I was at a birthday party this summer where some talented gal made Peaches and Cream Cupcakes…they were to die for! Of course, living in the Okanagan I will take any chance I can get to use fruit in a recipe. It was my inspiration for making these cupcakes.
I am 100% convinced that life simply can’t get any busier. Which is why I LOVE meals that can be easily whipped up without having to compromise on nutrition! Who’s in? One of the absolute easiest ways to jazz up a meal is by topping a plain dish with salsa. Now, I’m not talking about the salsa out of a … View The Post
Back in university I used to eat the same thing for breakfast EVERY day: a bowl of cereal. Sure, the cereal choice would change a bit, or I would add some fruit to it, but there wasn’t a lot of variety. While I still love a good bowl of cereal, I find that my breakfast, and every other meal, changes … View The Post
As a new mom of two boys, I now ‘get it’. I finally understand what my friends were saying when they told me that having one kid is like having a pet, but two is like having a zoo. I could write a whole post about this new experience of being pulled in opposite directions but I won’t digress; I’m … View The Post
We had the best time at the cabin picking Saskatoon berries this summer. It’s one of the things that I most look forward to up there, there’s something so therapeutic and simple about gathering your own food. Now that Charlie is bigger he joined me and my Dad in the adventure and loved it. I’m pretty sure more of the … View The Post
Pizza is our ABSOLUTE favourite food for entertaining guests – you simply can’t be uptight with pizza on the menu! We usually prepare a number of different toppings and everyone takes their turn creating their own unique pizza for the group to share (and vote for of course, we’re a competitive bunch)!
Piles of fresh summer fruit are wrapped in perfectly flaky pastry in this rustic, simple but impressive fruit galette. The pie crust recipe makes enough for two galettes, so double the fruit filling if you want to make two. Otherwise the crust freezes really nicely for up to a month when packed in a plastic resealable bag.
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