A year in review: 2015

We love reminiscing over the wonderful year we’ve had here at blondewalk. From baking a different pie every month to sharing our IKEA kitchen reno, our CTV exclusive interview, a new baby, new birthdays and a month long journey across the pond – just to name a few. It has been an eventful year to say the least… more»

Holiday traditions: Norwegian lefse

Making lefse during the holidays is a Scandinavian tradition we have done since we were babies. This year, there were four generations in the kitchen rolling lefse dough – what a gift… more»

Stocking stuffers under $25

Christmas stockings are no longer filled with candy canes and Christmas oranges. We have created a guide to help you find the perfect items for all the stockings you are filing this holiday season… more»

Celebrating harvest

Harvest marks the end of a growing cycle and is a seasonal celebration of hard work. As it comes to an end this year, it is timed perfectly with the celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving, which is a special time to give thanks for the good in our lives and to the many farmers who have harvested the crops… more»

Sweet Paul Christening

Sweet Paul was christened in cottage country a few weeks ago. After a wonderful ceremony, close family was invited back to our cottage to relish in good eats. The highlights of the meal included homemade buns and an array of Norwegian specialties… more»

Father’s day gift guide

On this Father’s Day, we know all the dads will be looking forward to gathering around the grill with family and enjoying a memorable summer meal while sipping a G&T or two… more»

Floral crowns – Step by step guide

There is something whimsical and charming about floral crowns – they finish off an outfit and add something special to the gathering. We have created our own floral crowns for various functions in the past and are excited to share some tips that we have learned throughout… more»

In the kitchen with: Michelle Zimmer (Wild Serendipity Foods)

Every Saturday morning the people of Saskatoon line up at Michelle Zimmer’s booth at the Farmers Market for her freshly made scones and colourful French macarons. Over the last few years, we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Michelle and have fallen in love with her heavenly baking. Therefore, we were thrilled when Michelle generously agreed to have us in her commercial kitchen (located in her home) to observe the process of her macaron making… more»

Easter scavenger hunt

We have always loved Easter for the spiritual significance, fabulous food and family time. We plan to decorate Easter eggs and sugar cookies this weekend, but we have also prepared an innovative Easter egg scavenger hunt for the kids… more»

Breakfast in bed

On our birthdays, we are traditionalists; the birthday boy/girl wakes up to a leisurely breakfast in bed. We indulge ourselves in comforting food, opening presents and relaxing whilst enjoying premium coffee and conversation… more»