Irish vs. Canadian Wheaten Bread

Now in my last post, which was ages ago, I left you with a teaser for my next post. There was some drama that happened with the … dried bugs

Who dat (udad) flour and protein bread

Well, it’s stupid January. Do you know why I hate January? Because I like the gym. Yes, I’m a regular gym-goer who spins all summer and pops in for a

Pesto is Best-o

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but winter is coming. And do you know what? If Jon Snow won’t be there, I’ll stick with summer, thanks. Mmmm, Jon Snooo-owehh. Do

Flat beans and cans (not flat cans)

Oh, how I do love Googlable headings. SEO genius, right here. I am still romanced by weird foods and techniques on a regular basis, even though I don’t get a

Sourpus apricots

Well, it’s been a busy summer. I haven’t been doing a whole lot of writing, and I haven’t been doing a whole lot of cooking. But I’ve missed you, Internet

Here fishy fishy

So last night I did something I’ve never done before. I took a cooking class! Here’s where the sarcastic folks in the crowd chime in with “it’s about time.” And

Breadfruit. Not bread. May be fruit. But not fruity

This post is the first in a series of three: Big odd green things I found at the grocery store this week. Big odd green thing #1: Breadfruit. You know

Pink pumpkins

Today’s post is a tribute to my friend Joanna at Midwesternbite. If I remember correctly, Joanna feels that (a) There is far too much pumpkin madness in the fall in

Bee-ing healthy again — Bee Pollen Oat Squares

Well, the airplanes breaking the sound barrier over my house right now tell me that it’s back-to-school time once again. You see, for two weeks each year, Toronto hosts the

A knack for sumac

After a family day of skiing and lazing around at the cottage, my family members had built up quite a thirst. (That’s my little guy who’s only four. His board-sport