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Apple Fritter

The Gluten Free Epicurean does it again. Located conveniently 2 doors down from Collage Collage, it is the perfect stop for post-art tea and snacks. This time I chose the Gluten and Dairy-free Apple Fritter. I was not disappointed, it … Continue reading

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Dense Cakes

I have a problem, I am a chronic over-mixer. I don’t remember having this problem with my early baking. Really seems to have come on since receiving my super awesome stand mixer. I notice it most when I make cupcakes. … Continue reading

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Mason Jar Cookies

  Christmas Eve we received cookies in a jar from our friend Bonnie. I’ve seen these before but haven’t assembled them myself. Bonnie got crafty and I think they turned out great! Perfect for a Sunday afternoon afternap. The baked … Continue reading

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Farm Cakes

Well, it clearly has been ages since my last update. Took me a while to figure out how to post. Change and I don’t always get along. Had tea this morning with the lovely Ashala. Her new farming/business venture inspired … Continue reading

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Yesterday a few of us took our toddler crew to Collage Collage for a drop in art class. The ‘teacher’ Liz was great with the kids. Kept their artist fingers focused and was very patient with them. After story time Liz … Continue reading

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Sponge Worthy

Recently my good friend Christina graduated with her B.Ed from UBC. This was her second degree completed in the last few years. In which time she also had a child. Serious accomplishments. To help us celebrate, her in-laws took both … Continue reading

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quick catch up

I have done quite a bit of baking lately, but not much picture taking. I made my first Victoria Sponge, with whipped cream and strawberries. So easy, and delicious. Recipe from my British Baking book, Peyton and Byrne. Took that … Continue reading

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