I do, I do! What’s not to love? It’s breakfast, it’s a wrap…it’s delicious! I love a good bacon n’ egg breakfast, or even something more substantial like a lady lumberjack. I’ve even been known to delve into breakfast pizza. As a Soph n’ Stuff reader you know of my obsession with mexican breakfasts, or […]
Oh butternut, my sweet butternut. It is difficult not to hoard butternut squash when it is in season and plentiful. And there is no ingredient better suited to accompany the sweet nuttiness of butternut squash than the perfumed earthiness of fresh sage. For a long time, I thought sage was gross and inedible. And the […]
Last weekend was the first day of the Georgetown Farmer’s Market. It was celebrating its 20th anniversary! For Cheesler and I, it was our first anniversary of living in Halton Hills.
154:365, a photo by Sophie Idsinga on Flickr. Coming soon: more adventures in pasta-making. I venture into the realm of hand rolled, finicky pasta, beginning with garganelli, aka home-made penne.
It has been ridiculously hot in Toronto recently. Yesterday alone was 35 degrees Celsius, but with the humidity, it felt more like 42. That’s 107 degrees Fahrenheit, Americans. Multiply that by whatever city factors that seem to increase it (concrete, glass, smog, vehicle exhaust) by another 10 degrees and we’re looking at a tropical urban […]
On Flickr, that is! For those of you unfamiliar with the Flickrverse, having one of your photos “explored” is an exciting event – especially when it’s the first time! Flickr is a photo-sharing web site used the world over for amateur and professional photographers alike, and is aimed towards artistic photography. There is a huge […]