Healthy cooking using fresh garden ingredients, whole foods, alternative grains. Beyond gluten-free.
No matter how you have to cook – food can always be ‘plain delicious!’
Don’t Miss A Thing!
Kitchen Frau is a 2017 Finalist!
Tag Archives: honey
A light and tangy orange vinaigrette sweetened with honey and a touch of ginger. Whip it up quickly, and keep it in your fridge for whenever the salad mood hits. Anyone else out there have a box of shriveled, hardening, mandarin … Continue reading
Don’t you just love it when the underdog gets his moment of glory and steals the show? . . . when David beats Goliath, when Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree becomes the stunning centerpiece, . . . when the usually relegated-to-the-side-dish, … Continue reading
What’s summer without ice cream? This luscious Honey Vanilla Ice Cream is sure to make you scream for more – it’s velvety and vanilla-y, silky, smooth, and just sweet enough. And best of all – you can serve it to … Continue reading
A cup of soothing Honey Lemon Ginger Tea will help you fight that nasty cold or flu with natural healing ingredients, so you can get back on your feet quickly. Christmas is coming, a few gifts are hidden and waiting … Continue reading
The Canadian Food Experience Project (November) The Canadian Food Experience Project began June 7, 2013. As we, the participants, share our collective stories across the vastness of our Canadian landscape through our regional food experiences, we hope to bring global clarity to … Continue reading
This delicious Greek yogurt breakfast with Honey and Walnuts is simple and healthy, packing a walloping load of nutrients. The high protein levels in the yogurt and nuts will keep you feeling full for many hours. When the days are … Continue reading
This tasty homemade cough syrup will help soothe cold symptoms and is easy to whip up, with only three ingredients! Cough . . . cough. Hack . . .hack. Cough . . . cough . . . cough! ‘Mom, hab … Continue reading
We are ‘hunkered down’ here in northern Alberta. Winds are howling, snow is blowing, roads are treacherous and school buses were cancelled yesterday. The white stuff is piling high. I’m thinking longingly back to last year when we hardly had … Continue reading