Hello Everyone! Today I'm posting something a little bit different from normal but something I was so incredibly excited to do and would like to do more often... a book review! I love to read and often find myself going through "spurts" of frenzied reading followed by a reading drought. Maybe I'm just not committed… Continue reading Daisy Chain – Book Review and Interview with Author Kirstie Malone
I've never been to India, nor do I claim to be a trained chef, however I do know that I absolutely LOVE Indian food. Butter chicken, Korma, curries, love them all. One more thing I am not.... Vegetarian. With my husbands family being beef farmers I also don't see it being a likely lifestyle change… Continue reading Chickpea and Tofu Curry with Basmati Rice
I'm back! Things in my life got a little bit hectic there for a little while. Combine that with an infant going through a sleep regression and I opted to take a short mental health vacation. While my son is still not sleeping through the night and I am far from well rested, my motivation… Continue reading Overcoming My Biggest Blogging Struggles Thus Far + a Free Organizational Download!
I'm back with another super simple, quick and most importantly delicious weeknight recipe. These last few weeks I've sort of resigned myself to being a shut in. For no real reason in particular other than it was pouring rain and my son was going through a developmental leap that turned him into some sort of… Continue reading Grilled Turkey Burger with Arugula, Goat Cheese and Pear
Good Afternoon All! Todays thirty minute Thursday is not a full meal per se, however it is a kitchen staple and can be the base for a myriad of meals. This recipe was spurred on by the fact that it had snowed about a foot outside, I had a cranky 5 month old baby, and… Continue reading Thirty Minute Thursday – Artisan Style Flaxseed Bread
One of my absolute favourite kitchen implements is my Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer.. If you’ve never heard of them, they’re a fantastic. They very quickly and easily cut vegetables into long thin strands, similar to spaghetti. In a time when everyone is searching for healthier and more nutritious food options this little contraption helps to… Continue reading Butternut Squash Noodles with Goat Cheese and Cinnamon Candied Pecans