Hungarian Homecooked Heaven

Travel is a wonderful thing and I am very thankful for the opportunity; however, there is something so nice about being back at home. In fact, make that many things, including having access to my own kitchen! In honour of heading back home, here is a little bit of home-cooked heaven: […]

All in a Day’s Work

Lasagne is a dish that takes a bit of effort and preparation, but I feel it is definitely worth it. As with anything, it’s great to work hard and enjoy the results. All in a day’s work, after all! Here is a vegetarian lasagne recipe I modified from one of […]

A Little Taste of Luxury

    One of our stops around the USA on our “Around the World in 88 Days” trip was Charlottesville, Virginia. We had been there a couple of times before, but it was the first time we discovered a wonderful restaurant where I can safely say I had the most […]

Exercise Essentials

Today I would love to share my exercise philosophy with you here at Hot Tea, Travel, & Thyme. Disclaimer: Please always check with your doctor and/or fitness trainer for advice relevant for your individual situation and to meet your specific needs. For me, the primary aim of exercise is **feeling good** […]

Comfort Cooking for Cold Climates

Join me for some cold climate comfort food as I eat my way through Dublin and Manchester: Spinach and Pumpkin Lasagne, Irish Stew, and a Wild Mushroom and Lentil Pie. Enjoy a taste of comfort for yourself with recipes for a Hearty Veggie Pie and a Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie.

Hot Tomato, Cold Tomato

At our house, tomatoes are among our favourite ingredients by far when it comes to lunches and dinners. When it comes to tomatoes you really can’t go wrong. Try these recipes for a spicy Summer Salsa and tasty Tomato Surprise.