Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tomato Sauce – Astonishingly Simple and Absolutely Sumptuous

This most simple tomato sauce uses 4 ingredients, takes 2 minutes to prepare, 45 minutes to cook, and tastes unbelievably sumptuous. I was wondering what all the hype was about. Every time I clicked, I came across another blog that … Continue reading

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Quinoa Salad with a Crunch

It’s January and I’m craving salads – big green leafy salads and hearty crunchy grainy salads. The thermometer goes up and down, driving us crazy. One day it’s dripping off the eaves, and we can go out with our coat … Continue reading

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How to Cook Quinoa

Quinoa is a new-old superfood. New – because it’s only become known in North America in the last few decades, and old – because it’s been grown and used in South America for thousands of years. It is the food … Continue reading

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A Warm and Cozy Breakfast – Baked Oatmeal

Serve up a warm, comforting bowl of creamy baked oatmeal, and mornings will never be the same again!   When the icy winds of winter blow – as they are right now here in Alberta – you need a breakfast … Continue reading

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Luscious Lemon Almond Flour Cake

This luscious lemon almond flour cake is a moist, light and not too sweet, high protein Mediterranean cake, keeping lemon lovers smiling with every bite. Happy New Year! We keep the tree and decorations up until at least January 7th, … Continue reading

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