Soups

Lunch

We heart Lemon in the Spring

Nobody likes lemon anything more than my mom. She’s such a fan of the sunny citrus that many of the rooms in my childhood home are painted some shade of

Grains & Rice

10 Delicious Things to Cook in March

Spring’s not here yet, as much as we wish it would hurry up. It’s a funny time in the markets and grocery stores. Our fall favourites like beets and sweet

Snacks & Desserts

10 Delicious Recipes to Make in November

The chilly season is here people. It’s time to huddle indoors with good things bubbling on the stove. You won’t be surprised to see a few soups and stews in

Sides

10 Delicious Recipes to Make in October

We’re embracing the cool but sunny days of October by getting in the kitchen with our favourite fall ingredients. Recipes for Cabbage Soup, Pumpkin and Cranberry Loaf, Butternut Squash Quesadilla

Dairy

9 Delicious Thanksgiving Sides

We know you’ve got a plan for the main event on Thanksgiving. It’s probably the thing you make every year and maybe it’s the same thing your Mom always made.

Round-Ups

Take the Pulse Pledge and Win at Dinner

Ceri and I have taken the pulse pledge but, if I think about it, we’ve had an unofficial allegiance to pulses for years. Listen, I’m going to be frank. It’s

Pasta

10 Delicious Recipes to Make in September

We may still be a bit sad about saying goodbye to summer but we’re finding lots of consolation in fall’s delicious possibilities. Apples, sweet potatoes, cranberries and squash – they’re

Spring

10 Delicious Things to Cook in June

Well, hello June! It’s soooo good to see you and all the lovely produce you brought with you. It’s great to see local cucumber, rhubarb and strawberries start piling into

Breakfast

10 Delicious Things to Cook in May

Spring took its sweet time arriving to the North East but the delayed arrival is only making us more excited to scoop up bright, fresh ingredients flowing into the markets

Poultry

Chicken Soup to the Rescue!

Earlier this week I wrote about my need for comfort food because I could feel my family’s stress level escalating. What I forgot was that being rundown usually leads to compromised