If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might already know how much I love KitchenAid Torrent Blender. For years I’ve wanted a juicer for vegetables and harder fruits but couldn’t justify the extra cupboard space but the Torrent does such a great job with hard produce that I don’t need two machines. […]
Ah… summer – it’s finally here. And with that, a different way of eating – lighter meals, more fruits and vegetables. Though I’ve been pretty good about incorporating fruits and veggies into my diet over the colder months, thanks to the KitchenAid Torrent Blender, I’m excited for the warmer months when there’s more variety to […]
This post is sponsored by Better than Bouillon. If I had the time I would always make my own stock. It is one of the easiest things to make but somehow it doesn’t happen nearly as often as I imagine it should. So, when it comes to adding flavour to dishes like soups and stews, […]
This post is sponsored by the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers. “Fresh Ontario produce – in the winter months?” I know I know, it sounds impossible but here in Ontario, we are lucky to be served by the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers (OGVG), a not-for-profit organization, formed in 1967, representing approximately 220 members who grow greenhouse […]
I’m a bit of a sucker for pretty packaging, I’ll admit. So when I first saw the 1847 Stone Milling flour packages on Instagram, I was smitten. Then I read a little bit about the company, the flours and the (fully compostable!) packaging and was even more impressed. Not just pretty packaging, 1847 Stone Milling […]
I’m always up for a good challenge involving food and technology so when I was invited to participate in Canada Beef‘s “Can You Make the Cut?” Challenge, I accepted in a heartbeat. My task? To download The Roundup app (find it for iOS or Android) – a new app from Canada Beef – and take it […]
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