New ideas for a new year

‘Twas the night before the night before Christmas and we’re ready for some family time! As such, our blog will be on hiatus until the new year, though you may still see us hopping around on Facebook or Twitter between turkey feasts and Christmas cheer. Before we

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Soup’s on!

The weather outside just keeps getting colder and closer to winter, which means that soup is always on the list of things to make in the Never Enough Thyme kitchen. We have our classic favourites in store to take home, but I’ve also been looking at some

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Staying focused amidst a busy schedule

Now that school has been back in for a month, you’re probably in the swing of things, which means your schedule is also likely busy with after school activities, friend gatherings and whatever else comes up in the meantime. While this time of year can be exciting

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A pizette with pizzazz

Earlier this year, we catered a cocktail party at the newly renovated (and impressively so!) St. Jacobs Country Playhouse – a thank you for the RWAM employees. There were many food options, but one in particular went quickly – our black and blue pizette – which can

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Keep variety; re-work these classic dishes

In this day of recycling and up-cycling and so much choice and variety, I’m always thinking of ways I can re-work classic dishes to be re-inspired. It’s a great option if you like to change things up in the kitchen and keep things spicy. I know I

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Get creative with corn-on-the-cob butters

It’s August, and that means that local corn-on-the-cob is here! There’s nothing like a freshly husked cob on the side of any dinner to indicate that it’s summer in Ontario. It is especially a favourite at barbecues and pig roasts – an easy way to feed lots

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Dress up your burger

With the popularity of shows that tour diners and dives looking for the best hamburgers with the most ridiculous toppings (like pulled pork on top of a beef stuffed chicken burger), burger toppings have extended way beyond the typical ketchup, relish, mustard condiments. We’ve even seen peanut

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Confessions of a busy mom

Being a mom can be a full-time job, on top of your full-time job. Our life is particularly hectic with two kids, a husband, and being a business owner. Cooking for a living means there is no regular, Monday to Friday, 9 to 5 shift. And sometimes,

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From the street to your dinner table

With shows like Good Eats, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, and You Gotta Eat Here (the Canadian version of triple D), the popularity of street food has continued to grow over the past couple of years and isn’t just for the likes of warm weather places like California

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