Alright, so it’s time that I actually take my heart health seriously. Having just witnessed (and been a part of) the difficult process and recovery required for a neglected heart, I need to do all I can to avoid the same fate.
I’ve been working with my mum to make balanced, properly proportioned meals since we got home this week. I want to make sure that the momentum that began at the hospital with appropriate meals doesn’t lose steam. This is so important. Continue reading “12 heart health recipes (in a bowl)”
At work, we are busy planning a graduation and anniversary celebration, and have been talkin’ Mexican cuisine with Martin from La Mesita Catering. Needless to say, I’ve been craving cheesy, meaty, spicy goodness for weeks! Cinco de Mayo couldn’t come at a better time!
Want to whip something up to celebrate this week? Here’s a roundup of all my favourites – including budget recipes, fancy recipes, drink recipes… Anything that will make your Cinco de Mayo celebration fun and delicious! Oh, and make sure to send me and invitation, K? Continue reading “cinco de mayo recipe roundup”
Looking for a healthier treat that you don’t have to feel bad about giving to kids and nibbling on yourself? Check out my Guilt-Free Easter Truffles post over on the So Fawned Lifestyle blog.
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Ok guys, I have my first update from my 2015 Bucket List, and it’s got to do with food. You know how I said a few weeks ago that I wanted to try some more foods on the 100 Food List Challenge that I’m missing? Well, I did!!…. kind of. Continue reading “food bucket list #1”
Let me start off by saying that I didn’t go to Cuba for a culinary adventure. Don’t get me wrong, I would love to! Much like the culture and heritage, Cuban food is a unique fusion of African, Spanish, Caribbean influences. But when you’re travelling with someone that has food restrictions, it’s a challenge to balance the desire for new food experiences with the mindfulness that there needs to be “safe” foods for them on the menu. Some people don’t share the same culinary audacity and enthusiasm that I have, and that’s OK. Continue reading “travel to taste: cuban eats”
There is nothing that excites me more than the thought of travelling around the world and stuffing my gob with amazing foods. Thankfully, I have had several opportunities to do just that in the past five years, and look forward to adding to that list in the years to come.
In my last Travel to Taste blog posting, I shared with you my Canadian favourites. Now, I’m going to go beyond the borders and share with you the delightful bites that I’ve had abroad.
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Over a year and a half ago, I fell for my total opposite. I, a self-proclaimed foodie, fell for a picky-eater. Continue reading “putting a name to a disorder”