Eat In Eat Out Magazine Feature

Do you see anything interesting on the cover of this magazine? Right there in the top right corner? See it? Yup! That’s me!


Photo by Kathy Jollimore

I am genuinely thrilled to be featured in the Holiday issue of Eat In Eat Out magazine. The magazine is loaded with great recipes and ideas for the upcoming festive season including party food, cocktails and more.

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Magazine feature


Homemade Bitters

Herbalists claim that bitters can aid digestion. That’s cool and everything, but I like them in a Manhattan. If you are the non-drinking type, they add nice flavour to glass of sparkling water. If you are thinking about making some gifts for the holiday season, consider homemade bitters. The hardest part of the process is tracking… 

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Hollyhock Salad Dressing

It’s rare that I share other peoples’ recipes, but this salad dressing is so good you will want to stick a straw in the jar. I served it at a family dinner the other day and everyone had seconds…and thirds. This is a famous recipe that originated at Hollyhock on Cortes Island. I wrote about… 

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Chocolate Pots du Creme with Cardamom

If you are looking for a zero-fuss dessert for a dinner party, look no further. You can whip this up in the morning or the night before. That gives you one less thing to think about while you are entertaining your guests. If you can boil water, you can make this. You don’t even need… 

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Pumpkin Smoothie – Vegan and Paleo

I swore I wouldn’t add another pumpkin recipe the glut. I’m going back on my word because I accidentally ordered 6 HUGE cans of pumpkin puree from my grocery delivery service. I’m drowning in pumpkin and I have to use it up! I recently found out that I have to move and I’ll be damned… 

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Practically Pudding Drinking Chocolate

I’ve been hoarding this recipe away for several weeks. I was waiting for a rainy day, a literal rainy day. The rainy season has come. In Vancouver, that season lasts 9 bazillion months. Boooooooo! My misfortune is your gain because when the weather is crappy, I head straight to the kitchen for comfort. Today’s cup… 

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Banoffee Pie – Vegan and Gluten-free variations

Do you like a good portmanteau? I do! Banoffee is a combination of the words “banana” and “toffee”. Combine those two items together with a cookie crust and some whipped cream and you have a sweet, no-bake pie that is popular in the U.K..   If you are one of those people that says things… 

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Coconut Milk Dulce De Leche

The saga continues. I previously posted about my experiments in making a vegan dulce de leche. I made a version using dates and cashew milk. It was good, but it didn’t quite hit the mark. I vowed to continue my experiments, for better or for worse. I tried my date dulce de leche recipe again,… 

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Blogging Income and Growth Report

If you come here for the recipes, this post might not be interesting to you. It’s chock-full of nerdy blog things that only other bloggers care about. I promise, it’s a once a month thing! This post also contains a number of affiliate links.  This is the second month I will be publicizing my blogging… 

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Date Dulce De Leche – A Work in Progress

Sometimes, I get an idea in my head that possesses me until I run to the kitchen and start experimenting. The idea of a dulce de leche made of cashew milk and dates has been swirling around in my head all week. This morning, I decided to give my idea a whirl. I should know… 

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Vegan Chocolate Pecan Fudge – Almost Raw

This year, I got a certificate in chocolate making from Ecole Chocolat. I’m not going to profess to be a chocolate expert, but I do take chocolate pretty seriously. I love reading about it, cooking with it, talking about. I’m a total chocolate devotee. As a chocolate enthusiast, I’ve read a lot of articles about… 

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