Tag Archive: FOOD

Market Days: Kensington | Chinatown

I’ve been hanging in Kensington Market and neighbouring Chinatown for more than 35 years. Which makes me feel at once old and completely at home no matter the days, weeks, even years between… Continue reading

Wakame-Rice Noodle & Toasted Nori Salad with Peanut-Lime Dressing

How was your weekend, friends? Eli and I hit Kensington Mkt, visiting all my favourite health food stores and scooping ingredients for a gorgeous standby: rice noodle salad with toasted nori and seeds,… Continue reading

Summer Eats

Come summer, I never experience the cooking slump that frequently hits mid-winter. Garden fresh fruits and vegies change everything. Suddenly there’s an explosion of colour, a snap and a sweetness that offsets the… Continue reading

sunday slowly

Summer has kicked in, at last, greening and growing everything. It seems I can’t get enough of the berries that are so plentiful, filling grocery shelves and markets. Happily, Toronto still has green… Continue reading

sunday slowly

We haven’t had many days lately that could be called pyjama days, or something close to it. And today’s been of those … so far. Number Four summoned the magic of the internet… Continue reading

savour | looking back

Recently, I accidentally discovered a handful of posts (most from 2013) that weren’t imported from Bliss In Images when Wildwood Collective went live. They may have slipped through the cracks, but I’ve decided… Continue reading

weekending

By mid-week it was time to call in the big guns to adios a miserable cold turned sinus infection with an unstoppable cough. Antibiotics are never a fun experience (hello acidophilus, meet what… Continue reading

into the weekend

Slowly, this cold begins to budge. The rain falls steadily and everything I can view from these windows is verdant, lush. Maybe tomorrow, when my energy picks up and something other than pillow… Continue reading

my lately

First peonies unfurled: the gasp is never less intense. Gluten and dairy-free choco chunk cookies: the thrill lives on. Breakfast bowls: fruit-filled to the brim, sweet and tart and minty. Reading: Robyn Davidson’s… Continue reading

Coconut-lovers raw energy bars

I’m often on the hunt for a great-tasting, gluten and dairy-free snack that delivers an energy boost. Something that lifts me but lets me down gently. Refined sugar and I are not good… Continue reading

the green below the city

Running through the ravine system, the Beltline Trail in Toronto is my green refuge below the city. No matter how many times I get on the trail—at any access point—something new captures my… Continue reading

Sunday Slowly

Early morning yoga, before tea, before the distraction of a kitchen that needed cleaning, before the phone might ring, before the pull of the day … And later, a bowl filled with crisp,… Continue reading

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