This time of year I often find myself perched in my deep windowsills, wrapped in a warm blanket, comfort food in hand, staring out my window at the overloaded apple tree. I can never get enough of autumn. The colours, the cool crisp air, the flavours... Everything hits you at once following a hot, . . .
It snowed last week. It is Halloween, and there has already been snow on the ground! It is almost instinct now. As soon as the first few specks of white start falling from the clouds, I find myself in . . .
So much has changed since the last Distant Kitchens post just a few short weeks ago. I have returned back to work after a year off with my little growing family and Erin and her husband have been up to their eyeballs in shows and work for Richard Clarkson Studios. It is certainly taking some . . .
Big changes are happening to our family. After spending a year at home with my favourite little people, I am back to my cubical in Ottawa. I already miss seeing my babies every morning, sharing breakfast while talking about our plans for the day. I have already spent a few days out of my kitchen . . .
Summer is quickly creeping away on us. I feel like I'm dreadfully waiting for school to start as I count down the days until I return to work after a wonderful year off with my family. Things are changing here, whether we like it or not, so I guess it is time to embrace it, right? I am never good . . .
When I asked Olive what type of cake Henry might want for his birthday, I should have predicted her answer. We are all about sparkles and sprinkles over here, so it came as no surprise that we would celebrate with sprinkles. They may not be the most manly thing, but Olive was happy, and Henry didn't . . .