Judith Kahansky uses her 20+ years of professional writing experience to create content that solves readers problems and builds trust in her client’s brand. After working in the public sector for most of her career, she has expanded her reach to include her love of baking, and more specifically, helping readers “create memories with food.” She specializes in recipe development, About pages, Email Newsletters, and niche articles about lifestyle, simple living, happiness, journaling, time management, procurement, relationship management, and Hygge (the Danish concept of being cozy) Her services include blogs, articles, content strategy, infographics, white papers and case studies.
The combination of rhubarb with either fresh or frozen strawberries results in an old fashioned fruit pie. The flavour is a sweet and tangy ambrosia, with a strawberry rhubarb pie filling that tastes just like homemade strawberry rhubarb jam. Yum!
A traditional French-Canadian dish, Tourtière, or Quebec Pork Pie is usually served around the festive season. It's such a hearty meal and easy to make in batches, so batch bake several and put them in the freezer. You can pull one out and pop it in the oven one night when you are pressed for time. Just add a salad! We have an Instant Pot Tourtiere and a Stove Top Tourtiere - take your pick!
A sweet and spicy muffin that will tempt pumpkin lovers everywhere! We make 12 large muffins, but you could make mini muffins too - more to love! Be sure to double the recipe though, so there is lots to enjoy, warm from the oven, and plenty to freeze for later. Enjoy.