Posts Tagged ‘cooking’

Fresh summer herbs = killer culinary tool: Attachment

One of my favourite things about spring and summer is planting my herb garden. Something says amazingly delicious when the simplest thing delivers flavour like no other.

DIY dried herbs, plus vegan herb mix recipe: Attachment

With the summer at an end and fall officially here, we are packing up a lot of our gardens and exchanging much of our produce with winter squashes and tubers, instead.

Eleven healthy fresh juice recipes: Attachment

Nothing says summer like pulling out the juicer. What is better than a mix of fresh, local fruits, vegetables, and herbs?

Asparagus 101 + Chilled Asparagus and Kale Soup: Attachment

Spring has sprung, and that means the thin, tender stalks of asparagus are ready to tempt us again. Easy to prepare, great in many dishes, and at their peak, asparagus is the perfect addition to your Spring recipes.

Seven must-do cooking methods: Attachment

There’s more to cooking then a quick saute. These healthy eating cooking methods are guaranteed to make your meals more nutritious, and expand your expertise, too.

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I love fiddleheads, and when I see them in the grocery stores and markets, I know for sure that Spring has arrived. These little green veggies, hailing from the Eastern side of North America, get their name because they resemble the neck of a fiddle.

Harvest Salad (raw, vegan, gluten-free): Attachment

We absolutely love raw vegan cuisine, especially when its made by author Jennifer Cornbleet. We’ve reviewed two of her books:  Raw Food Made Easy and Raw for Dessert… Both of which we highly recommend for quick, easy and delicious raw vegan dishes.

Ceram-Eco non-stick cookware from Starfrit: Attachment

We’ve all heard of the dangers of using Teflon for our non-stick frying – it’s been in the news for a few years with the facts still making their way into current reports.

Simply Organic’s local, seasonal cuisine: Attachment

With Whole Foods and other organic grocers popping up faster than you can grow your own garden, it’s no question that organic food is becoming increasingly popular.

Edible Schoolyard teaches the value of food: Attachment

Ask anyone if they know where the words organic and slow-food came from, and you might just shrug – at some point they appeared, but when? and how? Truth is, they’ve been around a lot longer than you might think.