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    With the onset of the cooler weather, my mindset and appetite have made a definite shift from the usual summer fare to cravings for comfort food. While each person's definition of comfort food may be different, it's pretty hard to ignore the satisfaction factor of potatoes and cheese. That's why...
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    If you've spent any modicum of time with me, you will know that I am an unabashed carnivore. You'd be hard pressed to find me turning down a nicely grilled steak. Or bacon. Or chicken wings. Or bacon. You get the picture. But with the return of the warmer weather, I am starting to gravitate...
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    There is something that is unspeakably satisfying about making bread. The smell of the yeast, the push back from the dough beneath your hands as it develops, the way the motions force you to take the time... The give and take of the whole process. We had these for lunch today and Baby E enjoyed...
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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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    Just a short one... I had a weeknight hankering for some crispy fish but wasn't about to break out the deep fryer. Actually, I don't even own one... Anyway. I used basa fillets because that's what I had, but you can use any fish you fancy. This method is gluten free, healthy, and satisfying...
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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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    I understand your skepticism, but a gluten-free flatbread recipe with no yeast, eggs, soy, or dairy can taste good! This gluten-free flatbread recipe has no yeast, eggs, soy, or dairy in it. Yup. You heard me right. I was a bit worried at first too. But with being advised to experiment with...
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    D and I recently had an amazing (awe-invoking, happy-dance-inspiring, we-are-still-talking-about-it-it-was-that-good) dinner at La Quercia in Vancouver to celebrate our wedding anniversary. It's been three years already?! Crazy. We had the 7 course family-style menu, which runs $50 per person...
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