I love smoothies for breakfast – they’re quick, easy, and can be packed full of nutrition and flavour. They are, however, not as much fun in the winter. A cold breakfast on a cold morning usually doesn’t do it for me. Especially when the sun doesn’t show its face until 8 am (if at all).
The sun may be shining here in Vancouver, but the air sure is cold! Comfort foods have become a mainstay as of late, so I thought I would highlight a hearty green that will make a nutritious addition to your soups and stews. This week’s Fresh Pick is chard.
A couple of Fridays ago, I challenged you to try a new fruit or vegetable in lieu of my usual Fresh Pick Friday post. The idea was to get you thinking about different foods and encourage you to try something new. Food should be fun, and I think trying new things is one way to
I’ve had spicy miso soup at least once a week for almost two months now. It comes together quickly and is warming on these cold and rainy days. I promised you all a recipe a while back, but I can’t seem to make this soup the same way twice. So, I’m giving you a recipe
One of my favorite treats growing up was my mother’s homemade peanut butter cookies. They were perfect for dunking into a glass of cold milk. I remember watching my mother sitting in the living room, wooden spoon and mixing bowl on her lap, watching the news while she creamed together the butter and sugar. My
Normally on Friday, I talk about a fruit or vegetable that is in season and local to British Columbia in hopes that you might be inspired to try something new. I thought that I would mix things up a bit this week. Instead of sharing this week’s Fresh Pick, I challenge you to try a new
We are coming to the end of the fennel season here in BC, but I thought it would be fun to throw in something a little different to get us thinking outside the box. Fennel Fennel is a unique looking vegetable. It is white and bulbous at the base with long green fronds that look a
This week’s fresh pick is the tasty cranberry. Fresh cranberries are crisp and tart, while dried cranberries are softer and sweeter. Whichever one you prefer, cranberries are a versatile food that can add great flavour and nutrition to both sweet and savoury dishes.
Potatoes have developed a bad reputation over the years. Some varieties have a high glycemic index, and they are usually shunned by those following a low carb diet. Personally, I think that potatoes can be part of a healthy diet, so long as you steer clear of French fries (so hard, I know) and keep
Fall has officially arrived. I love this time of year; the mornings are dewy, the evenings crisp, and the air is blustery. It’s time of year to get cozy and enjoy things that make us feel warm, from the inside out. I have a recipe for you that will do just that. This soup won’t