My apologies for the lack of activity and recipes happening here. I was so busy enjoying one of the best summers on record and being a new auntie to the sweetest little man ever I didn’t stop to document recipes or take photos with my camera. This photo was captured at the tail end of summer at Cropthorne Farm.
We are now well into fall and Thanksgiving is just days away. My favourite meal of the year. There is nothing like the first big harvest meal of the season.
I intend to get back in the groove of sharing more photos, recipes and images here in the coming months. A lot of my creative energy has been devoted to a new project I am most excited about. I am starting a food magazine with two dear and talented friends called Bread and Butter Magazine. We are in the final stretch of getting our first edition together and it is all very exciting. I can’t wait to share what we have been up to over the last many months. The first edition will be available online but it is our goal and dream to move to print.
I also shot some photos recently of my dear friend Julie in her beautiful kitchen making orecchiette and tomato sugo. Recipes and photos are on her site Kitchen Culinaire.
I just wanted to take a quick moment to update you on what I have been up to and to wish all my Canadian friends a very Happy Thanksgiving. I am so thankful to be a part of an amazing local food community, to know personally many of the people who grow the food that nourishes me on a daily basis and to have so many creative and talented people in my life that I call friends.
I hope you have the chance to share good food around the table with loved ones this weekend.