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Nazneen Hamilton
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Real Food with Altitude
Real Food with Altitude

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Yes! It’s another pumpkin recipe and one that isn’t doused in sugar, cinnamon and frosting! I’m trying new things with pumpkin, and I know that stuffing a pumpkin isn’t all that original but this beautiful, heirloom Musquée de Provence pumpkin is not just…

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Yes, today is the obligatory pumpkin post that every self respecting blogger must publish every autumn. As the wind picks up and the days are more blustery; ripping the last remaining leaves off the trees and forming swirling, golden whirlpools on the…

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For those of you who have blogs, website or write freelance, what is your biggest challenge? And for those of you who have other careers, where do you get a little uninspired? As you might have noticed, I’ve been a bit absent from this blog…again. Oh,…

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As we begin to wake up to brisk mornings where even the sun isn’t up quite yet, and our morning cups of coffee have become warming and soothing, instead of just a caffeine boost, the desire to feel the warmth of the oven and the scent of spices in the…

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Why is it that you can look forward to a visit from someone special; wait and anticipate for 3 months and then bam, they come and they’re gone, just like that. Where does the time go? How does it fly by so quickly?

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Peaches in the summer are to me what pumpkin is to others in the fall. They are, by far, my favourite summer fruit and I’ve been very lucky to live in two States that grow peaches. Getting a locally grown, red hued peach, ripe off the tree has been fairly…

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This little space has been neglected this summer. It wasn’t intentional, it never is, but life doesn’t stop.  It’s been a lazy summer with late mornings, copious amounts of coffee and tea sipped leisurely and schedules and plans thrown to the wind.

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I find it highly amusing that having written about our balmy, autumn days in the last post, the temperatures have made a 40 degree drop. As I sit here on this brusque and frosty Sunday morning, sipping a cortado at my favourite coffee shop, the snow is…
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