This un-stuffed recipe came about because one evening I was making my stuffing mixture to spoon into portobello mushrooms, but when it was time to prep the portobellos I couldn’t find them in our fridge! I had bought four large ones just a few days prior, yet all I could find was a bag full […]
This One Pot Pumpkin Farro Stew is delicious and simple enough to make on a busy day! It’s loaded with farrow, lentils, beans, and plenty of vegetables creating a warm and filling meal on a chilly Fall evening.
Gomae is a Japanese spinach salad that can be served warm or cold. Traditionally the cooked spinach is mixed with sesame paste, soy sauce, and sugar. Some western restaurants use a peanut sauce rather than sesame paste, or a combination of both. The first time I tried gomae at a Japanese restaurant, I was a […]
Store bought potato chips are a favourite snack choice for many but they are loaded with plenty of oil and sodium. Chips are a high calorie and extremely addictive snack that lacks any beneficial nutrients. What if you could still get that delicious crunch along with a flavour that fulfills the salty and sweet cravings? […]
The afternoon Nick and I arrived home from Salt Springs, Luc was really sick. His eyes were bloodshot red and stuff was oozing from them. He was out of it and looked extremely fatigued. Matti had a cold that started the week prior and must have passed it onto Luc. He had trouble opening his eyes […]
If you haven’t tried roasted spaghetti squash yet, I highly recommend you test out this fantastic squash! It’s called spaghetti squash because after roasting in the oven, you scrape the flesh out and it shreds into spaghetti like strands. This squash is simple to roast and is quite versatile for many different add in creations.