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    I love steak. And chicken. And bacon. Did I mention that I love bacon? You're probably wondering why someone who has very clear carnivorous obsessions tendencies would be posting about chickpeas. You couldn't get anything further removed from a steak than this humble legume. But these easy...
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    This easy delicious cupcake frosting can be flavoured with a variety of things, from chocolate to zest to herbs. The possibilities and combinations are only limited by your imagination! There are many ways to adorn a cupcake, from ganache to whipped cream to glaze to sprinkles to nothing at all...
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    When you've got more (very) ripe peaches than you should eat in one sitting, it's the perfect time to make this easy gluten-free peach crisp! With oats, brown rice flour, blueberries, and a sprinkle of nutmeg, this easy peach crisp is the epitome of summer. In our house, summer is a time for...
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    Meatloaf just doesn't get any respect. It has never been able to rise above the ranks of "home cooked meal." While other comfort foods such as mashed potatoes and mac and cheese have found their ways onto all but the most snobbish of menus, meatloaf hasn't made many inroads. Sure, it has seen...
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    We bought an organic butternut squash about a week ago and I wasn't able to decide what to do with it until today. A long time ago, I watched David Rocco make butternut squash gnuddi (is that the right spelling???) with a hardcore Italian nona on his show and it just looked so good and so...
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    Short ribs are delicious. They take a bit more work than a steak, but there is so much flavour that it's totally worth it. If you don't know what short ribs are, you can take a look at this site for a quick and dirty explanation. short ribs do best when cooked low and slow and in some sort of...
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    I usually make a flavoured butter and stuff it under the skin of the breast and rub it all over the chicken before roasting. This time around, I felt like chicken with a bit more of a kick... I thought, wait a minute, why don't I try doing a barbeque chicken in the oven? I had some barbeque...
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    This doesn't look like much, I know, but it sure was satisfying. I started by dredging some chicken in a mixture of brown rice flour, salt, and pepper and browning them in my Dutch oven. Once they were browned, I removed them from the pot and sautéed some onions and garlic in the remaining...
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    Of all the meal genres out there, (yes, I called them genres...breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert...they each have their own distinct form and style) brunch holds a special place in my heart. This morning I finally got a chance to visit Fable Kitchen in Kitsilano. The last time I tried to visit...
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    So I'm starting back at work this week and it's already been quite the adjustment. I think Baby E has been dealing with it better than I am... Just a quick post for now about my kitchen frenzy the day before going back to work. Being in the kitchen and making this with my hands calms me, and I...
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