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Everytime we go away, I make sure there is enough food in the house for the kids to eat. Mostly I cook meals in advance for them to reheat, but I also leave them ingredients to prepare for themselves, should they have the urge. Items like eggs, milk, rice and fruits are staples in our house and generally disappear very quickly. Such was the case when we came back from our last… Read More

It was our son’s 19th birthday a couple of weeks ago. The family tradition is to order KFC and gorge on fried chicken by the bucket load. Well, the kids do anyway, while the rest of us always look forward to the alternative menu. Not that it is necessarily lighter, it just offers something other than deep fried! Marc’s “plan B” was to have Mexican food, which we were all happy to… Read More

It is Easter week and I have been busy baking sweets in anticipation of a Good Friday gathering ( I am in charge of desserts). Craving for anything savoury and looking for inspiration for a lamb dinner, I came across this post, pre-blog, which brought me back to our Mexican days and some of our best culinary adventures. Here is a story from the vault! March 2013 This is the week before… Read More

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