I’ve been loving Fall this year, more than I probably ever did before. I’ve been finding joy in the smallest moments. I find myself smiling when I step into my slippers, when I put my favourite oversized sweater on, or when I walk around the house wrapped into a blanket. It’s the little things that make it so special. Fall is
Although I love smoothies, I usually switch things up when fall comes around. My smoothies are slowly replaced with warm porridge during the colder months. But before I do, I always make this smoothie bowl a few times. It’s simple, delicious, and a great way to make the most of pumpkin season while squeezing an extra dose of
I returned to Toronto last week, after a few weeks spent in Montreal, planning and running our food styling and photography retreat. The retreat was nothing less than magical. Our participants were just wonderful – curious, talented, passionate, kind. We had the best time, ate the most delicious seasonal meals and got to spend an entire weekend sharing our passion for food and
Happy HALLOWEEN! I know that my pumpkin spice chocolate truffles were kind of the perfect Halloween treat, but I couldn’t resist to the temptation of sharing another Halloween flavoured recipe for this special week. Halloween around here means marathons of horror movies. Whenever we’re at home, there’s always an old Friday the 13th, Freddy or Halloween movie in the background.
One of the many amazing things about starting a blog is without a doubt the wonderful community we’re lucky to become a part of. The connections we have the chance to make are probably one of the biggest perks of blogging. It’s been a real privilege for me these past few months to be able to “meet” people (even if
It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada, which means today I will be travelling to Montreal to go back home and spend the next few days with family and friends. I love these long weekends. They’re usually filled with great food, good company, and simple, joyful moments. These little breaks from the big city are always welcomed. And it looks like