The only #tbt I have access to today, so it’s what you get. But I think it’s appropriate. I was scheming something then, I’m scheming something now. #unsweetenedca
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As part of the work I’m doing with Cooking with CUTCO, they sent me a couple of their products to try out, and I was overjoyed when I saw the box contained CUTCO Super Shears.
Almost everyone I’ve spoken to about working with CUTCO raves about these kitchen shears. I even got into a deep discussion a [...]
Sure other people might spend their Thursday night Tapping That or watching this, but I’m going to get my thrills by selling wooden toys at the One of a Kind Craft Show tonight. Selling Thorpe Toys!
I love Thursday late night at One of a Kind, but selling until 11pm and the long drive back to Waterloo makes it a long day for the in-law [...]
Anticuchos are a Peruvian street food, grilled hot and fast, served with boiled potatoes, salad and corn, and made from beef heart.
Now before you get all squeamish, beef heart is a dark and richly flavourful cut of beef and it tastes like beef not offal. It is all lean muscle, which is good because all the heart does all day is work, so o [...]
In honour of our friends in the US, a little Thanksgiving #TBT – Thanksgiving Dinner on a Plane.
This is from 2009 when we we traveling on Thanksgiving so our dear friends packed us a feast from their groaning board before we caught a cab to the airport.
Tips For Thanksgiving Dinner on Plane
get your food portioned into multiple conta [...]
One of the best things about traveling in Canada by train or bus immediately after a snow storm is that it’s so pretty.
In fairness, it’s always pretty but the dusting of or piling of, fresh clean white snow makes everything look like it has been painstakingly crafted for a holiday special. But it’s not that commercial, it& [...]
“Don’t bother us, we’re having our tea”, says my mother as she and Travel Bunny enjoy a visit over lunch.
Today we lunched at a new spot Dim Sum Kingston.
Mom had the menu waiting by my chair to review when I arrived as one of the options for our dining adventures this visit.
We were pleasantly surprised by the food, [...]
Travel Bunny says: if you go to Kingston you have to go to the Hoagie House for a Cheesesteak Hoagie.
Not gluten-free, not dairy-free, not meat-free. But damn tasty!
And @TravelBunnyis25 says “an apple a day means the Doctor will play!” #savetheday @bbcdoctorwho #thedayofthedoctor #TravelBunny #unsweetenedca
I’m delighted to announce that Chef Chris McDonald is our next chef in the Chefs #LoveCDNbeef series.
Chris has been challenging Toronto’s expectations of food for years and I’m excited to share the how he taken to the Chefs #LoveCDNBeef challenge (but more on that soon.) Now it’s time to get to know Chef Chris McDonald.
A little throw back to the days when glasses were huge, hair had wings, and girl’s stuck school photos of their friends in photo albums. Circa 1980.
Made my first mug cake tonight.
Since Gerry is gluten and wheat-free these days, and we don’t eat a lot of homebaked goods these days. I’ve been checking these single-serving, craving-fixing mug cakes for a while now. But never really craved cake enough to bother.
Last night was a little different. I had some meyer lemons left o [...]
What a treat to open the door to find these Bauli treats after a long and somewhat trying weekend. Thanks Bauli Canada, I know what’s for coffee break today.
I’ve always looked at Bauli Panettone and Pandoro as magical boxes that show up at the stores before Xmas, since they aren’t really part of my Canadian/anglo/scots/aca [...]
While our city and it’s mayor are in the midst of a horrendous PR nightmare, there are two bright spots that crossed my desk this week. And they shine just a little brighter given crap that’s being flung around about Toronto.
We Are Toronto
We Are Toronto launched this week, I assume in direct response to the impressions the act [...]
Today Travel Bunny got into lots of harvesting fun. Herbs galore!