Kouign Amann, The First Time

Kouign Amann, The First Time

I was flipping through David Lebovitz’s Flipboard articles on my iPad when I came across a recipe for Kouign Amann. I’d never heard of it before, but the photos, his descriptions – I wanted! I had the ingredients on hand. I read and reread the recipe. I studied the comments from people who’d actually tried […]

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Baked Good Deliciousness at the Vegetarian Food Fair: A Few Reviews

Baked Good Deliciousness at the Vegetarian Food Fair: A Few Reviews

The Vegetarian Food Fair down at Toronto’s Harbourfront this year was a cornucopia of good food, good-looking food, fake grass, and lots and lots of sunshine and people, unlike previous years I’ve been. I grazed my way from booth to booth, filling myself up on free samples and emptying my wallet on specials and baked […]

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An Egg-White Frittata To Die For

An Egg-White Frittata To Die For

Diabetes. Cholesterol. These are the words that send a person to the cupboard searching for what to make that will taste good but not shoot up that glucose, those dreaded triglycerides, or the ever-bad word, cholesterol. Frittata to the rescue. Or to be precise, an egg-white-frittata. A vegetarian frittata made with all egg whites, provides […]

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Chocolate Bread

Chocolate Bread

Chocolate Bread, originally uploaded by Points North. Well, over a month ago, I saw this tweet from David Lebovitz, an American pastry chef in Paris: It’s like chocolate cake, only breader! The pun was irresistible. I had to check it out. Like Cook’s Illustrated magazine, he shows through yummy photographs and writes about the steps […]

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