Monthly Archives: February 2010

Dinner: Lasagna

You shouldn’t be afraid of making a nice lasagna when you have a craving. Sure it’s an obscene amount of food for just one (or two), but really: you can freeze some of it, or eat lasagna for a delicious … Continue reading

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Dinner: BURRITO!

This dinner idea is so good it deserves ALL-CAPS. BURRITO! It’s so easy and so good. I make it veggie, ’cause meat is kinda redundant here. You need some tortillas, a can of refried beans, and whatever you want in … Continue reading

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Dinner: mushroom and goat cheese pie

This is adapted from a Stilton and mushroom pie from Meat Free Mondays, except I couldn’t get green peppercorns or ┬áStilton from the store and used goat cheese instead. It’s so delicious! I ignored the pastry recipe from the website, … Continue reading

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The Tortoise and the Hare

I hate to speak ill of children’s entertainers, but the more I think about it, the more it bugs me: the science in Ellen Chorley’s The Tortoise and the Hare is terrible. So much so that it kind of ruined … Continue reading

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Snacktime! Hummus!

This party snack staple is sold in little tubs for way too much money. If you make it yourself, it costs, like, $2 a litre. Here’s what you do: Either soak and boil a cup of dry chickpeas, or buy … Continue reading

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Dinner: chicken curry

When my parents lived in Indonesia, they had friends who were also Canadian ex-pats who were Pakistani. My mom got this recipe from them. It’s easy and really good– the chicken melts off the bone. You take a bunch of … Continue reading

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What I learned at the AGA free day today

So I spent 9 hours volunteering at the AGA today. It was awesome. Here’s why: Volunteering is, overall, an awesome thing to do. People treat you like a superhero, and you get free pizza. People should volunteer more. They started … Continue reading

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