Tag Archives: mexican

Bánh mì tacos

Woah here she goes. Watch out pork, she’ll chew you up. Woah here she goes. She’s a Bánh mì eater. Yes, that’s me and I loves me some Bánh mì. It is becoming quite ubiquitous in my life, and I hope it will for you too. I’ve made Bánh mì sandwiches, Bánh mì burgers, Bánh […]

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Who likes breakfast wraps?

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 […]

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Korean tacos

I am a relative newcomer to the mysterious world of Korean cuisine. Honestly, my first encounter was at one of those Korean BBQ places where you have to cook all of your own food, and they bring you the  condiments. While intriguing at first, the appeal wore off pretty quickly as we watched our uncooked […]

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Tortilla Chicken Soup and the Wildest Dream

It seems like everything I’m cooking lately is served in a bowl. Tom Khaa, Paneer Makhani…ok maybe it’s just those things that I’ve cooked recently. But things served in bowls are just so darn yummy, and great to warm up a cold Toronto evening in March. Plus, you can easily and safely eat your food […]

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Sunday Breakfast

You may recall a post from some time ago when I rambled on about breakfast. I think one of the reasons Cheesler continues to put up with me is my delicious brunches. I have nursed many a hangover with my concoctions. One of my favourites, and definitely my signature dish, is one we have coined […]

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