Posts Tagged "Honey"

Super Simple Paleo Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe & Cookbook Review

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 | 0 comments

Super Simple Paleo Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe & Cookbook Review

I do Crossfit.  I also love ice cream.  And the two never conflict with one another.  There’s a common misconception that all Crossfitters eat paleo.  While I have friends that are on paleo diet, and I enjoy entertaining the idea of it, sugar, dairy, and wheat make up the foundation of my dietary pleasures. 

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Farm to Fork Travel on BC’s Circle Farm Tour

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 | 5 comments

Farm to Fork Travel on BC’s Circle Farm Tour

Sure, we talk about farm-to-fork dining but do we ever walk the walk?  I’ll be first to admit that I’ve never done any farm work in my life. Try to contain your shock.  I am, however, a firm believe that meeting the people behind my food makes it taste better.

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Roasted fennel and kabocha vegetable salad in balsamic mustard vinaigrette recipe

Posted by on Feb 7, 2011 | 21 comments

Roasted fennel and kabocha vegetable salad in balsamic mustard vinaigrette recipe

This is a potluck recipe request from an auntie that I love dearly.

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Honey Roasted Figs and Toasted Pecans on Ice Cream Recipe

Posted by on Nov 25, 2010 | 5 comments

Honey Roasted Figs and Toasted Pecans on Ice Cream Recipe

For me, ice cream exists for the purpose of melting over warm desserts to create a contrasting coating of sticky sweetness.

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Keep Calm and Eat Dessert – 2 Quick Emergency Recipes

Posted by on Apr 9, 2010 | 18 comments

Keep Calm and Eat Dessert – 2 Quick Emergency Recipes

Define “emergency”. Is one ever in dire need of dessert?

Sugarholics may argue “yes” and I am, of course, one of them. Here are some situations off the top of my head where throwing together an emergency dessert is necessary.

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Marseille: Secret Fig Marmalade Recipe

Posted by on Nov 30, 2009 | 35 comments

Marseille: Secret Fig Marmalade Recipe

I took a short train ride to Marseille in the South of France as a breather from bustling Paris. The balmy and humid Mediterranean air welcomed me. Whilst wandering around, its prominent Italian and Greek influences became quickly apparent.

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