The first time I tried risotto, I didn’t know what I was eating. That’s mainly because the restaurant was pitch black (check out O.Noir if you haven’t been there yet). My other senses were heighted and I found that the … Continued
This past weekend I went to St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market for the first time. Boy, have I been missing out! I bought some delicious, locally-grown produce, including a basket of juicy peaches.
Since I don’t have a large family living with me, it’s a tad difficult to go through fresh fruits and vegetables without having them go rotten (there’s only so many peaches a girl can eat). So in order to finish off the few that were left I decided to bake a small peach cobbler. … CONTINUE READING
This Thai-inspired meal takes only 20 minutes to make. With the presence of extra-lean ground chicken and crunchy iceberg lettuce, these Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps are definitely light on calories and heavy on flavour! … CONTINUE READING
When I took on this cannelé-making project*, I had no idea how much effort it would involve. From research, to sourcing out materials like beeswax and copper molds, to experimenting with the actual baking process… It was quite the task, … Continued