I might be a little on the extreme side, but I could eat Banh Mi sandwiches every single day of the week, and still not be tired of them! The obsession started at a tiny little shop in downtown Chinatown, Calgary.
I’m often asked how I come up with recipes, and to be honest it’s a bit of a mystery to me most of the time too. These Thai Zucchini Meatballs with Mango Coconut Sauce are definitely no exception. It was really just a craving for meatballs along with the idea, (and again I have no idea where I came up … Read More
I’ve been getting lots of requests for more Instant Pot recipes as well as meatless meals. So today is a 2 for 1 kind of situation. Or it may be more than that come to think of it because this Tikka Masala is also vegan and Whole30 too!
I love a good fried rice because they’re so easy to make and so satisfying. I wasn’t a huge cauliflower rice fan when I first tried it, but once I started making ‘fried rice’ with it, then I was hooked.
When I first saw the idea of a Pizzadilla floating around the Internet, I knew I need one ASAP! Turns out they’ve been around for a while, but in my usual fashion, I’m late to the party.
I know meatloaf might not be the most popular food out there. But I do have to say I’ve always liked it, and it’s just plain good comfort food. While there’s nothing wrong with old fashioned regular meatloaf, I really can’t help mixing it up a bit with recipes!
The idea for this roast came from a vinaigrette dressing I made a few years back now. I had just a couple pepperoncini peppers leftover in the jar after making my Italian Antipasto Pasta Salad, and I was wondering what on earth I was going to do with them.
I’m extra excited about today’s recipe because it comes from my friend Julia’s new cookbook, Paleo Power Bowls! Not only is this book absolutely packed with gorgeous looking food, but it’s also the kind of cookbook you could eat from indefinitely.
I like to challenge my own preconceived ideas about food, especially anything considered ‘healthy’. Despite years and years of small steady changes to my diet to try and eat healthier, it’s somehow still hard for me to believe that ‘healthy’ can be so good.