As an immigrant to Canada from the old world, I was reluctant in the beginning to embrace the Halloween tradition. I thought it was only a commercial event meant to sell costumes and candy. That was before I began to understand the true meaning of Halloween.Add a comment
By Kari Svenneby
Make a healty and seasonal soup for your Halloween party or for dinner on Halloween Night!
Little ghostlings needs lots of energy for trick and treating.Add a comment
Get in Halloween spirit with Debra Scott in the Beach Club.Add a comment
By Kari Svenneby
Try this delicious pie for Thanksgiving. Why buy a pie when you can make a much better one yourself. This year make your pie with homemade puree. It is a little more work, but it taste much better and the added bonus is that it is great lesson for your children. Pumpkins are not only used for Jack Lanterns but also for baking. If you have the chance you can even head out to a pumpkin patch and pick pumpkins for the front porch and the pie.Add a comment
We managed to fill an entire weekend based around building pumpkin scarecrows. It was a perfect combination of playing, house chore, family outing, harvesting and lots of arts and crafts.Add a comment
Even though I’m sad to see summer go away, I’m looking forward to fall. I love autumn in Toronto with its mild temperatures and colorful leaves. But most of all, I love the bounty of harvest Ontario offers for me as an immigrant to the new world.
The gourds, squash, and pumpkins fascinate me. They look funny and they taste so good. With so many local ingredients available, I try out new recipes every year and dust off my old favorites.Add a comment