Posts From Ceri

Interviews

It’s almost BACK TO SCHOOL! Our Book Has Strategies, Recipes, Nutrition Shortcuts and More! Check it out here.

Our latest book is on shelves NOW.  Now that we’re about to head into another school year, it is exactly the time to plan your attack before lunch-packing and dinner-making

Summer

Lemon Pudding Cake

Easter may be all about chocolate for my kids but I’m thinking lemons. I’ve tried to bring up the idea of an Easter lunch or dinner a couple of times

Articles

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

Poultry

Slow Cooker Butter Chicken

For food bloggers who claim to love our slow cookers as much as Laura and I do, we really don’t have that many recipes here that use them. Oops. I’m

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

The Holidays

Grilled Camembert Sandwich with Yves Veggie Turkey and Cranberry Sauce

For my money, the real reason for any holiday meal is the leftovers. I go to bed after Thanksgiving or Christmas thinking about the sandwich I’m going to make the

Vegetables

Cucumber with Yves Veggie Bacon & Ricotta

Even though I’ve been hosting holiday dinners and parties for what feels like forever, I have to admit I still get a bit stressed. I want everyone to have a

Fall

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,

Fruits

Yogurt Bark

We first started making yogurt bark when we were in the recipe testing stage of our second book The School Year Survival Cookbook. It was going to be in our

Dinner

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.