Hi! I’m Jennifer and I am cooking my way through the seasons in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. Seasons and Suppers is where I get a change to share what’s cooking in my kitchen throughout the year. Thanks for stopping by and happy cooking!
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So what’s cooking here?
Is it enough to say delicious stuff? Yeah, probably not. Ok then, so I love to cook and eat simple, seasonal and delicious food.
I love spending time in the kitchen, cooking and baking and enjoying the best of every season, whether it’s Winter comfort food or Summer meals on the grill. I eat all the foods, except, of course, the ones I don’t like (looking at you olives :).
I try to keep a healthy balance, indulging in some foods less often than others. I try to follow Michael Pollan’s mantra “Eat Real Food, Not Too Much, Mostly Plants” Truth be told, I struggle with the “mostly plants” part. It definitely doesn’t come naturally to me, but I’m working on it :) #FoodGoals
So you’ll find a bit of everything here – seasonal and healthy; hearty and comforting; sometimes a little bit sinful … but trying to find that healthy balance and always … real food, done delicious.
A bit more about the cook and her resident taste-testers
I am a home cook, schooled by trial and error and almost 40 years of getting dinner on the table. I also love to eat delicious food, which is probably my biggest motivation for cooking :) I’ve learned that eating well doesn’t have to involve lots of time, money or fancy ingredients. I also believe that if I’m making it myself, in my own kitchen, from good and fresh ingredients, I’m already a good part of the way to eating well.
I have been married for almost 40 years, too and am the mother of 2 now grown children. Our kids have left the nest, so we are now adjusting to being empty-nesters. So while I’m “cooking for two” a lot these days, I still remember what’s it’s like to feed a family, so I try to add family-friendly tips to the mix, when I can.
My husband is a “meat and potatoes” kind of guy. Over the years, he’s gradually come around to accepting that not every meal has to include meat and potatoes. I’m thankful for that, because I love to explore new flavours.
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Last updated: April 27, 2023