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

Chicken jellyfish slaw

Have you ever been overcome with jealousy while at the library? Happened to me just this week. I was sitting at a study table, innocently leafing through my gigantic dictionaries

Crazy for Cranberries

I may have mentioned that I enjoy food festivals. Now if you’re of the urban persuasion, you may be thinking I’m talking about a Food & Wine Expo. Or maybe

When hemp gives you the munchies… Sweet chili lime shrimp salad

Apologies for not blogging for a while, friends! I don’t know what’s with me these days. My husband and I are nearing the end of Breaking Bad (the show, not

Wheaten is good eatin’

I nearly left the apostrophe out of this post’s title, but then I just couldn’t do it.¬†Because that would be wrong. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here is a picture that

It’s Joanna’s virtual shower! And a bunch of dangerous baby foods!

Today’s post is an extra special one. You see, my Internet friends, Joanna and her husband Mike from way on over there at http://midwesternbite.com/, are expecting a baby. So sweetheart

Who knows? A giveaway!

So here’s a first. My loyal fans¬†know I cook weird stuff. I find it, slay it (or at least charge it, usually with the “tap,” if you must know), research