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    I just had an awesome visit with my friends Sarah, Rosa, and Felicia today. Needless to say, I left Baby E at home with daddy. That's the only way I get a chance to actually engage in any degree of conversation these days. Sarah was kind enough to host, so I offered to bring some goodies to...
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    So, remember when I made ribs here and then the time before that here? Well, it looks like we've become a bit of a rib house in the last little while. I ran across this recipe for sticky Asian ribs in my newsfeed a while back from Apple of My Eye and I couldn't get them out of my head. They...
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    D had brought home a pack of side ribs (with breast bone in) from the store the other day. He loves ribs. He really does. So while E and D were napping (something which I probably also should have been doing) I got to work. If you've seen my previous post on my sticky and saucy Barbeque Ribs...
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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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    You're probably thinking, "Whoa, what?! Raw kale??!! You must be kidding!" But trust me, you won't be sorry. I first had this kind of salad at Whole Foods (they're terrible, aren't they??) and I had to try my own take on it. Especially since it kind of cost an arm and a leg for a tiny container...
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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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    So remember how I was talking about wanting a pasta machine? I was just gifted one a couple of weeks ago! That's one of the wonderful things about being a part of a large family... There's always someone, an Aunty, in this case, who is able to help out or has just the thing you need (or...
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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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    I've been experimenting with pork ribs lately so I thought I would share this simple St. Louis style barbecue ribs recipe. It really is more of a method than a recipe, which follows with the way I tend to cook. It was a bit of a mad dash to get this stuff ready for our guests so I don't have...
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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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