Posts Tagged ‘winter’

Parsnips: it’s what’s for dinner: Attachment

Parsnips are the most underrated of the rooty vegetables. But these winter veggies are chock-ful of flavor, versatility, and nutrients. Here is the 411 of parsnips, and some delicious ways to use them.

Green Gift Guide, Part 1: Eco-Charities: Attachment

For the person who has everything, don’t turn to giftcards or useless gifts to give to them this holiday season. Instead, consider donating on behalf of them to an eco-charity instead.

3 easy recipes for leftover mashed potatoes (all vegan!): Attachment

So you’ve feasted. And one of the best parts is, there are a load of leftovers. If you’re anything like me, you strictly made more for this exact purpose, right?

Flu and cold fighting foods: Attachment

We’re right in the midst of cold and flu season, but that doesn’t mean that we have to head out and get ourselves some drugs every time it hits us.

Can’t stand the cold? Blame the summer.: Attachment

If you’re getting sick of the cold weather, you can blame the hot summer that just passed. New research suggests that particularly hot summers cause really cold winters.

Winter camping 101: Attachment

I’ll be honest. No matter how “green” I am, I don’t like camping. I don’t like being immersed in the woods, and one with nature. But for some reason, some folks do.

Four pipin’ hot vegan soup recipes: Attachment

It’s cold out. And if it’s not cold where you are, well, then we’re a little jealous. But nothing says “warm me up” like a cozy bowl of soup, chock full of our favourite ingredients.

Six quick, vegan soups to satisfy: Attachment

We are in dire need of a Winter warm-up. Well, we are here, at least, when we were blasted with loads of snow yesterday, continuing to the present moment as I type.

Know your seasonal produce: Winter Squash: Attachment

Squash, ah yes, the essence of winter cuisine. But how well do we really know our winter delicacy?