Recipes – Storytelling – Delicious Photos

June 18, 2015
by sarah
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Summer Time Salad

Aren’t summer evenings beautiful? I was clicking through the archives looking for a good recipe to re-post and I came across this one. Not only is it delicious, but the picture grabbed my attention. I love, love, love the long … Continue reading

May 9, 2015
by sarah
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Smoked Tomato Caesars

  I’m such a sucker for smoked foods. Nuts, cheese, meat, fish, if it’s been cooked over fire or better yet treated to a woodsmoke sauna and fully indoctrinated with smoky goodness, I want to eat it. So you might … Continue reading

September 6, 2014
by sarah
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some assembly required

How is it possible that we are in the second week of September already? Here in Vancouver that doesn’t quite mean that summer is over in terms of warm weather but it does mean that the pace and timing of … Continue reading

April 27, 2014
by sarah
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Asparagus Tart

Creativity is a funny thing. It seems, so often, to have a mind of its own, like a wild creature you can’t pin down and even if you bait it with inspiration and woo it with promises of productivity it … Continue reading

November 21, 2013
by sarah
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Green Olive and Roasted Artichoke Tapenade

Time for a confession – and I hope this doesn’t make you scroll past this recipe, because it’s good, I promise – it used to be that every time I would hear the word “tapenade” or I see it at … Continue reading

November 17, 2013
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Pumpkin Coconut Soup

  Something odd has happened lately: all I want to eat is Asian influenced dishes. Growing up in Vancouver this isn’t wildly surprising since examples of excellent food from every imaginable Asian locale is available. I have sushi on the … Continue reading

September 22, 2013
by sarah
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End of Summer Salad

This one’s a quickie … both a quick post and  a quick salad to make (it will disappear just as quickly). I was trying to think of a poetic analogy for this salad, a winsome bit of prose for you, … Continue reading