About

Welcome to my kitchen! It’s where I feel most creative, most at home and most content. I am very fortunate that my job lets me play with words and with food. I love simple dishes prepared with passion and am always seeking new methods and inspiration to make food as fun and flavourful as possible. I’m also an enthusiastic explorer of faraway lands and cuisines. If you like the recipes you find here, please consider visiting my other food blog, Paula Roy’s Whole Foods in Half the Time. 

You can find additional recipes and other food-related articles in Ottawa At Home magazine, where I serve as food editor. I’m also excited to announce that I have a new TV show, Paula Roy’s Favourite Foods. It will be airing starting mid-fall 2016 on Rogers TV in Ottawa and the episodes will later be available on YouTube. I’ll be posting links here on Constantly Cooking, so be sure to check in frequently!

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During my fifteen years of working almost exclusively as a food journalist, I have enjoyed considerable success as a freelance recipe developer and spokesperson for national brands. Here is a selection of the companies I have worked with to date; please contact me at constantlycooking {at} gmail dot com to inquire about my rates and services:

 

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19 Responses to About

  1. Katie Renee says:

    I am in love with your blog. To be perfectly honest, every recipe here is something I would absolutely love to cook and eat. I can’t wait to try out the recipe for almond cake… or the cream puffs. I’ve always wanted to learn to make cream puffs, but I thought it was incredibly complicated. My sister is going to absolutely die of happiness when I surprise her with a plate full!

  2. Candy says:

    Hi, I have just discovered your blog and would like to nomimate you for the Liebster blog award. Hope you enjoy participating, find out what it’s all about here: http://lovelybuns.wordpress.com/2012/12/31/liebster-award-2/

  3. Liz says:

    Thanks for the follow. You have an interesting blog. I will certainly come back here several times. I look forward to receiving your posts. Thanks again!

  4. I have just nominated you for Liebster Award, you can learn about it in my link: http://hiphipcakes.com/2013/04/07/529/
    I think you deserve it, I enjoy your blog!
    Happy Blogging!

  5. Paula – we would love to invite you to an exclusive Culinary Evening we are hosting in the coming weeks! If you send me your email, we will send you the official formal invitation. We look forward to hearing from you.

  6. Thanks for checking out and following my blog recently! I hope you find some recipes on my blog to try for yourself some time. I look forward to following your future posts as well!

    -Christine

  7. Ryan Sookhoo says:

    Dear Paula

    You’ve got a great blog!

    I’m reaching out to you as an agency assisting the digital team at Maple Leaf Foods. We are looking for an exclusive group of bloggers who’d like to join a new website that is being launched by Maple Leaf.

    We think you’d be a great fit and would love to send you more information regarding the specifics of your proposed involvement.

    If you could send your e-mail to ryan.sookhoo@bishopintegrated.com we can fill you in!

    Thanks,

    Ryan

  8. Margaret A. Scott says:

    Got to know you through the times you were on the News at Noon with Leanne C., always interesting. Have used two of your recipes in out “Bottled Section” at our Fair, and added your
    email address. I will be interested to see what happens! Margaret

  9. Louise Locas says:

    I can’t wait to try your Cheese Puffs with Caramalized Onions. Iuwondering if I could bake them in advance, freeze them, and then reheat the,.
    Louise

    • Paula Roy says:

      Hi Louise, glad you liked the recipe. They really are delicious. Yes, you absolutely can make them ahead. I would reheat them gently in a moderate oven (about 300F). Hope you enjoy making (and eating) them!
      Paula

  10. Anonymous says:

    I just discovered your blog and I will be trying some of your recipes. Way to go girl!
    Marylen

  11. Anonymous says:

    Hello Paula!

    Congratulations on your new show! That is just awesome. A friend of mine introduced your recipes to me – the first one being that yummy kale salad one where your husband said, I Love kale! It was my first kale experience and your recipe made me exclaim the same thing your husband did!

    Thanks for sharing your recipes and your Love of cooking with us!

    Pam

  12. Sandra Wood says:

    I am really impressed with your site and the great recipes. I saw your show on Rogers last night for the first time and it was great to actually watch a cooking show that doesn’t include judges and a competition! It immediately follow Ottawa Eats which I also enjoy watching. You should do a show on your local culinary adventures. Your trip to Sutton QC was inspiring and I want to go do the same trip. It’s so nice to have this information. Your website is now favourited and I will be constantly checking it for your recipes!

    • Paula Roy says:

      Sandra, thank you so much for the kind words – they mean so much! I just love playing in my kitchen so if I can inspire others to enjoy food more, that’s very gratifying. Stay tuned for lots more deliciousness (and another adventure post) coming your way very soon! ~ Paula

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