Roasted Poblano Breakfast Tacos

These breakfast tacos were inspired by one of our last Farmer's Market a couple weeks ago. I follow one of our local farmers on Instagram, and I saw they were having a stock up sale. To make the deal even more irresistible, there was going to be a chile roaster there! I knew this was something I couldn't miss. And ... Read More

Easy Blender Fire Roasted Salsa

There's a local Mexican restaurant we've been going to for more years than I can remember, and they have the best salsa. I've always wondered what makes it so rich in flavor, but I'd never really attempted to figure it out before. I've always made a blender salsa year round when tomatoes aren't in season with fire roasted canned tomatoes. ... Read More

Carthew-Alderson Trail in Waterton Lakes National Park

The Carthew-Alderson Trail in Waterton Lakes National Park is ranked among the top 10 hikes to do in Canada. It's even listed as a world class hike, so you don't want to miss this one if you're making your way through Alberta. It's 12 miles starting at Cameron Lake and ending up back at the outskirts of the Waterton townsite. ... Read More

Gluten Free Caramel Apple Galette

Tyler's favorite dessert is apple pie, or pretty much anything apple cinnamon related. So over the years, I've developed lots of recipes with that combo in mind from this Apple Crisp with a Twist to my Cinnamon Crunch Apple Pie Smoothie Bowls. But unfortunately like we were talking about last week with my Chicken Pot Pie Pasta recipe, gluten free ... Read More

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Pasta

Chicken pot pie is one of the most classic of all comfort foods, and most people I know have their own specific attachments to it. For me it goes back to childhood, as all the best food memories do. Every fall, my Dad would leave for a couple weeks at a time to guide hunters into the back country. Mom ... Read More

Grain Free Glazed Cinnamon Apple Streusel Muffins

These apple muffins are inspired by a memory of muffins I used to make back in the days of white flour and sugar. They were chock full of apple chunks, and had the perfect amount of cinnamon in them. Needless to say, they were pretty much my favorite way to welcome in the fall season. So many years have passed ... Read More

Simple Meal Prepping

I've been getting so many requests for meal prepping, that I'm doing my best to write down what we do from week to week, and share it. Meal prepping is a 'more or less' type of thing for us. Some weeks we prep ahead a lot of food for extra busy weeks. But other times, we only prep ahead a ... Read More

Pot Sticker Stir Fry

Potstickers used to be a staple lunch for me when we lived in Calgary. You could get the best locally made wrappers, and I would make huge batches of them to freeze. Then for an easy lunch, I'd cook a few, and dip them in soy sauce, which was my favorite way to eat them. I'd kinda given up on ... Read More