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Category Archives: Savoury Recipes

Easy Weeknight Taco Bowl

For the Beef: 1 onion 2 large carrots 2 celery stalks 3 garlic cloves 1.5 lbs ground beef 2 tbsp All Purpose SeasoningView full post »

All Purpose Seasoning Mix

2 tsp oregano 2 tsp cumin 1 tsp chipotle powder 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp sea salt Combine ingredients and store in aView full post »

Creamy Beans – Comfort Food that’s Good for You

This dish transports me to a cozy pub (like the one above in London) on a rainy day, snuggled up by a crackling fire. View full post »

Pie for breakfast? Yes!

Oh the joys of smoothie invention – endless possibilities and endless opportunities for a happy tummy! ThisView full post »

Greens in Disguise

So everyone keeps telling you to EAT MORE GREENS and you’re thinking “I’m no rabbit!” I get it,View full post »

So I can’t eat Mac n Cheese, So What?

Mac n cheese was my absolute favourite comfort food as a kid. White Cheddar mac n cheese to be precise. A little freshView full post »

Squalimash!

Growing your own vegetables is a super rewarding experience. It comes with it’s own challenges though. Like whatView full post »

Switch it Up!

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to healthy snackage.  After school/work snacks can proveView full post »

Simple Tomato Sauce

Homegrown tomatoes are unbeatable in flavour. We have so many this year I had to make sauce!  Start by washing/sortingView full post »

Zucchinis, Tomatoes, Squash Oh My!

I am delighted to report that my parent’s attempt at an organic vegetable garden worked! In fact, it has been soView full post »

Summer Eats

Toronto heat is back in full force and I’m melting already! Humid nights are the perfect time for light dinnersView full post »

Crazy about Kichadi

Kichadi is a traditional Indian stew/porridge dish touted for its digestibility. Packed with all sorts of micronutrientsView full post »

A Perfect Pair

My love for the sweet potato continues to grow. Beets are pretty great too. Together they make a darn good pair!  View full post »