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WHAT’S FOR DINNER?

By |January 14, 2019|Categories: , |

BY KARIN RIEMER, ELEMENTARY VICE PRINCIPAL AND UPPER PRIMARY TEACHER I’m married to a chef. My husband can make food taste like angels peed on your tongue (that is a good thing). He treats food like art. Even finishing salt gets sprinkled on by hand, with a flourish, while leaning in closely to the plate. Gary can look in the fridge and make something delicious. I can look in the fridge and get milk for cereal. Cool by Association Before we married, he worked as an executive chef and opened restaurants in Toronto, Niagara Falls, Whistler and Vancouver. Although [...]

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