Recently I saw that Backroads Family Farm Market is carrying garlic scapes, and I got super psyched. Weird? Maybe…but whatever! You should be excited about garlic scapes, too! Garlic scapes are part
This weekend a took a trip to Tofino with three of my best friends. Tofino is a beautiful location on Vancouver Island with gorgeous sandy beaches, surfing, and the cutest little town.
Its been a really busy week. A little bit stressful but full of learning opportunities. Yesterday I catered an event for 35 people. It was my first time doing something like that!
I’m excited to share with you one of my new favourite recipes. Rika from vegan miam invited me to share a guest post on her blog and I knew I had to
I have to apologize first of all for my lack of blog posts the last few months! Between getting back to Canada after spending a year in New Zealand, and starting up
This month’s Drop Dead Recipe is just what you need in January. Something simple, and nutritious. This veggie wrap is packed with healthy veggies (look at all those colours!) and it has
I’m sure some of you are scrambling to take advantage of the last few weeks of Summer. I’m still over here in New Zealand, and though it’s barely felt like Winter, I’m
I saw this recipe a few months ago in a Bon Appetit Magazine, and I just knew I had to put my own spin on it. I love fritters, but I’m not
It appears that Spring has finally sprung and I’m crossing my fingers that the sun stays out from now until the end of Summer. I’ve got a really exciting road trip planned
Hellooo there! I’ve got a sweet little burrito recipe for ya today. It’s not your usual burrito….considering it’s meat-free and dairy-free, but I assure you, it’s delicious. You might want more than
This month, on One Green Planet, I’m sharing one of my favourite salad recipes. It’s my take on a salad I have had a few times at one of my favourite
I finally got a spiralizer!! If you don’t know what a spiralizer is, it’s basically a little kitchen appliance that allows you to turn vegetables and fruits into skinny spaghetti-style “noodles” or
My recipe for One Green Planet this month, features a perfect summer recipe! Why is it perfect for summer? Because it can be eaten hot or cold, and is ideal for packing up