Foodie Adventures, Travel, Trying New Food

Quebec Part 2: Tasting Mystery Snacks with My Family

Before I traveled to Quebec, I stopped by Buford Highway Farmer's Market to look for interesting snacks and sweet treats to try out with my family. When I was growing up, I wasn't very adventurous. We had our classics and favorites and generally stuck to them. That's why I thought it would be interesting to… Continue reading Quebec Part 2: Tasting Mystery Snacks with My Family

Foodie Adventures, Random Meals, Travel

Hungry Quebbie Goes Home

Recently, my husband and I went back to Quebec to visit my family and friends. We spent two weeks there, and unlike other times I went, I made almost no plans. I just wanted to enjoy my time there, see my loved ones and take the trip day by day. As this is how I… Continue reading Hungry Quebbie Goes Home

Recipes, Retro Cooking

Retro Cooking: 1940 Meat-Ball Stew

As I prepare to visit Quebec soon, I was in the mood to make some traditional French Canadian food. I pulled out a cookbook brought to me by my mom, once belonging to my grandma. The book is bilingual (French-English), published in 1940 and published by A.Bélanger Limitée, as a way to sell their cooking… Continue reading Retro Cooking: 1940 Meat-Ball Stew

Recipes, Retro Cooking

Retro Cooking: 1976 Seafood Quiche

Recently, I found a super cute cookbook completely dedicated to quiches. Quiche Cookbook was published in 1976 and written by Edie and Tom Hilton. I was particularly drawn to the illustrations by Shelley Adler throughout the book Since I love a good quiche but usually make the recipes up with whatever I find in the fridge,… Continue reading Retro Cooking: 1976 Seafood Quiche