It’s winter time, the 1st of January 2020 and squash can still be found everywhere! In the garden, local roadside stands, and our local markets and grocery stores. Butternut squash is one of my favourite squashes. It’s so versatile, it can be used for sweet or savoury dishes. It’s sweet, has a great firm flesh, and is full vitamin A, potassium, and fibre. I make a few different kinds of butternut soup. This one is a nice creamy, coconutty version. Super (SUPER) easy and delicious. Full of whole foods, good fats, and tones of flavour! Bonus: my kiddos loved it!Continue reading “Thai (ish) Butternut Squash Soup”
Buenos Dias amigos! What’s the deal with eating and shopping both seasonally and locally? I could go on and on about this topic and how important it is for so many reasons but… that may be long and boring and I think I would lose you all fairly early on. So, I’m going to make a little check list. First, I’m going to outline why I believe it is super important to eat with the seasons. Second, what foods are available locally to us and growing right now in October – the best month of the year in my humble opinion.
And finally, I’m going to tell you exactly where to find these foods!
So, without further adieu, let’s go!!
It’s pumpkin season ladies and gentlemen! We all know this. We all dream about this time, all throughout the year. Anxiously await its arrival. Right? Even if pumpkin isn’t what you dream of from December through mid-September – when you finally start seeing the beautiful squash start to pop up into the fields again, this recipe is still delicious and one worth trying!Continue reading “Pumpkin Grolella (AKA Granola)”
Hey all! This one is for the books! It’s a keeper, it’s delicious, it’s a dish that doesn’t need added salt, a bit more acid, anything, it literally is perfect as is! It’s fall here in Victoria, BC and that means a whole lotta local broccoli, brussels sprouts, zucchini, and all things cruciferous! I’m listing the first three vegetables because that is what this dish features! You can honestly throw any nice green veg in here. Bok Choy would go amazingly. So would any kind of cabbage, which are also growing locally right now at the farms!Continue reading “Garlic Ginger Greens & Tofu”