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Mairlyn Smith

I am the only professional home economist in the world who is also an alumnus of the Second City Comedy Troupe, not only do I bring knowledge about foods and nutrition to the table, but I do it with a smile and a giggle.

I’m happy to share recipes.  For permission to use any of my recipes for publication or in your blog or website please shoot me an email mairlyn@mairlynsmith.com.

Or follow me on Twitter or Instagram @MairlynSmith, or Facebook!

Wishing you,
Peace, love and fibre

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no bake blueberry cheesecake

No Bake Individual Blueberry Cheesecakes

Serves 6 If you follow me you know I do not sacrifice flavour when I put my Mairlyn spin on a dessert. This lower fat, lower sugar no bake blueberry cheesecake has just the right amount of sweet, blue…
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Barley and blueberry salad with fresh dill

Blueberry Salad with Barley and Dill

Makes 4 cups This easy to make summer salad using fibre rich cooked barley and seasonal local blueberries is a cinch to make. Note: this salad uses leftover cooked barley – click here for Barley…
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all Canadian recipe for butter tarts

Cranberry Maple Butter Tarts

From Homegrown Recipe by: Sue Soderman, P.H.Ec. Makes 12 tarts These maple cranberry butter tarts fall under my definition of a treat. They are fabulous to eat and only to be indulged in for special o…
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Mairlyn is standing in front of a table

How to Save Money on Groceries

Groceries are getting more expensive especially during these Covid times, but the cost of choosing healthier foods doesn’t have to put a burden on your grocery budget. Studies show that eating whole…
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a summer side dish

Asparagus Salad

Serves 4 Cue the fireworks it’s local asparagus season. There is nothing better than fresh local produce. It’s a win/win when you buy local, you’re getting the freshest possible prod…
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a summer salad with barley and almonds

Asian Barley Salad

serves – 4 Fibre is a super star in my books. Fibre helps support your immune system, especially soluble fibre. The two soluble fibre stars in this recipe are barley and peas. This is one of my …
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