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Happy Black Friday, y’all! Out of all the deals going around, by far my favourite is the one going on over at my home grown Chapters Indigo! If you can’t find the time to do a little shopping today, don’t fret as they have some deals going on through the weekend! Check out some of my picks of nic-nac paddywacks below, and get the ins of what’s really going on, including a sneak peek of Cyber Monday deals… 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11  Style 50% off Matt and Nat and other select bags 40% off Hats, Scarves, Mitts 40% off Best Gifts for Men 25% off S’well water bottles 20% off S’ip water bottles 40% off Select Kate Spade Tabletop Gifts 40% off Reading Socks Home 40% off Pillows & Throws 40% off Ornaments Read More

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Believe it or not, up until a month ago, our friend with an organic apple farm was still harvesting his cherry/grape/heirloom tomatoes. I decided to take them, roast them up, just to pull all of that sweet goodness out of them, toss them with some pea shoots, and have a burrata party! And with the newly opened Bosa’s on Victoria Drive…. open 7 days a week (!)… you can too! This meal and/or appetizer, paired with a red Sangiovese, or a white Vermentino just screams “come over for dinner, and eat my delicious food”, or “throw on some sweatpants, Netflix n’ chill”. Take your pick, but both sound fantastic to me. Happy Monday!   Late Harvest Roasted Tomatoes & Pea Shoots with Burrata. Serves 2  (because who wants to share burrata with more than one person??) Ingredients 1 ball of burrata, washed & dried, seasoned with fleur de sel & Read More

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dear ones, as I sit here typing away in a cozy sweater, sipping on my homemade pumpkin spiced latte, watching the rain pouring down and the leaves blowing off the trees, I realize there is no mistaking it: fall is officially here! along with the changing leaves and pumpkin spiced everything, you’ve probably also noticed an increase in the sneezing and coughing around the office and a decrease in your colleagues’ attendance.  that’s right folks, it’s also officially #fluseason.  before you go running for the one litre bottle of hand sanitizer and a flu shot, I’m offering up some tips to help you keep your immune system up and/or fight off the plague if it strikes you down this year. and psssst: these tips can actually be used all year round! Stress: it’s a widely accepted theory that stress contributes to a lowered immune system, not to mention it just generally feels bad Read More

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{ Jiminy has some news….. } Happy Monday to all you lovely people out there. I come to you with some news, that some may find exciting, and some may find upsetting. I’m a mixture of the two. I have been feeling a bit worn out lately, and contemplating a little change. I need to take a break from blogging; take a step back, recharge my batteries, and see what happens over the next couple months….. With that being said, I want to put the call out for guest bloggers. I would hate to see this blog that I’ve spent so much time on over the past (almost) six years go stale, so I put it out there for anyone interested in having a whirl at blogging, to reach out to me with their pitch, and we’ll see what sticks. It can be anything from food, to travel, to life, Read More

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Sometimes you just want a light and easy side dish to accompany your Thanksgiving meal. And this hash is quite possibly the easiest thing to throw together. Enjoy this any night of the fall/winter, but there really is no harm in including it for that family celebration this weekend – if only just to be sure you actually get to hang out with the family, rather than slaving away in the kitchen. Butternut Squash, Rutabaga, & Brussels Sprout Hash Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 2 cups brussels sprouts, halved (the really small ones can be left whole) 2 cups butternut squash, peeled, 1/2 – 1 in cubes 2 cups rutabaga, peeled, 1/2 – 1 in cubes 1 large clove garlic, smashed, roughly chopped 2 – 3 good pinches coarse salt A good hefty pinch of freshly cracked black pepper A couple good turns of the bowl with extra virgin olive oil Read More

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