Bake Breaks

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I have to feed my body right in order to ‘keep going’.  I think that this stir-fry is the perfect way to do that.  Its easy to make and full of interesting flavours and textures.  For me the beautiful dressing adds the cherry on top.The beans are plentiful and the noodles are delicate; not forgetting…

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I am currently visiting my parents who live in Queensland, Australia. It is a fantastic place full of exciting ingredients like macadamia nuts (excellent with white chocolate) and fresh mangoes, pawpaws (papaya) and HUGE, juicy sweet Queensland strawberries. My sister is here as well. which is making this trip even more special. We love to…

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Have you ever had a day in the kitchen where nothing seemed to go right? The beautiful creation you imagined was more of a not so pretty flop.  I have totally been there, and have so done that! Recently, I made a chocolate layer cake, and had extra batter leftover so I decided some fun…

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Gluten free Cheerios! 🙂 I’m now back in Korea but luckily found out about these shortly before I left Canada so I was able to find them there. They are definitely a real thing and as far as I could tell are pretty easy to find! It’s been years since I’ve bought cereal just because…

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After spending part of my summer holidays between Denmark and Norway, where I’ve been eating the freshest seafood ever, I’m doing my best to recreate those typical flavours at home! I’m already growing dill at home, and I love using it to garnish my plates or to make herb mayonnaise… You’ll see it in this…

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For those of you who bake regularly, how often does it all go horribly wrong? In my case: plenty! And let’s face it, there is nothing more soul destroying than putting that cake in the oven with all the hopes in the world, only for it to catastrophically fail. Like a white chocolate bundt cake…