Pot of Gold is a fictional story about a Halifax family during the inter-war years between the Halifax Explosion and the VE Day riots. It is my favourite thing I’ve ever written and I consider it my love letter to the place where I grew up.

Caroline’s Cupcakes is my first work of (romantic, foodie) chick-lit fiction. It was a lot of fun to write, especially because of the cupcakes.

Kitchen Party is a collection of food-themed essays from my time as a Toronto food writer. It’s full of memories and rants and documents my discovery and love of all things culinary.