Dinner

Winter

Sweet Potato Lasagna with Yves Veggie Cuisine “Meat Sauce”

Lasagna is one of the comfort dishes that you have to turn your back on if you’re trying to eat lighter. It’s also a food casualties that makes eating lighter

Dinner

Yves Veggie Sausage and Fennel Sheet Pan Dinner

I think of tray bakes as equations, except at the end of this particular piece of addition, you get dinner! Ideally you want a protein, a starch, some vegetables and

Fall

Sweet Potato and Goat Cheese Galette with Yves Veggie Cuisine Broccoli Bites

One of my summer staples is to make sweet galettes or crostatas using fresh berries and fruit from the local farmer’s market. However, I’ve never tackled a savoury version. Although,

Vegetables

Zucchini Enchiladas

We’ve been talking about no-recipe recipes a lot lately. We consider these to be dishes that require more assembly than creation and every busy kitchen needs a handful of these

Grains & Rice

Tex-Mex Chicken and Rice Skillet Supper

This is one of those dinners we like to call half-homemade since we use a few easy, store-bought shortcuts that add up to one delicious supper. A half-homemade meal makes

Dinner

Maple Apple Pork Tenderloin

Ceri and I have been talking a lot about no recipe recipes–Methods for dishes like pancakes, pizza, grain bowls, risottos and other meals that you just have the ratios for

Spices

Cornbread Topped Chili

A quick spin through the SPC archives confirms that we are big chili fans. We’ve got white, chickpea, lentil, slow cooker pork, slow cooker beef, chicken, a chili mac…. oh, yes,

Red Meats

Flatbread Taco Pizza

  You know we’re all about home cooking around here. But that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate that way store-bought ingredients can help us get a meal on the table.

Winter

Sweet Potato Skillet Lasagna

This dish was a risk for me. I’d been wanting to make a skillet lasagna for a long time, but would I be able to create something that tastes as

Poultry

Winter Spice Mix Chicken

When you have a food blog and a couple of cookbooks under your belt, people can start to expect funny things from you. Fancy things. Elaborate things. I get it.