Cinco de Mayo | Azteca Bisque

Cinco de Mayo has a unique story, and blends two of MY favorite cuisines – Mexican + French! So I decided to make a Fusion Dish and it turned out AMAZING! What is Cinco de Mayo about? While many people think Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Independance from Spain, that date is actually…

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5-Week Series on Rosé All May | Week One

Join Alison Kent of the Home Kitchen and Barb Wild of Good Wine Gal as they explore the world of Rosé Wines throughout the Month of May over this 5-week Series!

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COOKBOOKS | A Rising Tide Review

‘A Rising Tide’ by DL Acken & Emily Lycopolus is a cookbook of recipes & stories from Canada’s Atlantic Coast. I was honored to receive an early copy to sift through and review! Being a West Coast gal I haven’t ventured beyond Quebec – yet. The growing food scene on the East Coast, with their…

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tuesdays for tea | 21.03.09

A monthly chat over a cuppa tea! So, what’s new with you?? A week late, but never too late. Things are just crazy around here this past week! AND IT’S JUST TUESDAY! How’s things with you?! I’ve been substituting SOME of my evening wine drinking with teas, so here’s this evenings tea, a simple decaf…

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Appliance Decisions | IGTV with Stephan Byns

Wondering where to start when looking into appliances for your new or renovated Kitchen? Listen in as Stephan Byns of Midland Appliances and I discuss the basics. HELP! You’re in the market for new Appliances for your Home Kitchen – now what?!With over 500 manufacturers of everything from standard fridges to specialty appliances you may…

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ELEVATE | Why Eat or Entertain with Linens?

We eat around 3 meals a day, not including snack time, and for most of us – especially now during COVID – that means around 800 of our 1100 eating episodes are spent at a table of sorts. Whether we entertain for one or for the masses, the sometimes sloppy work of putting food in…

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Food Fatigue…

It’s a thing. For people who cook and eat for a living, food fatigue can be real. But you still have to eat, so what to do? Return to the classics. When I’m just BEAT… I’m tired! Compounded with January ‘blah’s’, general fatigue, COVID fatigue, cooking fatigue, quarantine fatigue… Ugh. I barely care what I…

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tuesdays for tea | 21.02.02

A monthly chat over a cuppa tea! So, what’s new with you?? I had a ‘Mom Blog’ AGES ago – having left it now almost 12 years – and every Tuesday I would just post whatever was on my mind. Musings. Thoughts. Conversations. And yes – TWO-way conversations! I had a pack of faithful followers…

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And on it Goes …

I haven’t posted HERE in a bit, yet never fear – I’ve been fervently working everywhere else! So much happening, all over the place – it’s time for a catch-up. Busy as a little Bee… HEY to all the NEW PEEPS here to hang out in my Kitchen these days! If you’re newer, you might…

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Classic Centerpieces | Holiday Decorating with Food

Did you know there are SO MANY ways you can decorate for the Holidays using Food that AREN’T weird little marshmallow snowmen?! Check out my 2020 Centerpiece and let me know which ones you would try! It was surprisingly difficult to find inspiration on the interwebs on NICE and CLASSY ways to decorate a table…

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