favourite food blogs

Ever since I went to see a nutritionist last October (post on that coming soon), I’ve been loving starting my day with a browse through some fabulous food blogs. From overly indulgent dessert blogs to raw, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free blogs, it’s been fun seeing new recipes every day and getting a chance to have a…

late night fig jam

In the past few months I’ve fallen in love with figs. Where have I been? Figs are not new. Figs have been hanging out on holiday cheese plates put together by my family for years, but I’ve never gone past the pear and blue cheese to try one. Until recently, that is. Now I understand…

ayoungvoice | can| cook

I’ve always cooked. Well, since I had to cook for myself. My parents are both excellent chefs and my father, in particular, could easily open his own restaurant he’s such a good saucier. I was taught well. It was only in the last year that I saw a nutritionist and started to understand the science…

An average week: Saturday

It’s over! (My posts, at least. It’s Tuesday, so I suppose my “average week” has been over for a while.) In the next couple of days, I’ll write a bit about how the week looked, but for now, here’s my VERY exciting Saturday. Should have taken more photos of food in the evening because it…

An average week: Friday

Finally, Friday! Felt much better, but still not 100%. With the art launch that evening, I soldiered on. 6:15am – 7:15am Wake up, shower, get ready, all the usual things. 7:45am – 8:00am Stopped for a coffee at Tim Hortons. Large, too, which I usually find too much, but this morning was totally necessary. 8:00am…

An average week: Tuesday

Hi friends! I’m tracking how I spend my time this week. If you’re interested, see why and read the first post here. So, wow. Yesterday was a busy one. Let’s get down to business. 7:30am – 9:00am Sleep in this morning! Had a work event in the evening so I decided to use up a…

An average week

Yes, this is a Canadian, literary blog. Having said that, I want to track the way I spend my time for a week as I feel that it would be an interesting exercise. I also have friends and family laugh when I say I’ve offered to get involved in yet another “extra curricular” claiming I…