This fall-inspired vegetarian Butternut Squash Lasagne is the perfect baked dish for cozy nights. One-pan dishes like these are great make-ahead meals and are true life-savers when feeding a hungry crowd!
If you’re looking for a unique way to use spaghetti squash, this is it! These sweet and salty Spaghetti Squash Fritters are a fun appetizer to make for a crowd big or small, and are best served with a dollop of creamy herbed yogurt.
These easy veggie packed Burrito Spaghetti Squash Boats are fun and easy to make. A lighter take on a burrito, these boats are full of fresh Mexican flavours: you’ll be smooth sailing right through dinner time! I made these vegetarian but would taste great with chicken, beef or veggie ground.
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.
I love one-pan meals, and this Apple & Butternut Squash Roasted Chicken is one of the easiest AND most comforting meals to make when the weather gets cooler. This dish takes very little effort to prepare with simple ingredients including local beautiful apples.
I have OFFICIALLY found my favourite way to eat spaghetti squash … THIS Caprese Spaghetti Squash! I had this idea in the back of my mind for ages, and finally got around to making it. I knew that squash wasn’t going to cook itself, so today was the day.
It’s that time of year where we’re looking for any way possible to use up the abundance of zucchini we have. Enter these Zucchini Fritters, you guys are going to love these!
Zucchini is overflowing in gardens, farmers markets, and grocery stores right now, and we couldn’t be happier! We’ve rounded up a heap of healthy recipes and tips for zucchini to help you eat through that pile of zucchini on your counter that’s patiently waiting for a home.
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…