Up until a few months ago, had you asked me if I was a feminist, I would have, without hesitation, replied that of course I was for women and men having equal rights. I’ve always identified myself as liberal. And then it happened. Honestly, it was an internet rabbit hole. One thing lead to another and… Continue reading An Unpopular Opinion – Swallowing the red pill.
I was very recently tasked with baking a tourtiere, a French-Canadian meat pie. (And by very recently, I mean like, it’s in the oven as I am typing.) It’s been 20 years since I’ve tasted meat and cooking it always involves a lesson in trust. Because it’s been so long since I’ve eaten meat, I’ve… Continue reading The tourtiere.
For the first time in perhaps my entire life, I am embracing the idea of holiday baking. I’ve always said that I’m a better cook than a baker (and it’s true – I lack that certain je n’ais se quoi that most bakers seem to instinctively have) but for some unknown reason (I’ll blame Christmas), I’ve… Continue reading Holiday Baking.
It’s no surprise that I enjoy cooking and as a result, it’s probably no surprise to anyone that I enjoy cooking for others. It’s a long running joke that I basically push food on people like a grandmother would; the only difference being that I don’t have all the wrinkles (yet). So, it’s probably also no… Continue reading 7 Tips for Bringing Meals to Others
I am so excited to finally put this together! It’s a weekly house cleaning schedule that I’m hoping gives us some routines that we can stick to so that house work doesn’t pile up or feel overwhelming at any point during the week. I’ve been searching for one for weeks now but everything I found… Continue reading Weekly House Cleaning Schedule