a lovely interview with Kim from Kalesuckz today.  After following Kim for some time and salivating over the food she posts it came time to reach out because not only does she make good looking food, but she...

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        May 2020

        It’s been almost three months of being locked indoors most days and yet the month of May was deliriously filled with warm summer days, but ended in a striking way in a foreign land that is still leaving it’s indelible mark around the world. Here are some snapshots of my May, one where I was...

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          Raw Chocolate Fudge

          Sometimes when hanging with friends you’ll end up making something together in one of your kitchens and a few years ago, this Raw Chocolate Fudge was exactly the thing we made from a friend of a friend. Fast forward to 2020 and this one has been made countless times in my own kitchen and yet...

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            April 2020

            Another month where the indoors were the cafe, restaurant, office and everything else in between, but honestly, appreciation and gratitude are what I have most in these incredibly uncertain times. Another thing of appreciation is food, the ingredients to make a variety of meals. What about you? How was your April?

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              Anzac Biscuit Bars with Cornflake Crunch

              To put it lightly, there isn’t a good way to explain these cookie bars except that they take the beautifully perfect anzac recipe and top with a chocolate crunch that is, well, everything you might be missing when eating these biscuits usually. There is so much to be said about my love of cereal, a...

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                Creamy Parsley Pasta

                Very tempted to call this Creamy Parsley Pasta fast parsley pasta or 15-minute parsley pasta, but regardless of the name, this dish is fast and can be made with or without a blender and should be made in one pan because honestly, washing up is not something we should have to spend more time on...

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                  Five Questions with Kiln and Kitchen

                  Happy Sunday friends, I hope you are staying indoors and today is spent doing something you are enjoying, whether getting back into an old hobby or learning something new. For this month’s Five Questions we have the privilege of interviewing Sophia from the beauiful blog, Kiln and Kitchen. Having had the luck to follow her...

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