Rye Cracker Stackers 4 Ways (And Developing a Healthy Relationship with Food)

I, like many other people (and particularly women), have a complicated relationship with food. On the one hand, enjoying a bowl of Mom’s mac and cheese, sampling all the foods at Food Cart Fest, and sharing plates of sushi (and feelings) with a good friend are some of my favourite things to do. But on the other hand,… Continue reading Rye Cracker Stackers 4 Ways (And Developing a Healthy Relationship with Food)

Yam Enchiladas with Easy Mole Sauce for Fair Trade Magazine

Despite what my sushi tattoo might suggest (yes, I have a happy sushi tattoo on my foot), sushi is not my favourite food. I mean, it is, but for all of its pros it has one giant con: you can’t eat it for breakfast. And when I say can’t, I mean that I totally have,… Continue reading Yam Enchiladas with Easy Mole Sauce for Fair Trade Magazine

Arugula Asiago Salad (for one!)

No, this isn’t a breakup post, I’m just at home alone for the night. Which made me remember one thing I truly miss about being single: cooking for one. I know many single people have the opposite complaint: that it’s expensive/boring/uninspiring to cook for one. But then maybe they’re just lonely. Whomp whomp. But I… Continue reading Arugula Asiago Salad (for one!)

Edmonton part deux: Heritage Days

Since Chris and I began dating, there is one thing he hasn’t been able to shut up about, and that thing is Heritage Days. Heritage Days, which is actually called Heritage Festival according to the internet, is a weekend-long cultural celebration featuring 60 pavilions representing over 85 countries. But mainly it’s about stuffing your face… Continue reading Edmonton part deux: Heritage Days