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“Miss Emily” by Nuala O’Connor – A Novel That Reinvents Emily Dickinson and Makes me Love Her Even More {A Review}.

| June 30, 2015 | 2 Comments
“Miss Emily” by Nuala O’Connor – A Novel That Reinvents Emily Dickinson and Makes me Love Her Even More {A Review}.

Other than her infamous poetry, which I studied in university, I was not fully familiar with the idiosyncrasies of Emily Dickinson’s life until I read the historical fiction novel, Miss Emily by Irish author, Nuala O’Connor. Within pages of the first chapter I found myself researching Emily Dickinson’s life to find out more about her solitude and preference […]

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Two Perfect Cookbooks For The Family Chef and Food Lover On Your Christmas List

| December 11, 2014 | 11 Comments
Two Perfect Cookbooks For The Family Chef and Food Lover On Your Christmas List

My goal this Christmas was to find two good cookbooks for three people I know that love to cook, but have very different cooking goals. Two people were my brother- and sister-in-law. They have a young daughter and are interested in healthy family meals that are cost-effective, as well as nutritious and tasty. The second […]

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Eating Well with Chef Michael Smith’s Family Meals – A Review

| September 18, 2014 | 8 Comments
Eating Well with Chef Michael Smith’s Family Meals – A Review

I am a huge fan of Chef Michael Smith. I have avidly watched him on Chef at Home and Chef Abroad, own many of his cookbooks and made a point of stopping by his Flavour Shack in Souris, PEI when I was visiting Prince Edward Island this past summer. His cooking and recipes are appealing to […]

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