Summer Pasta

Is your fridge bursting with zucchinis, tomatoes and basil this summer? I know mine sure is! I can't get enough of the clean fresh flavours that summer has to offer and this simple summer pasta is such a fantastic way to enjoy all the deliciousness of fresh summer produce. Sweet tomatoes and onions, aromatic garlic, … Continue reading Summer Pasta


Vegan Cauliflower Alfredo

I've always been a sucker for an indulgent creamy pasta sauce, vegan or otherwise. Anything creamy really. Tomato sauce or Alfredo? Alfredo. Cheesecake or brownies? Cheesecake. Spinach dip or Hummus? Spinach dip. Caesar salad or vinaigrette? Caesar. You get the picture. Now, as much as I love a silky, tangy, garlicky creamy alfredo sauce, I … Continue reading Vegan Cauliflower Alfredo

Vegan Spanikopita (Spinach Pie)

I grew up with Spanikopita being a normal weekend dinner. Unfortunately, I'm not Greek (though totally wish I were sometimes!) but instead I grew up with adventurous parents who experimented with a whole range of different foods. Spanikopita was a family favourite! For anyone not familiar with Spanikopita, or Spinach Pie, it is a Greek … Continue reading Vegan Spanikopita (Spinach Pie)

Greek Lemon Potatoes

Who else loves the potatoes from Greek restaurants?! I think they're so delicious that I used to order extra potatoes instead of rice when we ordered Greek take-out. Now that we eat exclusively plant-based, the trouble with simply ordering Greek potatoes from a restaurant is that they're often cooked using chicken stock or chicken base. … Continue reading Greek Lemon Potatoes

Red Lentil Dhal

Dhal, also spelled Daal, Dal, and Dahl refers to any variety of beans, lentils or split peas. It is also the name of a dish made from its namesake seasoned with warm spices, tomato, onion and garlic that is very common in India. This particular Dhal is made with red lentils, which are quick cooking … Continue reading Red Lentil Dhal


Cornbread -- The quintessential Chili sidekick. They go together as well as peanut butter and jelly. In fact, I think I like this combo better than a good ol' PB & J.  Maybe its because I've always been more of a savory girl, but any excuse I get to eat Cornbread & Chili, you can … Continue reading Cornbread