C i n c o d e M a y o. Yes – this occasion has nothing to do with Canada or the US for that matter, but any excuse to make some Mexican food and drink some margs and you have me at hello. Here are nine of my favorite Cinco De Mayo recipes…Read More
Bread. Gosh, I LOVE bread. Warm bread with melted butter… need I say more? Artisan bread always fascinated me; the décor, the floured surface, the big loafs just waiting to be cut into. Is there such a thing as lazy artisan bread? I never imagined. Why? It all looks so complicated… So, I went searching…Read More
Like many people around the country, Chicken + Waffles has become one of our favorite brunch items. It’s easy to see why this dish has gained popularity in recent years. The sweet combined with the savory and a kick of spice takes our taste buds to flavor heaven. One of the challenges with making Chicken…Read More
You can never have too many variations of tacos. The other day I was looking for something to make in my pressure cooker as some braised meat sounded good while the weather outside was dreadful and cold. I went looking for a piece of inexpensive meat for some braised tacos and found an inside round…Read More
Is there anything better than warm focaccia? Rich olive oil, with chucks of salt and the subtle hint of rosemary makes this recipe a fan favorite. Eat the bread fresh from the oven with some olive oil and balsamic or use for your next turkey sandwich, panini, or grilled cheese. Check out our basic cranberry…Read More
Thea's culinary journey began over a decade ago when she reignited a lifelong passion for great flavors in her own kitchen. Since then she has appeared on both Canadian and American television, acted as a national campaign spokesperson for major lifestyle chains, and served as brand ambassador for a wide range of food and home brands. Her unique experiences make her lens into the world both captivating and fun.
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When not working, Thea's energetic and zealous approach to life takes her all around the world experiencing culinary delights and new cultural experiences.
At home she enjoys a good bottle of Cabernet and a quiet night in the kitchen with Jazz on the radio.