Mother’s Day 2015: Broccoli Garlic Quiche

Last year, while I was pregnant with baby O, I decided that, in anticipation of the lack of time I would have for blogging, I should pre-write some posts so that I would have ones prepared for holidays and special … Continue reading

Passover 2015: Beat the Pesach Blues

I find that, come the end of Passover, I’ve either exhausted all possible meal combinations and no longer want to ingest anything that isn’t fruits or veggies, or, in the 11th hour, I think of all the things I should have … Continue reading

Back in Business: Eat your vegetables!

There has been a bit of a break in my kitchen since the beginning of September, as Jay and I welcomed our beautiful daughter.  Now that we’ve settled into having a newborn at home (ha!), I’ve returned to the kitchen … Continue reading

Mission Possible: Gastropost’s Grilling Challenge

I was recently asked to become a member of Gastropost, and after sharing my first food post last week, I was featured on their website! One of the nice things about Gastropost (aside from seeing all the great food pictures) … Continue reading

Mother’s Day 2014: Easy Baked Fettuccine

If you’ve spent the last few days frantically googling new recipes appropriate for a Mother’s Day brunch, lunch or dinner, you’re definitely not alone. There are only so many times you can serve bagels and cream cheese, or host a … Continue reading

Passover 2014: Creamy Mushroom “Risotto”

If you haven’t yet become totally disgusted with the “wide” array of kosher for Passover food yet, chances are you’re just about to hit your breaking point, and we’re only five days in. We haven’t even gone through one full … Continue reading

This is not (an April Fool’s) Joke: Red Pepper Rosé

The social media world has been a wonderful thing for my dinner repertoire. Even though I own probably 40 cookbooks, the best recipes I make have come from variations on Pinterest favourites, Google searches and most recently, Instagram. Following famous … Continue reading