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Banana Bread with Pears and Honeyed Chocolate Sauce

Paleo Banana Bread with Pears and Honeyed Chocolate Sauce

        So stoked on this Paleo Banana Bread with Pears and Honeyed Chocolate Sauce, for reals, it’s gluten and grain free, super moist and indulgently delicious. All I wanted today (and most days) was something rich and chocolately, warm and comforting, with a nice hot chai, and it doesn’t get much better […]

roasted ratatouille with sunflower seed pesto

Roasted Ratatouille with Sunflower Seed Pesto

  Rrratatouille, it’s worth making, not only is it a palatable way to enjoy a smorgasbord of summer vegetable abundance, just the word ratatouille is fun to say. I love to enjoy ratatouille in a number of ways, traditionally it is a slowly stewed dish with herbes de provence, but I also love roasting it and […]

creamy chocolate crunch bars

Creamy Chocolate Crunch Bars (no bake)

  Nom nom nom, these bars will blow your mind with textural supremacy! They are like a raw nanaimo bar, without all the junk. Seriously, they’re so loaded with goodness that you won’t even need more than one. Well, maybe just one more. Raw treats are my thang, especially in summer when the house is […]

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Golden Turmeric Milk

Golden Turmeric Milk

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about Immune health. All this talk of the next pandemic gives me the heeby jeebies and I hate to think of the suffering occurring in West Africa right now. It’s hard not to think of the possibility of Ebola spreading, and what our action plan will be. For now, […]

make your own chai tea concentrate

Make Your Own Chai Tea Concentrate

  Chai is a staple in India, and for good reason, hot or cold, the medicinal deliciousness of a flavour combo that’s been around longer than you can say Saraswati is always and forever off the hook. What I don’t love, is sitting around for an hour waiting for the amazing herbs, roots and seeds […]

how to harvest and prepare rose hips

How to Harvest and Use Rose Hips

The Vitamin C of the North, we may not have citrus trees and schizandra berries but we do have an abundance of wild rose hips. Rose hips are rich in Vitamin C (1000mg/100g) and other flavanoids,polyphenols,Vitamins B1,B2,B3 and Vitamins K and A, making them particularly useful for those long winter months. I love going for […]

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Lamb Tikka Masala & Plums

Lamb Tikka Masala with Plums

  Plums in curry? I know what your thinking.  Yes, the beloved stone fruit is a really neat accompaniment in a savoury fully bodied curry. The acids in the fruit make the dish pop. Not that it’s loaded with plums, there’s really a small amount compared to the size of the curry.  Small subtleties, just […]

Mango Coconut Energy Bites

Mango Coconut Energy Bites

You know how people declare something really really tasty as ‘drool worthy’? Well how many times do they actually drool. I mean come on most people don’t drool no matter how amazing something tastes. But you know what? I drooled. Eating one of these sweet delights drool fell out of my mouth in slow motion […]

chimichurri sauce

Chimichurri with Sorrel

This is pure green goodness with a wicked name. It’s origin is Argentinian and is typically served on grilled meats. On it’s own you would think chimichurri is uber intense, but on rice, or meat or in a dressing it is lovely.


Paleo Lamb Sliders 3 Ways

  These little babies are gooooood. I mean, why have one burger when you can have 3, each uniquely delicious, really there’s no comparison.   Lamb is one of my favourite meats, it’s so delicate and tender when cooked just right. It’s also one of the healthiest, especially when 100% grass fed. “ Grass-fed lamb has […]