Over the last couple of years I have discovered the joys of working from coffee shops. It is a great way to expose yourself to different people and environments. For this reason, I take advantage of working from coffee shops as much as possible. Over the course of this time, I’ve learned a few dos and don’ts to make working from coffee shops smooth and productive.
There are few things I enjoy more than curling up in a local coffee shop with my laptop, a hot cup of coffee, and a full day reaching out in front of me. Regularly working from coffee shops has afforded me the opportunity to explore Toronto’s neighbourhoods through local establishments. Continue reading “My Favourite Coffee Shops to Work From”
As much as I love having a repertoire of reliable recipes, nothing beats a meal that you can throw together on the spot, without referencing a single line in a cookbook. This is where the turkey burger comes in. Continue reading “Turkey Burger Anti-Recipe”
There is something magical about dinner parties. I love hosting people and connecting over food and drinks. This was particularly true when we recently had friends over for a Middle Eastern themed dinner party to try serving some of the Lebanese comfort food that my husband grew up with as a child. With Middle Eastern food front and centre in the Toronto food scene right now (think Byblos and Fat Pasha), it’s fun introducing people to a new side of Middle Eastern cooking.
I love having fresh muffins on hand for a quick snack but it is often hard to find muffin recipes that are both healthy and simple to make. Loaded with fresh apples and grated carrots, this recipe is a staple in our household, and keeps us fuelled through many hectic weeks.