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Edible gifts featured on Shepherd's Fashions Coffee Talk

Five fabulously tasty treats you can share over the holidays!

Today, more than ever, consumable gifts are so stylish. When you take the time to prepare edible gifts in your own kitchen, the family and friends with whom you share them will appreciate that you care about them and want to offer something to spice up their holidays. 132 more words

Paula Roy

Mushroom seasoned salt

A delicious way to add flavour to lots of dishes!

The subtle, earthy and rich flavour that mushrooms, yeast, truffles, anchovies, strong cheese and other elements add to foods is called umami. 166 more words

Paula Roy

Chocolate dipping spoons

An edible holiday gift the kids can make!

These spoons – perfect for stirring extra deliciousness into a mug of hot chocolate, steamed milk or coffee – were one of our favourite teachers’ gifts for years. 320 more words

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Old-fashioned creamy maple fudge

Patience and science make for great candy!

One of my fondest childhood memories is that of making fudge with my maternal grandmother, whose much-used fudge pan I was recently gifted by my mother, who’s also a fantastic cook. 505 more words

Paula Roy

Sealed With a Kiss Cookies

Party-perfect treats for Valentine’s Day!

I love the look of these adorable little cookies, and they’re as tasty as they are cute! Despite appearances, they are actually really easy to make. 328 more words

Paula Roy

Golden milk latte

In the last days, I’ve had a pretty bad flu. The worst part is not the fever or using tons of tissues, but the continuous coughing in the middle of the night and which is even worse: I was not able to sense tastes and scents for days… In the past, it was so bad when it happened but since almost everything is around food in my life it’s like losing your eyesight. 1,157 more words

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Stirrers

If you have leftover candy canes from Christmas, you could try this little idea that I did as a gift for friends this year.

Inspired by a social media post, I thought I would try out candy cane spoons – mostly because I have some silicon spoon moulds that I had never used. 196 more words