The Ultimate Gingerbread Recipe

Anyone remember Mrs. Fields? Well of course we all know the famous Mrs. Field’s Cookies in the mall but have you ever baked anything from her books back in the day? Several years ago when I was a small child I had some money that a relative gave me. Most of the time I saved… Continue reading The Ultimate Gingerbread Recipe

Bobbette & Belle Cookbook Review

I am absolutely dessert obsessed. When this gorgeous cookbook arrived at my doorstep, (Thank you Penguin Random House for generously sending it over in exchange for a review!) I was absolutely thrilled! Needless to say I had it all tabbed up with my favourites within minutes. French-inspired pastry shop Bobbette & Belle based in Toronto,… Continue reading Bobbette & Belle Cookbook Review

“Sugar” By Anna Olson Cookbook Review

I absolutely love Anna Olson. I used to watch her religiously prior to Food Network changing the programming. She used to be on regularly in the mornings and I would always be looking up the recipes she recreated on her shows. I also was lucky enough to meet her in person a couple years back… Continue reading “Sugar” By Anna Olson Cookbook Review

“Alice Eats: A Wonderland Cookbook” Review

I am a lover of all things Disney. I have a massive cabinet filled with Disney snow globes of all characters and every Disney DVD that has ever been released. When I noticed this adorable cookbook combined with the classic literature of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland I knew I had to get my hands… Continue reading “Alice Eats: A Wonderland Cookbook” Review

“Per la famiglia” Cookbook Review

  “The recipes in this book represent a love of food and family”, author Emily Richards writes in her new cookbook “Per la famiglia” and I couldn’t agree more. In this cookbook, Emily lets us into her heart and her home and shares with us her most treasured family recipes. I come from a Southern… Continue reading “Per la famiglia” Cookbook Review

“3 Times a Day” Cookbook Review

“3 times a day” is written by Marilou and Alexandre Champagne, a husband and wife team who are also the creators of a blog called “Trois Fois Par Jour”. Marilou created this blog after overcoming a recent battle with anorexia in which she named her blog after eating 3 meals a day. Alexandre has a… Continue reading “3 Times a Day” Cookbook Review

Hungarian Pepper & Tomato Stew

My husband is half Hungarian and his father makes the best Hungarian stew I’ve ever had. We have tried to replicate it but it never tastes as good. ..until one day his brother returned from a trip to Hungary with a fantastic little Hungarian recipe book for us. We decided to try the pepper and… Continue reading Hungarian Pepper & Tomato Stew