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Spanobeetikas!

Yes, that’s what it says–spanobeetikas, meaning lovely little pockets of carrots, beets, and spinach in phyllo pastry (otherwise known as a super awesome way to use your root veg in the wintertime). The recipe came about because I’ve had a … Continue reading

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Soup’s on Sundays!

Well friends, it’s come to that time of the year again–that’s right, winter. And with winter comes the season for soup! Now, Nicole would argue that soup is an all-season dish, and I suppose she’s right. I like a good, … Continue reading

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Good and Cheap (potentially the most amazing cookbook ever)

So, this evening, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, when I found this: the story of the most amazing cookbook ever. According to her website, foodstudies scholar Leanne Brown created the cookbook Good and Cheap to be a useful, use-able and beautiful … Continue reading

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The Maritime Cookbook, 1939

We learned the art of cooking long ago Down in the land of loveliness beside The sea, where peace and beauty wander hand In hand, and home means hospitality. Our favourite recipes are golden keys To rolling meadows, heartfast with … Continue reading

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Winter Market Salad time!

I realize that this post title is perhaps just a little bit early, but if you live in the Northern Hemisphere and you’re like me, you’ve already started to dig into all those lovely vegetables you’ll be eating all winter–carrots, squash, potatoes, brussels … Continue reading

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{recipe} Upside-down Maple Apple Tart

Originally posted on from scratch club:
Growing up in Brazil, I gleaned with my family for food post harvest, scouring the countryside for fruits and vegetable that might otherwise go to waste. As a cook and an artist, I find…

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Gettin’ all choked up (the adventures of homemade chokecherry liqueur)

Hi Folks! Sorry it’s been such a long time since I’ve posted–I was in England for awhile, and it’s taken some time to get back into the groove of work and just living on the North Shore again. But anyway, … Continue reading

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