It’s that time of the year again to dust off the BBQ and fire up the grill. You absolutely want to try these lemon and herb salmon burgers which are perfect for grilling. The lemon, dill, and parsley offer a nice light subtle flavour the whole family will love. These salmon burgers are a new family […]
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Spring Greens with Teriyaki Salmon
We eat salmon on a weekly basis, mostly for the health benefits but also for the taste. I am lucky both girls and D love salmon too. This salmon salad is made with seasonal ingredients like arugula, radishes, and spring peas but you can substitute any vegetables to suit your taste preferences. I made a […]
Kale Salad with Asparagus!
Its officially spring! I am so looking forward to the upcoming season of fresh, local fruit and vegetables. I bought fresh asparagus this past weekend, its got me excited about my weekly Saturday morning farmer’s market routine. To celebrate I made this kale salad with asparagus. Asparagus is one of my favourite spring vegetables. […]
October is non GMO month
Do you know your eating? Do you often eat processed foods? Do you read the ingredient lists on foods? Do you know what GMO stands for? October is non genetically modified organism (GMO) month or unprocessed month ,organized by the Non GMO project to help raise awareness about GMO’s. What are GMO’s? Genetically modified […]
Organic Food; Is It Worth The Extra Dollar?
Organic food is becoming increasingly popular, Canada has seen an increase in 20% over the last couple of years but there are still questions and confusion around organic food and whether it is really worth the extra dollar. Choosing to buy organic is a personal choice; some people choose organic foods for their health […]