It always takes me a while (and sometimes years) to get around to posting a recipe on the blog. So it is perhaps lucky that Canadian Thanksgiving comes about a month before that of our neighbours in the south so I can leisurely post thematically-related recipes that appear quite timely.
I have, perhaps, lamented the annual fall beet harvest before, where we are routinely overwhelmed with a last minute deluge of beets prompted by the first frost. But the problem dubious blessing about growing your own beets is that you also end up with triple the volume in beet greens. And so after we’ve had … Continue reading beet green pasqualina
In late summer and fall, leafy green flowers dangle from the vines of the hop plant. They look an awful lot like pinecones, and also a bit like floral armadillos. When crushed, they leave the scents of citrus and pine on your fingers. I don’t know what sort of nature-channel-style I’m attempting to write in, … Continue reading hopped orange & vanilla ice cream
It would feel remiss to post and not to touch on the US election. While I’m not American, the intensity of Canadian news coverage of American elections always eclipses that of even our own elections – this year in particular for good reason. But most of all, I think we’re all wishing for our neighbours … Continue reading apple tatin brioche
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