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Jennifer Hodge
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Split Pea Soup with Ham
Sometimes when you cook a delicious Easter ham , you'll be lucky to have a ham bone left over.  That's the perfect excuse to make split pea soup with ham! It doesn't look terribly pretty, but it tastes delicious! Split peas come in yellow or green.  I used ...

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Homemade Gummy Bears
My husband loves gummy bears but doesn't always want to snack on pure sugar. So I decided to make him some fruit juice gummies in his favouite flavours! Making gummies at home is very easy. I got these gummy bear molds that worked wonderfully, but if you do...

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The Beer Baron - St. Patrick’s Day Showdown
This post comes from Matt, the Beer Baron. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter  @geekcanuck  When Oskar Blue Brewery released their Ten Fidy imperial stout in Ontario for the first time, I was pretty excited and wrote a pretty glowing review, calling it the...

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The Beer Baron’s Day Out
Thanks to the grand opening of London Brewing Co-op ’s new space on Saturday, February 25th and a special Winter Pop Up Bar presented by Forest City Beer Fest over the weekend, it was a special weekend for craft beer fans in London. To celebrate, we decided...

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Happy Hour - Cosmopolitan
The Cosmopolitan is a classic cocktail that happened to become very popular in the 90s.  I think it's time for a comeback! Don't worry, it's not too sweet.  It's actually a vodka sour, quite boozy, with an awesome pink hue from the small amount of cranberry...

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Road Trip - Alberta, Canada
This past year Matt and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary!  The year we got engaged, and exactly a year before our wedding, we traveled to Alberta and drove the Icefields Parkway to Jasper, and then drove through British Columbia to Whistler, Vancou...

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Larb! (Laotian Ground Chicken & Rice)
Larb doesn't sound like the most appetizing name for a dish, but this dish is truly fantastic. It's easy, cheap, filling, endlessly customizable and tastes delicious.  Larb is a traditional dish of Laos, in Southeast Asia.  This version isn't traditional, b...
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