Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dress-Up Day.

When I was a kid, my favourite show was Polka Dot Door. It ruled. One of my Mom’s favourite stories about me is also about Polka Dot Door, thanks to many, many weekday afternoons of watching it with me. Polka … Continue reading

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Nutritional Yeast.

There are times when I’m entirely positive that cooking is the very best metaphor for life. You try to stick to the recipe set out for you, you end up substituting ingredients for things you either a) already have or … Continue reading

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Robots are 01100011011011110110111101101100.

Look what I made: It’s a robot, you guys. ROBOTS. Mini cube robots that spin and move and light up and create bar graphs! Yesterday was a sneak peak of the digiPlaySpace at TIFF, and I loved it. I spent my … Continue reading

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Pomp & Circumstance

A few weeks back, I made cupcakes. They looked a lot like volcanoes. Especially that one on the right – it’s winning All the 4th Grade Science Fairs. But more importantly, the cupcakes were made in recognition of a long standing tradition … Continue reading

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The Cow Sweater.

Some days, when I get dressed to go to work, I put on my Cow Sweater. It doesn’t usually make it out the door. For the first two months I owned it, this particular sweater wasn’t called The Cow Sweater … Continue reading

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