Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking – Cookbook Review

Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking – Cookbook Review

Veganuary and #Vegancookbooklove continues!  This month a few of my favourite blog friends and I are writing about our favourite vegan cookbooks to help all of you out with eating healthy for the New Year. Today it’s all about Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking...

Blog Cookoff! Spices and Seasons Cookbook Giveaway!

This is food that the whole family will enjoy. What I really liked about this book is Rinku’s focus on sustainability and how a family can work towards a healthier and greener lifestyle with delicious food. And, although not exclusively a vegetarian cookbook, many of the recipes are meat-free and many are also vegan. Perfect for those who are trying to go meat-free once in a while.

Zucchini, Lemon Thyme and Onion Flatbread | “Spices & Seasons” Blog Cookoff

Zucchini, Lemon Thyme and Onion Flatbread | “Spices & Seasons” Blog Cookoff

This Zucchini, Lemon Thyme and Onion flatbread from Rinku Bhattacharya’s “Spices & Seaons” was something I just had to try. I love the idea of using pureed zucchini in the dough. Soon enough we will all have too many zucchini’s to deal with and finding something new to do with zucchini is always on my to-do list.

First 5K of 2013 and thinking about raw food

First 5K of 2013 and thinking about raw food

First things first. Saturday I completed my first 5k run of 2013.  This is part of a virtual race series hosted by Mommy Run Fast It turned out to be a beautiful day. Cold, of course, but the sun was shinning! My body felt tired.  Not my best 5k time, but I’m...
Blog stalking

Blog stalking

I come across stuff all the time I want to share with you…. then I forget all about it… only to later sit in front of my computer wondering what to post about. Go figure!  I found a little inspiration today so I thought I pass some of these little gems...
Food choices: Red Light, Green Light, Go

Food choices: Red Light, Green Light, Go

Teaching kids about healthy food is difficult.  Kids want to know.  My kids ask me all the time – “Is it healthy”? And honestly I have a hard time answering the question.  I don’t want to label any food as “bad.”  Guilt and food is just a bad...