When the smell of this bubbling fudge winds forth from the kitchen you will need to be armed with a taser and cattle prod to keep your children off the stove. In Canada it is “cabane à sucre” season so … Continue reading
Yup, it’s a recipe! Nobody said science couldn’t be tasty – try your hand at turning tiny molecules into giant successes in the kitchen.
Grilled salmon resides eternally in the upper echelon of unbeatables, along with The Matrix, the early 90s Blue Jays, and any video with Rob Ford in it. This week passion fruit is on sale at our IGA, so I took … Continue reading
Steeped in the wisdom of centuries of Celtic kitchen tradition, this is a St. Patrick’s Day classic that is as Irish as a red-headed leprechaun. Maybe not, but that is what is going to pop up on Google indexing. In … Continue reading
I really pulled out all the pun-stops to come up with a sickeningly internetified name for our very first themed post. Not content to be merely witty, I worked my fingers to the bone to present a masterful yet delicious … Continue reading
A perfectly probiotic morning bread you can whip up in your jammies and eat warm smothered in marmalade alongside a cup of Earl Grey. Let’s be honest, the majority of the probiotic cultures were killed during the baking process, … Continue reading
There are three gustatory winter holiday indicators for me: glögg, fondue, and airplane dinners. Fondue is for candle-lit, snowy evenings with close friends and family, glögg is for boozy, midday company Christmas parties, and airplane dinners are for weary travels … Continue reading
Crimson saffron and delicate sifted sugar combine in true Santa fashion to give this delicious Swedish holiday favourite. Despite living in Sweden for almost seven years, it wasn’t until just before leaving Scandinavia that I tried my hand at these … Continue reading