Healthy cooking using fresh garden ingredients, whole foods, alternative grains. Beyond gluten-free.
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- Hearty Sausage, Kale, and Bean Soup – Quick to Make and Packed with Flavour
- Super Green Juice Recipe – and You Don’t Need a Juicer to Make it!
- Japanese Style Wasabi Tuna Boats – a Light, Fresh Appetizer for a Fresh New Year
- Lemon Cardamom Kransekake Cookies
- Hot Curried Peaches – a Festive, Fruity Sauce for Ham, Pork, Turkey or Chicken (and a Recipe for Spiced Peach Rooibos Tea)
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Tag Archives: seafood
Looking for a lighter nibble for your New Year’s gatherings? These simple Wasabi Tuna Boats fit the bill. If you’re a sucker for sushi, you’ll devour the light clean flavours of cucumbers, tuna, and seaweed, plus that fog-clearing jolt of … Continue reading
Mexican Fish Veracruz is a light and flavourful way to prepare fish. The Spanish influence shows in the zesty olives and capers. Bring a spoon to catch the last delicious drops of tomato broth. Last week we were lucky enough … Continue reading
This summer we were invited to a Spanish Paella Party. What fun it was! I’ve always wanted to make paella but it’s one of those things that seemed to be forever on my food bucket list, that I never got … Continue reading
A light and lovely shrimp salad with a fresh dill and lemon dressing is the perfect meal for your summer outdoor activities. Pack it along as part of a picnic lunch or serve it as a quick and easy meal … Continue reading
Sardines? Yes – sardines! Before you go ‘yeccchhh’ and click away, let me tell you that the sardines in this pasta sauce are nothing like what you remember in childhood, or what you think sardines might taste like (in … Continue reading
Nothing beats a simple tuna salad for a protein-packed quick and healthy lunch or snack. I love pickles and onions in mine. What do you put in yours? Today was one of those glorious days where I got to stay … Continue reading
One of the treasures I brought back from my trip to B.C. was a cooler full of freshly caught sockeye and chinook salmon. My mom and I cleaned them and froze them right away, and now we get to enjoy … Continue reading