In most houses, each family member has their own standard, go-to Chinese take-out order. Take my family as an example– my mother is a garlic shrimp person, my father a dependable chicken and cashew man, and I have always been a beef and broccoli girl. That is, until I stopped eating meat. The first time […]
It’s Super Bowl Weekend!! Doesn’t matter if you’re a die-hard fan or a casual watcher, Super Bowl Sunday is pretty much a National holiday. Everyone likes a dead-of-winter excuse for chicken wings and beer and sitting on the couch. And while I can’t guarantee that your quarterback won’t get sacked or that your receivers won’t […]
Even if you don’t like the taste of tofu, you’ll love these Tofu Dippers! Easy to make and great with any sauce you can name, this two-ingredient appetizer has a lovely nuttiness to it. Don’t think of these little beauties as a concession to your vegan guests– they’re great for meat eaters, too!
Spring is finally here! To celebrate, last night I welcomed the season with an appropriately-coloured vegan curry. Easy to make and super filling, this low-fat, vegan, and gluten-free dinner packs a protein-filled punch with red lentils and tofu. Green beans add a lovely crunch, while sweet potato adds a natural, low-glycemic index sweetness. Top it […]
For my February 8 article about the tamarind fruit, it’s uses, & it’s health benefits (plus my recipe for better-than-delivery pad thai) either click here or keep on reading! If you’re anything like me when it comes to cooking, you can find inspiration on nearly any level. You might be moved to create an […]
A classic stir fry is a great, simple, no-muss-no-fuss weeknight dinner staple. It’s easy to adapt for dietary restrictions, tricks kids into eating veggies, and is ready in a flash. The only problem? It gets boring. Which is why my Kung Pow Shrimp, Tofu & Mixed Veggies is a great way to get out of […]
Lasagna is one of those tried-and-true comfort food classics that stands the test of time. Everyone’s Grandma has a lasagna recipe on a folded, torn, and/or stained index card– and for good reason. It’s super satisfying, great for chilly nights, and a quick fix for big family dinners. What lasagna is not, though, is healthy. […]
I am INTO fall dinners right now. Changing leaves and cooler temperatures make us all crave a certain kind of food, and my fall dinners have all of the good (they’re warm, comforting, filling, delicious, & super clean) and none of the bad (no naughty cheesiness, creaminess, starchiness, or fattiude). Case in point? My gorgeous […]