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

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

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

Baked Eggs with Sweet Potato and Kale

When we were in England this past fall, I had a slice of quiche from a small bakery – it had butternut squash, spinach, pine nuts and feta. And definitely a lot of cream. It was one of my favourite … Continue reading

Homemade Granola

I swear this isn’t a post urging you all to abandon your recent habits of “leftover cookies for breakfast”. I first tried this recipe for a breakfast potluck this December at work. I had contemplated baking some muffins, or a … Continue reading

Maple-Balsamic Salmon with Sweet Potato and Kale

Another grill-less summer is upon us. I always feel pangs of envy when I walk by houses who are undoubtedly grilling delicious things…and keeping their kitchens cooler by avoiding the use of their oven.  For many of us urban dwellers, … Continue reading

Black Bean Burrito Bowls

So, you may notice I have a bit of an affinity for Mexican style cooking. We usually do something with this sort of flavour profile every week or 10 days. Despite this familiarity, I could not eat this fast enough. Let’s … Continue reading

Fresh Strawberry Salad Dressing

I don’t usually think outside the box with salad dressings. When I’m making my own, I usually just some shake together some oil, acid, and sweetness in a jar. Maybe garlic.  I saw this recipe, and I was instantly intrigued. … Continue reading

Huevos Rancheros

May 5th. Cinco de Mayo. As a Canadian, the fifth day of May means a reason to have a margarita with your favourite cuisine of south of the border(s).  I must say, we certainly don’t wait around for a single … Continue reading