Vegetarian/Vegan

Carrot and Apple Juice

By |January 6th, 2023|0 Comments

Carrot and Apple Juice to Kickstart the New Year New year, new resolutions. A healthier way of life seems to be on everyone’s list. If getting your fill of vitamins and nutrients in [...]

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French Vegetable Soup

By |January 3rd, 2023|2 Comments

This is a quick, easy, vegan/vegetarian freezable soup with lots of flavour. You can add some chopped, cooked rotisserie chicken if you wish, but there are lots of hearty ingredients for a fast weeknight [...]

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Mexican Vegetable Soup

By |December 29th, 2022|3 Comments

This is a quick, easy, vegan/vegetarian freezable soup with lots of flavour. You can add some chopped, cooked rotisserie chicken if you wish, but there are lots of hearty ingredients for a fast weeknight [...]

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Prawn Fried Rice

By |November 15th, 2022|0 Comments

Add Fried Rice to your Thai Feast You've got your Thai Curry Kit simmering away and maybe you've put together a lettuce wrap kit or soup kit for a nice side dish but, [...]

Peach-Tomato Burrata Salad

By |August 14th, 2022|1 Comment

Impress your guests with this gorgeous tomato, peach and burrata salad that makes the most out of late summer's garden bounty. Peach-Tomato Burrata Salad 1 burrata cheese (or fresh baby bocconcini)Whole cherry tomatoes and slices/wedges [...]

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Caprese Naan Pizza

By |August 10th, 2022|1 Comment

This is one of my weekly go-to’s in the summer. We pick up fresh naan at the market and make it our weekend pizza, so simple! Do not skip salting your tomatoes, this helps some [...]

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Celery and Celery Root (Celeriac)

By |April 28th, 2022|0 Comments

Celery gets an undeservedly bad rap. David Lebovitz has said, rather harshly, I think, that ‘it’s like eating green water held together with a lot of fibres.’ It’s either considered a sad dietary punishment [...]

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Clumpy Honey Granola

By |September 16th, 2021|2 Comments

We have a lot of great honey in Alberta, particularly on the prairies — Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba account for almost 80 per cent of our national production, and bees provide vital pollination to [...]

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Ginger Not-Beef

By |May 21st, 2021|2 Comments

Most food trends are fleeting, generally (these days) driven by social media; Instagram triggered the unicorn Frappuccino® — and a thousand swirly purple unicorn foods after it — and TikTok recently brought us a [...]

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Butter Paneer

By |May 10th, 2021|2 Comments

Most food trends are fleeting, generally (these days) driven by social media; Instagram triggered the unicorn Frappuccino® — and a thousand swirly purple unicorn foods after it — and TikTok recently brought us a [...]

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Saag Paneer

By |December 21st, 2020|0 Comments

Saag Paneer is a vegetarian Indian dish in which spinach or other dark greens are stewed with spices, ginger, garlic, and fresh chiles. Paneer is an unaged, non-melting cheese that is set with vinegar [...]

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Yakimeshi

By |September 21st, 2020|0 Comments

Yakimeshi's literal translation is: Yaki, to cook +fry +grill; Meshi, rice. In Japanese it is also called by the more common name ‘Chahan’. Chahan is the Japanese pronunciation for ‘Choafan’, the Chinese word for [...]

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Tomato Galette

By |September 16th, 2020|2 Comments

Photos and story by Julie Van Rosendaal Harvest season is pie season, with so much produce at its peak at the same time, affordable and abundant, begging to be piled into pastry. And while [...]

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Roasted Cauliflower Hummus

By |July 15th, 2020|0 Comments

Roasted cauliflower hummus is the perfect blend of sophisticated taste and guilt-free snackage. Substituting roasted cauliflower for the traditional chickpeas makes it a low-carb option and adds a depth of [...]

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Onion Tart

By |June 5th, 2020|0 Comments

More often than not I’m cooking what I have on hand rather than going on a special shopping trip for ingredients. This is why onions, carrots, potatoes, squash, cabbage and [...]