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Hello again 

*blink blink* Well, everything is where I left it. That’s good. It’s been a (long) while. There’s been a lot going on, including having been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. And maybe I’ll share at some point all the stuff behind my unintended hiatus.  Continue reading

Soft Espresso Gingersnaps

Soft Espresso Gingersnaps | My Edible Journey

I know that for some, the notion of a “soft gingersnap” is oxymoronic. Gingersnaps are meant to “snap.” To be crisp and firm. I’m a little more liberal in my use of the word. To me, any ginger flavoured cookie with molasses is a gingersnap.  Thick or thin, crisp or chewy, puffy or flat, they’re all gingersnaps and we love them.

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Cranberry Clementine Marmalade

Cranberry Clementine Marmalade | My Edible Journey

I’m not a fan of buying stuff for the sake of stuff. Gifts, no matter how small, need to have meaning. So when I got word that we were doing an exchange at a party we’re going to ($5 or less), I knew I was going to make something.

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Gingersnap Biscotti

Gingersnap Biscotti |My Edible JourneyGetting that feeling

It’s mid-November (what? how?!) and the temps have definitely dropped. In fact, it’s been ever so lightly snowing all morning. And with the shift in weather, my thoughts begin to turn to pre-pre-holiday flavours. I’m not in full on festive mode yet, but I am craving warm spices and cozy tastes. Ginger is the taste of November (as you can also see here in my ginger oatmeal cookie). Continue reading

Rhubarb Compote

Granola Topped Rhubarb Fool | My Edible Journey

Hi. I’m back. It wasn’t the hiatus that I’d expected, and I didn’t quite accomplish what I wanted to with this space, but I can’t keep things on hold indefinitely while I sort out techy issues. Plus, the garden is producing food again! So how can I stay away? Continue reading

Coleslaw with Miso Dressing

Coleslaw with Miso Dressing |My Edible Journey

I *think* it’s safe to say that the weather is turning cool.  It sure looks that way this week.  We’ve turned on the furnace.  That means something, right?  Though I do hope that it is still nice enough for a pleasant evening of Hallowe’en trick or treating.

It’s natural that when the weather turns cool, one’s culinary thoughts turn to things like warm breads, hearty stews and crunchy coleslaw.  Wait… what? Continue reading