Tag "Cooking"

Soups

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

Nutrition

What’s So Great About Pulses?

We’ve always been huge fans of lentils, chickpeas and beans at SPC. But Julian’s recent conversion to vegetarianism (more on that another time!) has made me want to add a

Legumes

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

Grains & Rice

Back-to-School Make Ahead Breakfasts

We hate to interrupt your long weekend with reminder of the work that lays ahead next week, we really do. So we’ll just say this really quickly. Set aside a

Winter

6 Lunch Box Updates

Whether it’s your first year on the lunch-making-train or you’ve been on it so long you could drive the damn thing, it’s time to get on. Start the year strong

Round-Ups

On the 12th Day of Back-to-School: New Recipes

This is it, people! It’s the countdown…. There are 12 days left until the first day of school. Are you ready? Is your kitchen organized, lunch containers clean and ready

Dinner

15 Amazging Summer Entertaining Recipes

Can you help me with something? I need help finding a way to enjoy the long weekend coming at us in Canada without acknowledging that the summer is halfway done.

Dairy

Meal Plan July 4, 2016

Have you moved outside yet? We set up a table on our deck and even have breakfast out there this time of year. Whether you’ve got a back yard or

Winter

Sponsored Post: Thai Shrimp with Tomato, Basil and Coconut (and a contest!)

I remember someone telling me when I was pregnant, that along with my own little baby bundle, one of the things I would be taking home with me would be

Uncategorised

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