Monthly Archives: January 2014

Carrots are the darlings of January! Holding over through the winter, these delicious roots never lose their sweetness which makes them the perfect bedfellows for late season apples that are losing their crunch but concentrating their sugars. This soup has always been one of my favourites – inspired by my dear friend Wendy who swore […]

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This post just makes me happy…and sad at the same time. The dairy industry, well, the food industry in general is in a sad state of affairs; we’ve forgotten where our food comes from, what it really costs to produce it, and who we share this planet with. Animals are dependant on us, we’re dependant […]

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In the interest of eating “clean” these days, I’m seeking inspiration in a variety of fresh and wholesome salads while looking past the lettuce.To me great salads are not only about the flavours, they’re about the combination of textures, temperatures and balance of acids – basically the salty vs. sweet and crunchy vs. soft are […]

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