I’m not much of a baker; the science behind it is what scares me the most. In a culinary field where precise measurements are integral to the success of a perfectly risen soufflé or moistness of a cake mixed with my spaztastic clumsiness is enough pressure on my shoulders to be comfortable with shunning it […]


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Since eating half my body weight over the holidays, I’ve been finding myself trying to watch what kinds of food I’m eating and how much of what I’m watching, I shovel into my mouth. It’s a simple equation on the road to healthier eating… “Don’t eat so much crap”. Being my mantra for the next […]


It’s that time of year again… when the city is plastered with wretched fluffy white stuff, people’s driving abilities are diminished, festive mall sweats hinge on the border of full on anxiety attacks and your halls are decked with Holly’s balls; yes, the holidays. Once a year I dust off my old note book and […]


I’ve been told I’m an open book; I hide nothing from anyone and will not shy away from anything. That being said, yesterday I was caught singing to my jam on the radio while stuck in traffic. When I say caught “singing”, I really mean rocking out and full on playing the air-piano on the […]

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I think it’s a funny phenomenon when the weather gets hot and gross, the kinds of food people gravitate to. “It’s 40 degrees with ass-crack drenching humidity, hey, I’ve got an idea, lets go stand next to the barbecue and cook stuff with fire, there are a few glands left on my leg that still […]


Tis the season where everyone gives the winter coats and snow boots a big middle finger and tell snowboarders and skiers to suck it. Spring has sprung and a soon prevailing winds will blanket the city in the aroma of manure from farmers planting their crops from south of the city. I know it’s gross […]