Another week of eating at home, but our weekend was spent in Markham, where we visited the Night It Up market, ate some sushi, and snacked on some yummy soft serve.
Happy Canada Day ♡ Kevin and I reached a new achievement this week: we ate only home-cooked meals for all seven days! Fingers crossed we can keep it up.
I’m obsessed with making tons of Hokkaido milk bread this week. Read on to see three batches baked three ways: traditional recipe, vegan, and hand-kneaded.
My love affair with the stand mixer continues so there’s a lot of bread in this post. We also ate out three times this week: at the Bauer Kitchen, Mr Yin’s, and Ennio’s Pasta House.
Back to the daily grind this week, but I’m happy I can go back to cooking new foods and trying recipes after a short break! Now that my mixer has arrived, I’ve broken it in by baking some hot dog and hamburger buns.
On Thursday, we traveled to Quebec’s largest city for a weekend getaway, and had our fill of delicious, unhealthy, ultra-rich Montreal food. I hope you like reading about it as much as we loved eating it.
This week’s food diary is getting cut short, because I’ll be traveling to Montreal on Thursday to watch the F1 Grand Prix. The meals are mostly fridge cleanout type dishes that I threw together.
I’m happy to say I didn’t generate any food waste this week. I’m getting better at using up leftovers in my fridge, and it’s probably because cooking for two people is easier than for one, even if I have to make separate meals a lot of the time.
Found a way to re-purpose okara (strained-out soy milk pulp) into vegan fish! My less successful projects this week include pork belly and avocado cookies.
I’ve been busy at work and haven’t had time to pay much attention to my diet, so this has been a poorly-tracked week overall. Can’t wait ’til April is over!