This is what you need to make tonight for Thanksgiving. First, Bonnie Stern had a stuffing recipe up for Rosh Hashannah, and it seemed like a waste to stuff turkey breasts with it. You have to cut open all the breasts and you can never get enough of the delicious filling in … [Read more...] about Chocolate Sourdough and Dried Apricot, Fig, Date, Cranberry, and Apple Turkey Stuffing
I was biking in heels and a gold scarf the other day. Maybe not such a common occurence in Montreal. You see a lot of men in suits but women in heels? And it was a Thursday afternoon and I was in NDG - not exactly the financial district of the city. I'm used to not paying … [Read more...] about Much More a Missus Than a Mrs.
With all those gorgeous tomatoes this week it's time to make one of three things: 1. Bruschetta 2. Gazpacho 3. Tomato Sauce This is a creamy pasta sauce that's almost a combination of the three - it's cool (perfect for hotter months), it's creamy and rich, and it's almost an … [Read more...] about Raw Tomato Cream Sauce and Tomato Bruschetta
This week on CKUT radio I spoke with Lauren-Jane Heller on healthy eating for the family and for the soul. We weren't talking soul food or salad, though. Instead we're talking about devil kids on sugar highs and mediocre vegetarian restaurants that survive on healthy food … [Read more...] about How to Fail at New Years Resolutions: Food Vice and “Healthy” Eating
My article on local heart-healthy caterer Joann Willes and her weekly newsletter/menu (the "seekrit list") is in the Montreal Gazette today. It's also up on their website, so check it out here, then please leave a comment and feel free to share it on facebook or twitter or … [Read more...] about I’m in the Montreal Gazette: “Montreal caterer has food ‘seekrit’ that keeps spreading”