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Spiced Melon Mint Soup

Spiced Melon Mint Soup

In the summer time when the weather is hot, you can stretch right up and touch the sky….sorry just singing a little Mungo Jerry. You can make this soup, in the time it takes you to listen to that song. (Okay, maybe a little longer, […]

Cherry Blue Flank Salad

Cherry Blue Flank Salad

Hot summer nights may be good for sitting outside, cool drinks, staying up late and summer loving, but one thing they are not good for is cooking in the kitchen! When it’s hot, most people don’t want to crank up the oven or stand over […]

Fresh and Easy Zucchini Basil Soup

Fresh and Easy Zucchini Basil Soup

Zucchini! I am always amazed at how many zucchinis one plant seems to produce! I love to plant zucchini in the garden in Italy, but sometimes my challenge seems to be what to do with it all! If you’re like me, you’ll like the upcoming August […]

Nanaimo Bars

Nanaimo Bars

The Nanaimo Bar is a classic Canadian no-bake dessert named after Nanaimo, British Columbia. It first appeared in 1953 in a cookbook recipe by Edith Adams. This sweet treat is considered Canada’s own and part of our culinary heritage! Upon further investigation, however, it appears […]

Fast Easy Mediterranean Chicken

Fast Easy Mediterranean Chicken

Happy Monday! Check out the NEW LOOK Travel*Food*Cool website! Let me know what you think! Summertime and warm weather mean spending time outside with family and friends. Summertime also means that no one really wants to be stuck inside cooking over a hot oven. Hello, barbecue! While […]

Greek Veggie Salad

Greek Veggie Salad

Since the last few posts have included Boozy Fudge and Adult Ice Cream Sodas, I thought I should be a little healthier for this post and prepare a salad. After all, barbecue and summer party season is upon us. When the weather is nice, no […]

Spring Asparagus and Mushroom Fettuccine

Spring Asparagus and Mushroom Fettuccine

Today is Memorial Day in the United States and Monday of the American long weekend (enjoy your day off, my American friends!). While May long weekends often mean that our thoughts turn to summer, I want to take advantage of the fact we’re still in […]