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Tuscan Tomato, Leek and Bread Soup  

A hearty meal that’s ready in just 30 minutes I have to confess I really didn’t know as much as I thought I did about Italian cuisine until I went to cooking school in Tuscany. It’s a time I think … Continue reading

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Rustic Cornflour Bread

I love a hearty, rustic loaf that’s full of flavour, so I was excited to experiment with the heritage corn flour from Barkley’s Apple Orchard that I found in the Holiday Farmers’ Feast basket from the Ottawa Farmers’ Market. Corn … Continue reading

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Open-faced radish sandwiches – a French treat!

Leave it to the French to figure out that the very best way to enjoy radishes is to slice them thinly then pile them on top of bread that’s been slathered with high quality butter. Add a sprinkle of fleur … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Buttermilk Bread

This lovely loaf has become one of my family’s favourites. It retains its freshness for many days on the counter and is delicious for sandwiches or toasted. The buttermilk gives it a unique flavour and the balance of whole wheat … Continue reading

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Soft Ballpark-Style Pretzels

The easiest way to get your kids interested in food is to get them involved in the kitchen. Working together to prepare a family favourite or test out a new recipe provides a great learning opportunities – cooking is all … Continue reading

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Grilled Garlic Bread

I personally believe it should be a rule – maybe even a law – that every pasta meal should include garlic bread. I adore it, as does my family. Recent oven troubles led me to try making it on the … Continue reading

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Fantastic French Onion Soup

I tinkered with this recipe for quite a while; it’s now the only one I’ll ever use. Cubing the bread instead of laying a whole slice on top of the soup makes it much easier to eat, as well as … Continue reading

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