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There’s a few dishes I make that can really stink up my apartment. (do you like my honesty?). In no particular order they are:

1. TUNA BURGERS : Delicious and easy to make…but man-oh-man the odour from these tuna burgers permeates the air like there is no tomorrow!

odour - tuna burgers

2. BEER BATTERED TILAPIAOne of my favorite meals to make but there is a price to pay. #fryingsmell

odour - beer battered

3. POTATO LATKES: Thankfully I only make this dish around Chanuka but still….

odour - potato4. FRENCH FRIES: As much as I love my beloved french fries…., the smell it leaves behind is almost unbearable.

odour - french fryI’m pretty sure that even when I lived in a house, the air was still thick with food odours whenever I fried something. I tried incense, opening windows, boiling cinnamon water…you name it. Then I was introduced to the Honeywell AirGenius 5 Air Cleaner. Talk about a brilliant machine. I press a button and bingo – no more “odour”.

Here’s more info about this genius machine. (no pun intended)

The Honeywell AirGenius 5 Air Cleaner takes the guesswork out of air purification with SMART CONTROLS that DO THE THINKING FOR YOU with five intuitive operation settings: Sleep, Germs, General, Allergen, and Max.

It’s easy to maintain and QUIET too. (seriously)

So, if you suffer from allergies or want to eliminate nasty odors from your house/apartment- the Honeywell AirGenius 5 Air Cleaner is the answer!!

honeywellPlease note: I was provided with a Honeywell AirGenius 5 Air Cleaner, however all opinions in this blog post are my own.

For more information:

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When I was growing up, my mom made salmon burgers. But I’m not crazy about the smell of canned salmon so I started to make tuna burgers. They are easy to make, nutritious (I think) and freeze beautifully. Here’s the recipe.


4 tins of tuna

4 eggs

2 cups of breadcrumbs (preferably real breadcrumbs. I always seem to have some in my freezer. I’m normal. I swear)


salt and pepper

a chunk of red onion


1. Take all the ingredients and whiz them up in a food processor.

Oh how I love my Cuisinart Food Processor

2. Shape into patties

3. Drop into a frying pan with a bit of oil.



Ta Da

I’m going to serve these yummy tuna burgers with an assortment of condiments: mango chutney, Maille mustard, jalepeno jelly, and more. I collect condiments. Did you know?

I will also be serving them along side some roasted organic veggies that were graciously delivered by Fresh City Farms. I was blown away with the flavor of these vegetables. What a difference it makes. Can’t wait to share these veggies with my guests:

Other items I will be serving include a kale salad with curry sesame seeds and a lemon pistachio napa cabbage salad. Promise to post those two recipes on Wednesday so make sure you come back to!!

Happy Cooking!!

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