Soft homemade bread sticks

I have a picky eater, so I spend a lot of time experimenting in the kitchen and creating new recipes.  She loves bread so most of the foods I make for her are made with whole wheat (or corn) flour, eggs, and kefir/yogurt.  This morning I didn’t feel like spending too much time in the kitchen so I decided to make these breadsticks.  They’re soft, delicious and really easy to make. You can serve them with cream…

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Garlic in History

Garlic plays an important role in our nutrition. I add garlic as a flavouring agent to most of our dishes, including: pasta sauce, stuffed peppers, baked fish, cabbage rolls, etc. Very rarely do we eat it as a vegetable, unless with our all time favourite red pepper salad. If you haven’t combined fresh garlic with roasted red peppers, give it a try and see if you like it. I find it delicious, but maybe that’s just me.…

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The Benefits of using a Slow Cooker

This is not an ad. It’s a word of advice from one busy mom to you - whoever you may be. If you have an unused slow cooker at home you might consider giving it a chance.   I’m not a medical expert or a nutritionist, but I’m a very busy person who likes to serve healthy meals to my family. I’ve learned that cooking foods longer and on low temperatures helps meat and vegetables retain nutrients and…

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Together We Can Accomplish Anything

We live in a modern world. Balancing work and play is challenging enough. Now, imagine adding pandemics into the equation. It has been 7 months, although it sometimes feels like a decade, since the official outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic. I could probably write dozens of pages on how this has impacted our daily lives and interrupted our routines, but, for the purpose of this blog, I’m only going to focus on its effects on the relationship…

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