This Roasted Butternut Squash & Pear soup is the perfect companion to a cold day. Combined with creamy coconut milk and subtle spices, these flavours are a match made in heaven.
It’s time to kick off this new year right with a roundup of our Healthy Soup Recipes! If you’re like me, this time of year always has me craving warm, comforting bowls of hearty soup that are filling and loaded with nutrient dense goodness.
Everyone needs a great turkey soup recipe to solve the post-holiday food dilemma! We all know that feeling when you simply can’t eat one more turkey sandwich, but don’t want to waste an ounce of food. If this describes your current situation, keep reading for my uncomplicated, old-fashioned turkey soup recipe that our kids loved!
If you look up ‘comfort food’ in a dictionary, I’m pretty sure that you will see a picture of French Onion Soup. Is there a better dish to serve on a cozy fall day? I think not.
Today I’m sharing my go-to DIY croutons (say goodbye to store bought croutons for life) along with my favourite soup recipes for those colder days.
Split Pea Soup is the perfect thing to make after Easter! It is the best way to use up leftover ham or to make as a vegetarian option for a healthy, simple and cozy lunch or dinner.
There are days that I pour myself a cup of tea (or wine, depending on the day), turn on some Louis Armstrong and spend HOURS creating something fabulous (or at least trying to). And there are other days when I fly in the house after work with a cranky 3-year old who needed to be…
Growing up in Northern Alberta I was raised on comfort food like this hamburger soup. I love that I was able to transform it into a delicious plant-based version thanks to the Beyond Beef!
My first waitressing job during university was at an eclectic little bistro called the Tomato Cafe, nestled in the Cambie neighbourhood of Vancouver. Originally owned and founded by Diane Clement (cookbook author and previous Olympic athlete), it was true serendipity that they hired me. The Tomato Cafe has had a profound influence on my perspective…