Do you find it difficult to eat salads during the winter months? I know I do! Here are a few tips and tricks to help make your salads heartier and more satisfying to eat during the winter.Read More
As you know, we really love our cooking shows in this household! One Sunday afternoon, me and Chris were watching an episode of Jamie Oliver where he made this delicious frozen banoffee cheesecake with only 5 ingredients and minimal difficulty in terms of skill. I immediately knew I HAD to recreate it for YOU and for me 😉Read More
It’s here!! Part 2 of my cold and flu series. We started this conversation off by discussing ways we can prevent colds and flu bugs. I’m sure by now you are a germ-fighting ninja :P In case you missed part 1, you can check it out here.
But in the off chance that you do get sick this season (it happens to the best of us), I want to arm you with a variety of natural remedies to help you shorten the duration of your cold and flu.Read More
I have been craving all the salads lately which isn’t like me at all come wintertime! Usually, the cold really gets to me and I instinctively gravitate towards stews, soups and chilis. You know, anything ‘stick to your ribs’.
I really wanted to create a salad that is hearty and feels more robust than your average one. Typically Niçoise salads are made with tuna (which you can totally do if you prefer) but I wanted to recreate one that is vegetarian.Read More
I had promised this recipe to you in the summer and I’ll admit that it got lost in the shuffle somehow. When I finally came across it again I was gutted that I forgot to share it when tomatoes were at their prime and in season! UGH! Which is a real shame because this pasta recipe is one of my favourites. That’s why I’m sharing it anyway!Read More
I made this Quinoa Stuffed Butternut Squash on Thanksgiving as an alternative to turkey for anyone wanting more vegetarian style fare and it was a HIT!
The combination of squash, dried cranberries and almonds just scream fall to me.Read More