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7 Homemade Foods You Can Start Making Now

Homemade foods have become a luxury, an outdated practice for the rich and those with extra time on their hands; but before agriculture and food was industrialized, what we ate was made from scratch in kitchens, bakeries, and restaurants around the world. At-home and small scale production was commonplace, and everything was done by hand or with simple machines. A baker made bread with flour from a local mill, and farmers canned their vegetables in jars to save for later… Read More »7 Homemade Foods You Can Start Making Now

Recipe Review – Mediterranean Chicken with Artichoke Hearts and Sundried Tomatoes

I’ve been looking into Mediterranean meals that are both healthy and satisfying… which is how I came across this recipe by Katerina Petrovska on Diethood. It combines flavourful artichoke hearts with the bright taste of sun-dried tomatoes in an easy crockpot recipe. It was originally written for chicken thighs, which I swapped out for chicken breast tenderloins based on personal preference. It came out absolutely delicious, extremely tender, and laid beautifully across some tri-colour quinoa. All I did was season… Read More »Recipe Review – Mediterranean Chicken with Artichoke Hearts and Sundried Tomatoes

Year-in Recipe Reviews | My Top Picks for 2021

After moving in with my fiancé, I’ve had a lot more motivation to cook, mainly because I get to choose what it is I make! I have used both recipes online and some from family to fill up this year’s kitchen, and I’d like to share some of my favourites with you! What recipes have you tried and loved this year? Let me know, I’d love to try some! Sweet Treats Starbucks copycat hot cocoa by My Frugal Adventures Cake… Read More »Year-in Recipe Reviews | My Top Picks for 2021

Cozy Soups to Create this Fall—Can, Crockpot, Instapot, and Stovetop Recipes

It’s officially October, and even here in South Florida, I have begun craving the many foods of the season: sweet potato casserole, apple pie, warm apple cider, and of course, hot soup. I’ve already made chicken noodle soup and pasta fagioli, and currently have some French onion soup cooking in a crockpot right now! Even without the crisp air and changing leaves I used to see when I lived in the midwest, I still feel a pull towards warm, soothing… Read More »Cozy Soups to Create this Fall—Can, Crockpot, Instapot, and Stovetop Recipes