Crisp and Creamy Veggie Galette

Last week, we had some friends over for dinner, and until a few hours before they arrived, I hadn’t decided what to make. We were very low on groceries save for a few stray veggies and I didn’t want to schlep to the grocery store, or spend extra money buying ingredients at the corner store down the street. Then I remembered that my friend Zoë … Continue reading Crisp and Creamy Veggie Galette

What’s on the Menu This Week?

As I’ve previously mentioned, at length and with feeling, I love meal planning. It’s saved me more money than I can even fathom, and it’s how I can control how healthy (or unhealthy) I’ll be eating from one week to another. I plan for every dinner to be a double batch, so that lunch is already made for tomorrow- and I portion out the lunch amount … Continue reading What’s on the Menu This Week?

[Updated] When the Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big Pizza Piiiiiiie…..

Hello, pizza people! I’ve learned a few very important home pizza tips in the past year since I first published this post, so I’ve updated it with new recipes and some nicer photos because ~artistic growth~. Give these new recipes a try and a) you’ll never cook your pizza sauce ever again, and b) you might find yourself making homemade pizza every week. May 1st … Continue reading [Updated] When the Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big Pizza Piiiiiiie…..

Empty-Fridge Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

I love lazy days. They’re not actually particularly easy to come by these days, as the realization that I’m leaving Montreal has started to set in, and along with it, shpilkes (look it up- it’s my favourite Yiddish word) have started presenting themselves, pushing me to want to constantly be doing things that I know I’ll miss when I leave. I like the shpilkes, most of … Continue reading Empty-Fridge Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sweet Potato, Squash & Ginger Soup with Pickled Onion, Cilantro, and Lime

It’s been an extremely busy couple of weeks. I’ve been working on some big life Next Steps, working my two jobs, seeing and skyping friends as often as possible, and trying to walk through the snow, slush, and ice without wiping out (I’m 3 falls in, so far)- it’s been more than a little exhausting. Meal planning is extra tough when things get so busy, but … Continue reading Sweet Potato, Squash & Ginger Soup with Pickled Onion, Cilantro, and Lime

How to Throw a Lasagna Party

Lasagna is one of my favourite foods to cook and to eat. When lasagna, this cheesy, bubbling rectangle of glory, emerges from the oven, you just know that it’s a special day. You can either eat a huge portion yourself and then freeze the rest in squares, ready to be reheated for breakfast, lunch, or dinner- or you can have all your friends over for dinner and … Continue reading How to Throw a Lasagna Party