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Moroccan Couscous & Charred Chicken

I’m back again with another recipe that was made at our cottage during my break. This is one of the most colourful dinners I have ever made. The pistachios, couscous, pomegranate and cilantro add amazing hits of color. It’s a work … Continue reading

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Rooibos Tea Ice Cream

Our family swears by Rooibos tea. The caffeine free tea has too many health benefits to count! When combined with loads of sugar and cream, these advantages are essentially lost — but that’s the point of ice cream anyway, right?! Coming … Continue reading

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Chocolate Macarons

Okay…I might have said last Sunday that I was going to post a new recipe using chia seeds today…but chocolate macarons are so much better, right?! This photo was taken, believe it or not, two summers ago! I don’t know … Continue reading

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Super Easy Chia Seed Pudding

After a month, I am back. I know it’s been a while, but I have a great recipe to make it up to you: a SUPER easy chia seed pudding. I’m obsessed with cooking shows. I can’t deny it. I … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Cards

I think Valentine’s might just be my favourite holiday (excluding Christmas, of course). Some may call it a cliché or “Hallmark holiday”, but I like to think of it as the opposite. Even though I tell the important people in … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

This post is long overdue! I made these cookies…hmm…around Thanksgiving, I think. I had some leftover pumpkin puree and for some reason felt I HAD to use it up or the world would end. Dramatic, I know, but I am very happy … Continue reading

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DIY Heating Pad

December is the month of DIYs (for me at least!). Here’s another great crafting project for these last few weeks before Christmas. These heating pads are the nicest thing to snuggle up with on a chilly night, and now that … Continue reading

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Crocheted Ear Warmers

It’s that time of year! The time where all of us DIYers get on Pinterest and Craftgawker, and search for holiday gift ideas. I know not everyone crochets, but it is surprisingly very easy! I only started 3 weeks ago. … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pull-Apart Bread

“…It was super fun to pull it apart and stuff! I really liked that part!” – Carissa You heard it. Carissa never lies. This recipe takes a pretty long time, but it is worth it! I thought I’d post this … Continue reading

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How to Make the Perfect London Fog

Ever heard of a London Fog latte? If you haven’t, it’s about time you tried one! Being the tea fanatic I am, I have had one too many of these delicious drinks. Back home when I had a free period … Continue reading

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