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Rosemary–Olive Oil Tea Cake

Someone once told me that if you want to sell a house, you should bake a loaf of bread. When you walk into a home where something is baking, feelings of comfort and warmth immediately surface.


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Tribute To Craft Spirits Festival 2019

A Taste of Spirits from Craft distilleries and the local Alberta food scene


City Style and Living Magazine Winter 2018 Travel Restaurants London Lamb
Monmouth Kitchen London

This hip, small-plate restaurant specializes in Italian and Peruvian food.


City Style and Living Magazine Winter 2018 Herbalists kitchen lavender fizz
Lavender Fizz

This flowery, slightly sweet drink is a cross between soda and champagne and can contain a very small amount of alcohol. The carbonation is a natural by-product of the fermentation process, a sign that the fizz is active and alive.


City Style and Living Magazine Fall 2018 I am Filipino Filipino Crepes
Savory Fresh Vegetable Crepes

Lumpiang sariwa are usually eaten for meryenda, the Filipino-Spanish tradition of taking a small afternoon meal. A handmade crepe is filled with vegetables and baby shrimp and drizzled with a mild tangy-sweet sauce.


City Style and Living Magazine Fall 2018 gourmet finds Pepper on Spoons
Crush It: Hot Pepper Sauces From Around the World

Their birthplace may be the Americas, but chilies have certainly made their way around the world. Embraced in a variety of preparations from mildly spicy to punching heat, CSL shares ways to use them in your cooking.


City Style and Living Magazine Fall 2018 Olive oil
4 Helpful Kitchen Staples to Cut Your Work Time in Half

Help around the kitchen means gadgets that cut your work time in half. It’s also about flavour bombs that lift dishes like a drizzle of olive oil on meat, salads and soups and protein-rich peanut butter with coconut for satay and marinades.


City Style and Living Magazine Fall 2018 recipes Millionaire Shortbread
2 Ways With Shortbread

A simple mixture, buttery flavour and crumbly texture – it’s a treat we can all agree on.


City Style and Living Magazine Fall 2018 I am a filipino Classic Adobo recipe
Classic Adobo

The classic adobo most commonly known in homes and in restaurants throughout the Philippines and in America, adobong manok at baboy, has a silky, fatty, sour sauce. The ingredients for this dish—soy sauce, vinegar, black peppercorns, bay leaves, garlic, chicken (manok), and pork (baboy)—are easy to find in any grocery store.


Tea Time

Gorgeous items don’t doesn’t make tea taste better. but, they sure do lift your mood and turn the ritual into something special.