Food, Link Ups

What’s On Your Plate – October – Mini-Cheesecakes

Deny it as I may, the Northern Hemisphere has firmly slid into autumn. With that, I've found myself craving casual, carefree, comfort foods that are quick and painless to prepare. These longings don't end at the main course but include desserts (especially ones that are company-impressive, without the drama). Enter 3-Step Mini Cheesecakes. Topped with… Continue reading What’s On Your Plate – October – Mini-Cheesecakes

Books, Food, Link Ups

Reminder: What’s On Your Plate and What’s On Your Bookshelf — Coming Soon!

'What's On Your Plate' will go live tomorrow (Wednesday, October 6). Deb and I would love for you to join us and share a dish (or two) that you have enjoyed this past month (regardless of who made it). You can share in the comments, in a blog post, on Instagram or in any way that you… Continue reading Reminder: What’s On Your Plate and What’s On Your Bookshelf — Coming Soon!

Food, Friendship

What’s On Your Plate? The Friendship Edition.

If you have followed my past few posts, you know that for me, the month of August has focussed on friendship. As friends often go hand-in-hand with sharing meals together, this has led to many food-related photographs (yup, even more than usual). Here's a small sample of what this past month looked like under that… Continue reading What’s On Your Plate? The Friendship Edition.

Food, Link Ups

What’s On Your Plate this August – Three Sisters Casserole with a Side of Bannock

The July/August edition of Chatelaine Magazine featured six recipes from female, Canadian, Indigenous chefs. The very first one looked simple, healthy and meatless -- urging me to give it a try. 'Three Sisters Casserole' is so named because of the traditional indigenous practice of growing squash, corn and beans together "with the cornstalks holding up… Continue reading What’s On Your Plate this August – Three Sisters Casserole with a Side of Bannock

Books, Food, Link Ups

A Reminder and An Introduction

This month's ‘What’s On Your Plate?’ will go live on Wednesday, August  4. My cohost, Deb, and I would love for you to join in. Let us know something that’s been on your plate this past month. It could be breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, dine-in or dine-out. You can share with a simple photo, a few words… Continue reading A Reminder and An Introduction

Food, Link Ups

What’s On Your Plate: Cantonese Noodles – 4 Ways!

Inspired by Janis's link-up recommending Hello Fresh, I decided to give them a try. I had always been curious about this type of meal service...and a tad skeptical. I had imagined too much package waste, too expensive, too much meat, too many calories and too similar to processed food. When our first box arrived, I… Continue reading What’s On Your Plate: Cantonese Noodles – 4 Ways!

Food, Link Ups

‘What’s on Your Plate – July Edition’ is Coming Soon!

This month’s ‘What’s On Your Plate’ will go live on Wednesday, July 7. Below are a few of my food photos from the last few weeks. (Yup, I'm that annoying person with a camera when others are trying to eat.) I am incredibly grateful that family and close friends are once again front and center in… Continue reading ‘What’s on Your Plate – July Edition’ is Coming Soon!

Food, Gratitude, Link Ups, Reflection

What’s On Your Plate — Bowl of Hope To Go

What's been on my plate recently: Vegetarian Minestrone Soup served in beautiful ceramic bowls. The soup was prepared by The Salvation Army (Parksville). The bowls were handmade and donated by The Arrowsmith Potters Guild. This was part of the Bowl of Hope To Go Virtual Fundraiser that recently took place on May 28, World Hunger… Continue reading What’s On Your Plate — Bowl of Hope To Go

Food, Link Ups

Reminder: What’s On Your Plate – May 5

The second 'What's On Your Plate' linkup will begin Wednesday, May 5. Deb and I would love for you to join us. Tell us about a dish that you have recently enjoyed (regardless of who made it). 😀 Write and link your own post or display on your choice of social media or simply leave… Continue reading Reminder: What’s On Your Plate – May 5