One day last year, I somehow ended up with loads of ginger in the fridge; I didn’t want to waste it, so I decided to preserve it by making some crystallized ginger. The great thing about this recipe is that you end up making homemade ginger syrup along with Continue reading →
Hi everyone, sorry it has been so long since my last post! I have had a really busy couple of weeks, so it’s taken me a little longer to get my next recipe together. In the meantime, I wanted to share a recipe that I can’t wait to try: Sweet and Salty Bars. Continue reading →
Since I stopped eating wheat, one of the things I miss the most is pizza. It is easy to find substitutes for some glutenous foods, like pasta and cereal… but I have yet to find a gluten free pizza that replicates the qualities of a sourdough pizza (and whoever eventually invents this will Continue reading →
Kale and pesto are two of my favourite foods, but I never thought to mix them together: Kale Pesto! This recipe looks amazing, and I can’t wait to try it on some oat cakes (gluten free, of course!) Beautiful photos too.
There’s just something about the promise of Spring.
The sun came out yesterday, and it seems, decided to stay for a while (the forecast is clear for at least another day).
Insert multiple smiley face emoticons here!!
Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.
– Helen Keller
It’s safe to say it’s been a (very) welcome change and the views of the twinkling snow capped mountains are particularly breathtaking. Yesterday was the day that I just knew spring had come knocking here in these parts:
the larks have come singing
the daylight has come to linger for a (just a little) while longer
I nearly injured myself in my hustle to peel my boots and thick tights off to get outside.
Craving the fresh air and the outdoors after work, I hurled myself outside to enjoy the remaining glorious daylight, the bustle of…
Growing up, my dad always used to make Chilli for our family when we went skiing in Maine. Loaded with vegetables and protein, it’s the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter night. When I was little, my sisters and I would beg my dad not to put beans in the Chilli– back then I Continue reading →
One of the things I have discovered since going gluten free is that wheat is hiding in just about any packaged food you can buy – breads, pastas, cereals, granola bars, sausages, soy sauce… the list goes on, whether wheat is an actual ingredient or the food is cross-contaminated (because it Continue reading →