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this is how it's done!
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Science fiction parenting. Will explain later. You'll love it.
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I imagine that the baking soda trick will even help with peeling if it helps separate the membrane and shell from the egg.
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Toronto in Hollywood, not pretending to be somewhere else.
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An update on the bacon sarnie race. I think we're in trouble, as I think our hand-sliced white bread was toast (figuratively, not literally), by the time we made our sandwich. See our version on Friday at The Haggis and the Herring
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ah they may not go for our North American bagel 
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I discovered that I enjoyed cooking when I was a young teenager and my uncle taught me how to grill mako shark. When I moved to Peterborough to attend university, the crowd I hung out with preferred dinner parties over pubs and we spent many weekend evenings cooking for hours, talking and drinking cheap wine. 

After I met Meredith, she encouraged me to take some culinary arts courses at George Brown College just for fun, and Chef Lola Csulog-Fernandez introduced me to a more in-depth world of Mediterranean and Spanish regional cuisine.

To continue the adventure of trying new things, I started publishing some of my favourite recipes and testing new ones and publishing them on my food blog.