About

My name is Abby Kosmenko and this is my blog.

I’m originally from Whitehorse, Yukon and I now live in Vancouver, BC.  I decided to start this blog to share my love of good food and to keep me accountable to myself in my goal to cook, eat and live a healthier lifestyle. I also wanted learn more about photography and get a chance to use my fancy new camera more often.

I try to focus on lighter alternatives to traditional recipes as well as new healthy recipes. But since I love to bake, there will be the occasional scrumptious treat that’s guaranteed to be sinful. We all need a little sugar based excitement in our lives.

If you would like to contact me my email is lemonsavory@gmail.com. I’d love to hear from you. Enjoy the site!

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10 responses to “About

  1. Barbara Drury

    Abby, amazing site!~!!!!! I love your writing style, your photos are amazing, and I am looking forward to trying your recipes!!!!!!
    Hurray for you and your excellent blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    all the very best,
    Barbara

  2. Adrien

    Abby…..I’m extremely impressed. Love the humour that you have add in your instructions. You’ve taken the stuffy out of stuffy writing. Great pictures also. All the very best of luck with your blog. Look forward to reading and trying some of your ideas. Adrien (uncle Boo’s other half)

  3. Fara

    Hi Abby,
    So much fun! I love your blog and good for you for taking something you are passionate about and going with it. Looking forward to more recipes/
    All the best,
    Fara

  4. Great site Abby! I am loving the recipes, and photos!
    New name is pretty cool too :)

  5. Anna

    Just heard about your website. I will read it when my garden chores are over. Anyway one question for you. Do you need any new nails!? I am sure you remember.

  6. Stevie Aitken

    Hi Abby, just heard about your site from your Mum and its great! Your pictures of the puddings are really well done, they really look quite yummy and…..I HATE PUDDING,,all I can think of is slimey Tapiocca with raisins floating around,,Ugh,,and we kids were forced to eat it ( we couldn`t leave the table until it was gone)
    On a lighter note, do you remember in Waterloo when you weren`t feeling well I used to make you what we called `sickie eggs`and they always made you feel better.Gotta get back to reading your recipes, keep up the good work.
    Aunty Steffi

  7. Question: How did you get that foodgawker button on your page? I can’t figure it out!

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