I love pancakes. Since moving to the UK, I’ve come to appreciate the thin crepe-like pancakes that are favoured on this side of the Atlantic (they are optimal vehicles for Nutella). However, thick, fluffy pancakes will always be my favourite.... Continue reading →
As a Canadian living abroad, it is essential that I import my own supply of maple syrup. The maple syrup sold here is heinously expensive and packaged in tiny bottles. Even worse is the fake maple syrup that is basically... Continue reading →
Last Monday was July 1st, which is Canada day and also my dear older brother’s birthday. Yesterday was one of my close friend’s birthday, so I had many reasons to do some celebratory baking. The weather this weekend has been... Continue reading →
Fudge. Even the name sounds decadent. It’s rich, it’s creamy, and it’s sweet enough to send any kid swinging from the rafters. It’s also one of my favourite confections of all time. I find it very interesting to see how... Continue reading →
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This is revision week in St Andrews, the week before exams start where we’re supposed to bed down and barricade ourselves inside our rooms or a small corner of the library with all of our textbooks, notes and th disintegrating threads of our sanity.