Shrimp and tomato risotto easy recipe

15
Jan
No Comments ,
 Posted in category Mains
seafood risotto recipe

If you’re like me, you’ve probably spent a lot of time in the kitchen during the Holidays, cooking for friends and family. However, now that we’re all slowly getting back into the swing of things, you probably just want to cook something simple. Well trust me, this easy tomato shrimp risotto recipe will do the […]

Read More

Wintertime beverages: my top 3 hot chocolates

10
Jan
No Comments ,
 Posted in category Beverages, Recipes
Wintertime beverages: my top 3 hot chocolates

For me, January is the beginning of hot chocolate season. After a day at work or an afternoon spent outside on a cold day walking my dog Dexter, nothing is more satisfying than a steaming mug of hot chocolate. And it gets even more satisfying when you do it yourself. Homemade hot chocolate is so […]

Read More

Eight recipes to start 2013 the healthy way!

08
Jan
No Comments ,
 Posted in category A Healthier You, Recipes, Salads, Soups, Vegetarian
Eight recipes to start 2013 the healthy way!

The Holidays are over and so are the big caloric family dinners. As always, most of us have put on a few pounds during the past 2 weeks. And, as usual, one of our first objectives of the New Year is to lose that weight as fast as possible. Aside from exercise, the best way […]

Read More

Galette des rois: a delicious and festive tradition

04
Jan
No Comments ,
 Posted in category Desserts, Life's a Party!
Galette des rois: a delicious and festive tradition

Christmas and New Year’s Eve are things of the past and the cold month of January is upon us… But that does not mean we can’t celebrate anymore! This Saturday January 5th, on the Eve of Epiphany, will be celebrated the Fête des Rois (literally the “Festival of Kings”), a French holiday which revolves around […]

Read More

A holiday brew: pine needle tea

20
Dec
No Comments ,
 Posted in category A Healthier You, Beverages, Recipes
A holiday brew: pine needle tea

In less than 2 weeks, Christmas and New Year’s Eve will be things of the past. And so will be your Christmas tree. Thus, other from briefly brightening up the house and sheltering the family’s presents, your Christmas tree will probably have no other utility. But this also can be a thing of the past. […]

Read More