Cherry Tomato and 3 Cheese Melt

A great casual lunch or afternoon snack...So cheesy and yummy!

Celery Root Slaw

Celery root may look daunting at first if you have never used it, but it has such a nice nutty refreshing flavour. This recipe is a great way to start using it. I recommend using a food processor to grate it, it’s quicker, but you can always use a box grater if you prefer. If you are making this salad in advance refrigerate overnight - it is even better the next day!

Spinach and Cauliflower Au Gratin

If you are having any trouble getting your kids to eat spinach offer them this dish – they won’t get enough!

Spicy Couscous with Chickpeas and Nuts

This dish is deliciously spicy and hearty full of chickpeas and nuts. You can serve it as a side dish with roasted vegetables or it is great as a meal in its own!

Fettuccine with Creamy pesto

The fettuccine noodles are covered in a deliciously creamy and flavourful pesto sauce. But surprisingly, there is no cream in the recipe!

Caesar Salad

This is a classic restaurant style caesar salad turned vegetarian!

Eggs in A Hole

This dish is French toast meets sunnyside up eggs! A fun breakfast treat where the centre of a piece of toast is removed and an egg is fried in it's place!

Udon Noodle and Broccoli Salad

A fun and healthy lunch box salad!

Egg and Avocado wrap

A great lunch box treat for kids and grown ups alike!

Avocado and Tomato Melt with Fresh Basil

A deliciously creamy and fresh sandwich!

Herbed Bulgur

Bulghur is a healthy grain with a nutty taste that can be used as a side dish instead of rice when you need a change. It is very simple to cook any day of the week! In this recipe I used palm oil, but it can also be made with vegetable oil.

Easy Spinach and Chickpea Curry

This is a hearty vegetable curry that is quite simple to prepare. I felt a need for a simple curry, so in this recipe I used store bought curry powder and paste as well as frozen spinach.

Bhelipouri - Indian Street Food

I discovered this recipe after reading Indian literature, where the characters kept talking about eating Bhelipouri. I was so curious as to what this was and there started my research! It is a very common Indian street food made up of fresh mangos and spices mixed with puffed rice and nuts. It's really delicious!


This is a class Middle Eastern appetizer dip. It is great on its own served with pita or vegetables. It can also be used as a versatile condiment or sandwich spread.


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