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 … Continue reading [Updated] When the Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big Pizza Piiiiiiie…..
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 … Continue reading Empty-Fridge Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Hi friends! Here's my first CBC Daybreak segment of 2017, aired on January 9th. It's basically just host Mike Finnerty and I chatting about ways to stay cozy and comfortable in the winter- making some tomato sauce, eating at Mongolian Hot Pot restaurants, and keeping a full belly. I was a little sick when I was … Continue reading Dahlia on Daybreak: Coziness, Tomato Sauce, Hot Pot, and a Lightning Round
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 … Continue reading Sweet Potato, Squash & Ginger Soup with Pickled Onion, Cilantro, and Lime
Hello friends! I finally got the recordings of my last few segments on CBC Radio Daybreak and I'm very excited to share them with you. This segment, from early November, was hosted by Ainslie MacLellan because Daybreak host Mike Finnerty was on vacation. We had a great time chatting about my afternoon with Chuck Hughes and about … Continue reading Dahlia on Daybreak: Appetizers, Oysters, Chuck Hughes, and a Lightning Round
My dear friend Julianna is the best baker I know, and she’s as generous as she is talented. Every baked good she makes gets devoured in minutes, equally because it’s so delicious and because of how many friends she’s always sharing with. Pumpkin brownies, chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal cookies, pies, cakes, brownies, banana chocolate chip … Continue reading Guest Post: The Joy of (not) Cooking and Baking Instead
Barcelona Bar Espresso opened in late July, and if you live in the Plateau, you’ve definitely noticed it. It’s bright red on the outside, warm and inviting on the inside, and, most excitingly for me, it’s Barcelona-themed. Hoo boy, do I ever LOVE Barcelona. I’m in the middle of a super-long, very cheesy post about … Continue reading Barcelona Bar Espresso: An Interview
Originally published on Leacocks.com, a McGill University Arts publication, in January of 2013. At the time, I was living with four of my best friends in a small apartment with one kitchen and one tiny bathroom. It was wonderful. ----- It’s 2:30am and I’m eating a stacked sandwich. I’ve been told time and time again … Continue reading Throwback: Reflections in the Refrigerator Light (2013)