This is a quick to make, refreshing snack or appetizer. There is plenty of room for experimenting with the seasoning too!
Full of whole grain goodness and protein packed egg whites, this frittata is perfect for Heart Health Awareness month. adapted from NYT Cooking
Adapted from Food & Wine
“A little of this and a little of that combine to create a zesty spice blend that reflects the American melting pot. Flavorful and versatile, add a teaspoon to your favorite soup or use it to season flour for breading seitan. If you’re missing one of the spices in this blend, you can modify the […]
A combination of melty mozzarella, sturdy Halloumi and salty olives on sourdough crust make this pizza worth skipping the takeout shop and staying in for! Serve with a Greek salad and a bottle of red wine for a simple yet satisfying dinner.
A super simplified version of a classic. This recipe makes a wonderful brunch for a crowd, or a lovely light dinner when served with a green salad.
Elevate a humble package of ramen from “college dorm” to “favorite food cart” quality.
So rich, creamy and easy– not to mention inexpensive– that you’ll never buy ricotta again! adapted from Smitten Kitchen
It’s day 5 of Alberta Co-op Basics Week, and I’m sharing a recipe from one of my favorite cooking websites, Budget Bytes. It’s full of yummy, healthy recipes that won’t break the bank. This one is an amazing tomato sauce that can be used just about anywhere: on pasta or pizza, spread in sandwiches, brushed […]
Welcome to Day 2 of Alberta Co-op Basics Week! Today we’re making roasted garlic, a simple kitchen staple that can take your cooking to the next level. Eaten alone, spread on a slice of baguette, used in place or raw garlic in a vinaigrette or mixed into Cauliflower Mash, the distinct flavor never fails […]