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A Taste of the Familiar in First World War Era Foods

Ever wonder where Canadians’ love of butter tarts came from?  What about the universal craving for macaroni and cheese on a chilly winter day?  In this article by Laura Brehaut, historian Liz Driver and programme officer Bridget Wranich discuss how the First World War created an environment that Canadian tastebuds were forced to change in.   58 more words


Blogging, Babies & Butter Tarts

I’ve decided to start blogging again. Why? Because I missed it. Because why not. Because what else am I going to do while my baby naps. 336 more words


Some Answers

I took it easy today. I made some gluten-free butter tarts:


Had my blood drawn at two different labs (one for HCG for RE, other for thyroid for endocrinologist). 136 more words


In search of Ontario's Best Butter Tart

We had a *sweet* idea come to us yesterday.

As we are both avid fans of the good ol’ fashioned butter tart, we are in search of THE BEST one in the province of Ontario. 106 more words

Foodie Moms Who Can't Cook

Can you say yummy???

So this is what we’ve been up to!!!

These are our tasty butter tarts with coconuts and walnuts!!


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