New Site Design!


  Well if you are here it means you’ve noticed the new site design! I have been contemplating change for over a year. I really struggled with finding the perfect design, but I didn’t know what it was and I didn’t know how to get there. In the end I realized I should take the approach that I do with life.   It doesn’t have to be perfect, simply better.   So here is my better site and I’ve been so excited >

A Day at the Abattoir

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Prince Edward Island, Canada It’s one thing to say bacon is magic and swoon over the deliciousness of pork, but it’s another to view the full process of the delicacy. Today I did something I’ve always felt I needed to do but hadn’t had the opportunity.   I watched a pig die.   MacQuarries Meat is the last small abattoir in Prince Edward Island and has been a family business for over a century. It is also one of Chef >

Whore Pasta: Spaghetti Puttanesca

spaghetti puttanesca

Toronto, Canada I’m a lucky girl. While many people who date chefs have fantasies of gourmet meals every night, they are soon shocked into the icy reality that many chefs do not cook at home. Fortunately, that’s not true for Chef Rouge. While he is only ever home before midnight 2 days a week, he does cook on his days off. His passion for food is as ever present as my appetite and so I was surprised when he told >

Where to Drink Craft Beer in Toronto

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Toronto, Canada The craft beer scene in Toronto is growing rapidly with new small breweries popping up all the time. But craft beer in Toronto hasn’t always been popular, who knows why we’ve been so content to drink generic flavoured brew but we didn’t developed >

Pok Pok’s Thai Pork Ribs

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Toronto, Ontario The weekend started innocently enough. Chef Rouge took out ribless pork ribs with plans to cook them, but he’s been busy lately at the restaurant I decided to make Thai pork ribs and pulled out Andy Ricker’s Pok Pok cookbook. I had hoped to eat >