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  • Updated almost daily. I am a mama of two, part-time event coordinator and aspiring food writer who is passionate about families spending time together in the kitchen. This space is a hodgepodge of recipes made for and with my children. Also included: cookbook reviews, fun party ideas, giveaways and much more. I live in Toronto, ON.

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kerry

This is my first time stopping by your blog and already I am in love! Cooking is one of my passions as well. It is something that my son and I love to do together. This apple tarte tatin looks delicious. We have a french apple tart recipe in our family that uses a pate brisee and applesauce as well as very thinly sliced apples. This looks like a grown-up version of that. Can't wait to try it! I also took a quick look at the Quesadilla list from last week. Such inventive combinations... it looks like a great way to introduce new tastes and textures to children in a familiar way. Can't wait to come back when I have more time to look around!

cate

yum! i love your description of how you can learn as you cut. we will definitely try this version. your ABC's are so great. we're all really enjoying looking through them and talking about which ones we want to make most.

Stoich91

Yum! Thanks for the fall recipe that Dosen't Involve Pupmkin! The state we live in has (sniff) a pumpkin shortage this year, so there isn't much to go around and any recipes that scream "AUTUMN!" and don't have anything to do with pumpkins are GREATLY APPRECIATED! :-) HA! Anyways, as for T...perhaps Tangy Salsa Tacos (made with homeade salsa, refried beans, cheese, lettuce, and sour cream!).

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