Dairy free, gluten-free, guilt free and deliciously creamy with a variety of toppings, this butternut mac and ‘cheese’ is the perfect fall comfort food! Spicy mushroom and walnut ‘chorizo’, tangy and funky kimchi kraut, toasty and roasty cauliflower… choose one, pick all three, try your own or eat it plain… whatever you decide this mac and ‘cheese’ is absolutely delish!
Creamy and aromatic this coconut green bean curry is rich yet summery. Here I use the most delicious sungold cherry tomatoes (but you can use any tomatoes you like, even canned ones work well) as a base for the curry and cooked them down to concentrate their flavour. They give the curry a beautiful bright colour and lend a nice sweetness to the dish.
Sweet, sour, spicy, salty… these ribs are unctuous and flavourful! Slow cooked slathered in spices, brushed with honey, vinegar and garam masala then back into the oven to become all crispy and caramelized.
Perfect for a summer picnic or a backyard BBQ, this potato salad is far from the common mayonnaise based salad of my childhood. Toasted spices, lemony red onion, waxy fingerling potatoes and peas that burst in your mouth! So delicious we’ve eaten it with dinner three weeks in a row!
A flavourful filling of local pasture raised/finished beef with colourful peppers all wrapped up in crisp lettuce with rice noodles, carrots and cucumbers. If you can’t find large heads of lettuce… worry not, Just double up on the rice noodles and make it a delicious noodle bowl!
This week was filled with thundershowers, torrential downpours and brisk nights… despite this lackluster weather, we did awake to the chirping of a humming bird with its face all up in our balcony nasturtiums, which kind of equalled the best way to wake up… This cooler weather had me craving something warm and comforting, so I whipped up a twist on classic risotto.
A little sweet, a little spicy and a lot savoury…here we have large pan of (grass fed and finished, local) ground beef and some early season local organic broccoli, that we smother in an orange sauce creating a meal that is so So SO tasty! This recipe is super flexible, don’t have broccoli on hand? no problem substitute some kale, cabbage or kholrabi. No ground beef? use ground pork, chicken or turkey. The options are nearly endless and the results are truly satiating.
These spice rubbed salmon tacos are packed with bold flavours and nutritious ingredients. They are quick to prepare and sure to satisfy… let’s be real, anything in a corn tortilla is sure to be delicious!
Whether you’re looking for something delicious to eat for breakfast, or the perfect gift to give away for the holidays, this maple matcha granola is for you. Put it in a nice glass jar, throw a bow on it, and give it to all of your nearest and dearest. The best gifts are the ones you can eat!
With a mouthful of a name this bulgogi recipe is far from the traditional beef based Korean dish. Nevertheless this vegetarian filling leaves vegetarians and carnivores alike satiated and content. Packed with protein, tofu and quinoa are marinated in a korean style bulgogi sauce and then pan-fried until golden brown. It’s easy to feast, guilt free, on delicious lettuce wraps, with crunchy carrots and cabbage topped with quick pickled cucumbers.