Garlic Scape Pesto

We keep growing the size of our garden but every year we wish it were just a bit bigger, and with more of our favourite things growing. It’s a good problem to have I suppose since there is room to expand. One of the staples for the last three years though is garlic. Admittedly I tried...

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Provençal Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a fruit I have a love hate relationship with. Whether it be pasta or pizza, I’ll always choose a cream base. But every so often, I come to admit that they have their place and they’re actually quite tasty. In the last couple years, I’ve even opted to buy cherry tomatoes, just to...

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Grandma’s little secret (sauce)

It’s been years since I’ve bought any kind of salad dressing, in fact, no one really does it here. Whenever I visit my parents, my mom always asks me to whip something up because I feel relatively comfortable doing so. It makes me laugh because she’s the one who got me onto homemade dressings to begin...

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Coconut Pot de Creme with a Raspberry Coulis

Have you ever opened a fridge and it just looks like a bachelors fridge? You know… the one that has pickles, some beer and a couple stray items here and there. Well when I first moved to France that’s how the fridge always felt and yet somehow my (now) husband could always whip something up...

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