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Rhubarb White Chocolate Tart

Rhubarb is such a favourite this time of year! One of the first fruits (okay okay, it's technically a vegetable) to appear late spring, it has a punchy tang and a notable flavour that just can't be beat. While its bitterness means its rarely left on its own, I've given it a bit more of the spotlight in this tasty tart recipe and heightened the  ...

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review, summer

Agrotourism: West Island

Farming is becoming more accessible to city-dwellers, particularly in Montreal, thanks to agrotourism. Last weekend I attended a trip through the West of Montreal Island, a robust agricultural site (to my surprise!) and a beautiful landscape to boot. The tour gave exclusive access to a handful of notable farmers and producers, and was  ...

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recipe, summer

No-Churn Green Tea Ice Cream

If you're an ice cream fan, you're going to either love me or hate me. You're going to love me because I've got the EASIEST time-is-of-the-essence ice cream recipe. On the other hand, you're also going to hate me because I've got the easiest time-is-of-the-essence ice cream recipe and you're going to want to make it all the time.

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recipe, snack, summer, sweet

Ground Cherry and Pistachio Hand Pies

Ground cherries are completely under-appreciated. You would probably recognize them for their natural paper-encasing, beautifully tuliped to protect the fruit inside. Peel back that papery shell and you will find a golden round bulb that tastes a bit like a pineapple but with the texture of a tomato. Are you curious yet? I love snacking on  ...

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review, summer

Agrotourism in Rougemont, Quebec

Supporting local farmers and eating locally-grown food are things I love doing and advocating for, both because of the reduced environmental impact but also because I think local produce just tastes better. So when Melissa from ‘Round Table Tours, encouraged me to participate in their first Agrotourism trip, guided by nutritionist Julie  ...

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