This nutrient-rich dish is a flavourful vegan shepherd's pie but since there are no animals like sheep or animal products in this dish (unless you use cow butter) I'd rather it have it's own name like maybe Gardener's pie. My husband and son, who eat meat occasionally, actually prefer this dish rather than the meat… Continue reading Lentils and Maple~Mustard Sweet Potato Mash
Carrots are something that are in abundance in soup season (aka fall, aka autumn). Of course you can get them year round but autumn is the time for carrots. Being a root vegetable, it is very grounding. (Roots coming from the ground) By that I mean: Centered Solid Strong Balanced Less tense Less stressed I… Continue reading Sweet Carrot Soup
To serve pumpkin soup in individual sized pumpkins is such a novel idea! When my children were little I would make it special on Hallowe'en night. I and they had hoped it would become a tradition. Some Hallowe'ens (depending on the day of the week it fell) I was just unable to make the soup… Continue reading Curried Coconut Pumpkin Soup
Another fall seasonal favourite is apples! There are many different varieties ranging from yellows to greens, pinks and deep reds and can have many subtle or drastic differences in flavour. There are about 7500 different varieties worldwide! Wow! So how to know which one to choose for the purpose it's intended? All apples are good… Continue reading Baked apples Stuffed with Spiced granola
This is a simple recipe that should only take about 45 minutes to an hour all-in but most of that time is inactive for you that you can spend making a salad, preparing buns, setting the table, relaxing with a book, catching up with loved ones or in quiet meditation.