my first cooking video – so fun

my first cooking video – so fun

UPDATE: I love learning about video! Thank you so much for the ‘constructive’ criticism. During that miserable storm yesterday, I practiced editing. I was able to take my first cooking odyssey from over 15 minutes to 7. Unfortunately there’s nothing … Continue reading

wednesday at Michelle’s – my workshops

wednesday at Michelle’s – my workshops

UPDATE: The January workshops have SOLD OUT! Thank you so much for your interest. I’ll be posting information about February workshops soon… More than cooking, more than writing, more than taking photographs, I love to teach. Sharing what I know … Continue reading

a Victorian home at Chritmas time

a Victorian home at Chritmas time

To say that I’m excited about Christmas would be a colossal understatement. We haven’t had our three girls under the Christmas tree, at the same time, for a couple of years. This year our family will be together, and I … Continue reading

homemade limoncello

homemade limoncello

LAST UPDATE: Time to strain your limoncello and pour it into a decanter with a good seal. I keep mine in the freezer to keep it ice cold and syrupy. Enjoy! UPDATE: It’s time to add the simple syrup… Limoncello, the … Continue reading

top 10 food shots from summer 2014

top 10 food shots from summer 2014

Of the hundreds of shots that I took over the summer, these are my favourite. I love the way… the setting sun cast pink and coral undertones to our rhubarb al fresco. the early morning light kissed the top of our breakfast … Continue reading

granola breakfast bowls

granola breakfast bowls

I’m not much of a cereal eater. Fruit Loops would have been my go-to until I was well into my twenties. In fairness though, one box would last for months. During my pregnancy, nutrition became job one. When I found … Continue reading

blackberry vinegar drink

blackberry vinegar drink

Ever since I read the scene from Anne of Green Gables where Anne accidentally serves currant wine instead of raspberry cordial to her friend Diana, I’ve been fascinated with old fashion fruit libations. Beyond the hilarity of Anne trying to … Continue reading