After more than 6 years of trial and error we have found the one. The recipe that produces our perfect Sunday morning pancake. They are fluffy and tender. They are a sturdy cake, that don’t deflate as you keep them warm in … Continue reading

Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry


easy. fast. delicious. Not to be cliché, but aren’t those the criteria we’re always looking to meet when it comes to dinner plans? Throw in some nutrients and you’ve got yourself a winner! See: beef and broccoli stir fry. This is a … Continue reading

Banana-Apple Bran Muffins


Hello muffins. Muffins have gotten this really sweet rep as a breakfast food….however, muffins really are just cake in disguise. I mean, triple-chocolate muffins? Who are we kidding? By adding bran, bananas, and apples…at least you can say there is … Continue reading

Thai Vegetable Peanut Curry


Hello my friends. It’s taken me a while, but I am climbing out of my rut. Andrew and I have been back from our trip to New Zealand for just about 6 weeks. My thoughts were consumed by this trip leading … Continue reading

Chicken Fajitas


We’ve eaten these 3 times this month. Why? Minimal dishes, comes together quickly, and amazing flavour. We made these once and it became an instant favourite! You can really make them as simple or as complex as you like, depending … Continue reading

Simple Baked Peaches


The Ontario peaches are unreal this year. If you have been hesitant to purchase any because of past peach let downs (mealy, sour, etc.) – Please. do yourself a favour and pick some up. Eat them whole, sliced, peeled, on … Continue reading

Chicken Pesto Caprese Sandwich


Apologies for the phone photo. I literally just finished eating this.  This sandwich was so fast to prepare, so summery, and so delicious that I recommend you eat this. Soon. Ingredients 2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded (we shredded the … Continue reading

Lemon Scones


  These scones are really good. No really. They’re good. They flavour is bright and citrusy, but not overly so. The texture is cake-y. Yes, cake-y. This is not some dry scone that you need to slather with all sorts … Continue reading

Tabbouleh Style Salad


Is anyone else’s garden swimming in herbs? Our garden is going nuts, most notably, our parsley. I love growing parsley because I find recipes never call for very much and then I’m always left with a massive bunch that I … Continue reading

Why I give my kale the rubdown.


If you’ve noticed, there are a few staple items in my kitchen (ahem, sweet potato). Kale is one of them. We usually eat this leafy green about once a week. When I first tried kale, I didn’t care for it at … Continue reading