Recipes

Chicken Soup For This Teacher’s Soul

I've always loved homemade chicken noodle soup. When I was growing up, this was a very frequent meal in our house. There were two versions: mom's and dad's. My mom used her homemade chicken broth, a bunch of vegetables and chunks of rotisserie chicken. My dad, on the other hand, used chicken bouillon powder, put… Continue reading Chicken Soup For This Teacher’s Soul

Foodie Adventures

Fourth of July From Scratch

Happy birthday, America! This summer marks 4 years since my naturalization ceremony and 10 years of Fourth of July celebrations. While Jeff and I rarely partake in big parties, we usually wear red, white and blue, and come up with some American-themed meal. While it started with simple meals that took only a few minutes… Continue reading Fourth of July From Scratch

Foodie Adventures

A New Year Update

It's hard to believe January is almost over and it's been over two months since my last post. I can easily come up with some excuses: Work as been extra busy/demanding lately... I've been poorly juggling trying to eat better and wanting to enjoy life as the foodie  Hungry Québécoise that I am so there… Continue reading A New Year Update

Recipes

Hotlanta Popsicles

I grew up in a world of summer Popsicles, Fudgsicles, Mr Freeze Ice Pops, and Drumsticks cones. They were good, refreshing, and full of stuff I probably shouldn't eat. I'm socked at how well I've resisted the urge to buy them as an adult. I guess avoiding the frozen dessert section of the grocery store… Continue reading Hotlanta Popsicles