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Balls Out Birthday Bash and Curried Fish Balls Recipe

I have a very special friend, best known as el @Sickaction. He has an obsession with balls. He relentlessly interjects the subject of “balls” into any conversation, particularly during inappropriate dining occasions. On Thanksgiving last year, I gave him his very own pair of goat testicles (but that’s for another post).
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Poblano and spring onion quinoa salad recipe with avocado and grilled corn

This salad is a medley of flavours and textures that screams “Summer”. It pairs best with… lots and lots of tequila.
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Mango Salsa Recipe and How to Choose and Carve a Pineapple

Gracing tables at picnics, potlucks, or barbeques, this sunny summer salsa is always a hit.  This non-recipe is effortless to make too. Save slaving away in the kitchen for Thanksgiving. After all, it’s summer summer summer time.
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Watermelon Salad with Grilled Corn, Olives, and Goat Cheese Recipe

Juicy, sugary, and dribbly, watermelon is the ultimate fruit to feed a crowd with during summer parties. As lovable as they are when simply sliced up at a picnic or barbecue, this versatile fruit can
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Rainbow Glass Noodle Salad Recipe

As predicted, I was scrambling around on the night before I fly to Paris. In preparation, I made a quick noodle salad the day before so I could focus on the frenzy at hand.
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Kabocha Chestnut Pomegranate Recipe: Encapsulating Autumn

The scent of Pumpkin Baked-Goods is swirling in the air again! These charming creations make me jealous because…
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Giveaway! Win Keller’s “Ad Hoc” Cookbook + Comfort Food Recipe

3 winners are announced! Thanks for the participation and look out for more giveaways soon. WHAT THE HECK!? Thomas Keller’s new cookbook Ad Hoc at Home, once scheduled to release in mid- November, is sneakily in stock now on Amazon. I’m eagerly awaiting my copy in the mail…wee!!
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Grilled Corn and Chili Lime Soup Recipe: Salute, Summer Market

I’m reminded time and again of how fortunate I am to be surrounded by an abundance of fresh, local produce in Vancouver. Utterly. Undoubtedly. Grateful. Granted, fresh farm produce is not readily available year-round and does come at a cost.
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