Monthly Archives: August 2012

Canadian Butter Tarts

I cannot believe I have not made one Canadian dish this entire time and to those that have been reading this for some time I am sorry. Among the several recipes to be found on here from other countries, I have omitted to attempt anything from a country I was living in only two years ago….

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Spicy Coconut Chocolate Bites

Have you ever eaten a meal and immediately wished you could time travel back in time to re-live the experience? Now this isn’t one of those simply make/order another one questions. Imagine if you did, by the time the last mouthful has been eaten the pleasure will have been replaced with remorse for how much you…

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Potato Doughnuts

Now please don’t be offended, but I’m not a lover of potatoes. I don’t love to eat them when you know and compare them to sweet potatoes, they are just not as satisfying. I don’t buy potato chips because quite frankly the thin amount of self control I have with junk food goes out the…

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Spiced Salmon Salad

One of the recent friends I made at a job I was doing is now roaming the globe and I have to say I miss her. We were a crazy team together and that kind of work environment doesn’t occur too often. I wouldn’t say I miss her singing the ‘It’s Friday’ song over and…

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Homemade Tortillas

I’ve only been to Mexico once, but in that seven day period on the piece of land south of the USA, I have to say I fell in love. The opportunity to explore the land, its orange hills, its vast water views, its easygoing atmosphere.To food that delighted me, even to this day I can…

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Bacon and Egg Pie

The small art of borrowing an object, something that you have not obtained outright, but been given to use for a period always differs in results. I’ve met countless people who refuse to lend anything out to anyone after too many failed changing of the hands. I’m always a good lender, other then a small…

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