This post is probably well overdue. If you've been following me for a while then you probably remember that I did a 35 day no-buy stint from May-July last year and truth be told, I am on a food no-buy right now as well. Yep. It's been seven days since I last bought food, and no signs [...]
Hey guys! This recipe is actually a slight switchup of one by the late, great King of Soups Ken Kostick. It's on page 154 of his book Ken's Soup Crazy which you can apparently still get new through Abe Books, the only version of it that I found was $170 (WHAT), but you can buy [...]
Tis the season for gatherings, right? Usually I love to bring a hostess a gift from the kitchen, something to make their life easier in the days after they're nice enough to host me at their place, but sometimes a gift from the kitchen just isn't as appropriate (or you're just out of time!) and a bought gift will have to be the way to go. When situations like that turn up, I try to focus on things that are super affordable and readily usable. Things like barware, festive napkins, hot chocolate assortments, or artisan food items are affordable go-to's that are a small enough gift to not break the bank, but personal enough to wrap up one or two items and have your host or hostess feel special.
Hey guys! Since summer is over here in Edmonton, and it's been snowing/trying to snow the past while, I thought now would be a good time to share a couple of easy ways to save fresh, delicious herbs to enjoy throughout the winter before you can't find them as easily at markets and the grocery [...]