When I was in elementary school, pizza pockets were my go-to after school snack. We always had a box in the freezer and I burned my tongue often on the cheesy, saucy treat. When Alivia first started eating pizza, we would deconstruct her slice, toppings in a pile next to squares of cut up crust.
Whenever Stephen and I get Chinese BBQ, I waffle between the roast duck or charsiu while he, without any hesitation, orders two ribs of roast pork. It’s a dish we usually pick up for family dinners or special occasions. Thus with the lack of social gatherings, plus being at home for the past year, the
In our household, I fondly refer to the months from October to February as Celebration Season. The holidays begin with Thanksgiving in October, followed by Stephen’s birthday, then mine in November, Christmas, Lunar New Year and wrap up at the end of February with Alivia’s birthday. Lunar New Year has always been one of my
The holidays this year will be different from what we’re used to. Smaller, more intimate but no less festive. Our tree is up, my Christmas playlist has been on repeat since December 1st and we’ve already built two giant snowmen. While Stephen and I won’t be hosting any social gatherings this year, we are still
Somehow Stephen and I have made it this long without an air fryer. His parents have raved about theirs for months and even brought the appliance over to our house once to make dinner. When we were contacted to continue working with the Turkey Farmers of Canada in collaboration with CHEFMAN to test out their