Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category
First an apology and an explanation. I kept wanting to come write, but my life over the past year was in such a state of uncertainty. And it still is, but lately I have gotten into enough of a routine that I’m hoping to get back to my own projects again. I guess if you were following my blog, or me on facebook, you’ve already gathered that it was me dealing with the aftermath of my moms stroke that brought everything here to a standstill. || Read more
Merry Christmas everyone! I’m sorry I have been MIA for so long. I plan to be back in the new year. My Mom had a major stroke in mid November and I have been caring for her and almost living in the hospital lately. We’re bringing Christmas to her there. She’s doing really well considering the severity of it – She has a great and inspiring attitude. Sending all best wishes and lots of love out to you all! Happy Holidays!
Leftover oatmeal makes a great base for delicious muffins. This is a great recipe to use up any leftovers you may have. This leftover oatmeal muffin recipe hit a great balance between being as-healthy-as-possible while still keeping them moist and delicious. Let’s face it. Muffins generally are not the healthiest snack to be found. But these are a muffin you can feel good about eating and serving! || Read more
Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian friends. It’s coming up quickly and I am posting links to my favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes below. Life has been a bit of a whirlwind lately. I’ve gone and fallen in love, and so my world has been flipped around. || Read more
I’ve been off exploring lots of Toronto lately. I’m so thrilled to be back, and want to share a gorgeous early morning sunrise walk I took recently with my friend. And also a really delicious wonderfully spiced root vegetable soup recipe. || Read more
We’ve landed in garden heaven here in Toronto. Mom & I have been really enjoying the color and vibrancy of our Italian neighbourhood. Come join me to check out some of the gardens and flower inspiration along with an awesome recipe we made up recently, which is very Italian inspired – Minestrone Verde Soup. || Read more
Local food is not always the easiest to get in Canada. We can have long and brutal winters. But this can make us truly appreciate our amazing summers when we get them. I sure do. And like many, I’m taking advantage of as much locally grown food as possible while our growing season is in full force. The delicious carrot, fennel and rosemary soup recipe below can be made using almost exclusively local food. || Read more