Archive of ‘Vegetarian’ category

Wholesome Whole Grains with Herbed Mushrooms and Feta Cheese

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After a delicious week of holiday eating, I’m back in my Toronto kitchen, getting back to old, delicious — but more wholesome — eating habits. This is the kind of dish I turn to when I know my body is craving something nurturing. It starts with par-boiled grains — a real time-saver for any busy […] Read more…

 

Fall Fave: Kale Salad with Pomegranate and Almonds

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First things first, this kale salad wasn’t meant to be a post (hence the quick Instagram photo!) but I realized that I had never blogged about one of the staple salads I make so often at home. When I put this together a few days ago, I couldn’t help but share. I know many of […] Read more…

 

White Asparagus with Olives and Golden Breadcrumbs

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I couldn’t resist picking up a bunch of white asparagus when I found them during my grocery run a couple days ago — it’s actually a pretty rare find on the side of the world and an appetizer I can never get enough off. I grew up eating the white variety in Paris, most often […] Read more…

 

Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Gruyere Croutons

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I’m easing into Fall, can you tell? The secret to this soup is simple: roasting the cauliflower before adding it to the other ingredients in the soup adds oodles of flavour and an almost nutty taste to the cauliflower. If you want to make this on a weeknight and don’t have much time, you can […] Read more…

 

Sumac Buttered Corn

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Side dishes, by definition, most often don’t get prime attention. Seasonal sweet corn, however, can quickly become the star of the show at this time of year. A little salt and butter usually suffices to dress it up, but this is a really easy to add a little more oomph. I always have sumac on […] Read more…

 

Halloumi, Asparagus and Watermelon Salad

Putting together healthy, fast and satisfying weeknight meals may very well be the Achilles heels of most cooks. I spend the better part of my professional days developing recipes and coming up with easy dinner solutions for Canadian Living readers, but I do often come home with the eternal, almost cliche, “what’s for dinner?” question. […] Read more…

 

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