Category Archives: The Canadian Food Experience Project

 Magical dog-leash romps through frosted streets and princess crystal iced trees.. clear sailing ahead! Nothing could be more “Canadian” than a winter day like this! Thick flocked fences lined our streets that morning.. I love hoar frost! In Calgary, we often are gifted this beautiful visual experience due to warmer Chinook winds colliding with our […]

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I quickly popped into Williams Sonoma on a Saturday evening around 5:30 pm to pick up a bag of my favorite gluten free Cup4Cup flour and was shocked at the large volume of people still shopping. We seem to have become an insatiable society of consumers looking for the next big score on their hunt […]

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My earliest memories of anything “pickled”.. were the sparkling gem jars that lined our basement shelves at Claret Street  in Charleswood Heights. Mom’s pickles were more varied than my simple dills I’ve posted here. She’d have mustards with whole small sweet onions.. jams along with the Dills. My first attempt at pickling dills last summer […]

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cherish ♥ /ˈCHeriSH/ to hold dear to protect and care for lovingly ♥ a friend lost her book of family recipes in the flood this past June how heartbreaking that would be mine are { thankfully } high and dry in a recipe box with my mom and granny and grandma’s neat handwriting ♥ if […]

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One day Katie and her friend went to pick so they could make a Wild Huckleberry Pie! ♥  ♥ Up the side of the mountain they hiked with their pails. Katie picked three huckleberries and put them in her pail. Along they went until they had picked just enough for two mouths pies, one for them […]

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