Spring Green Minestrone

Spring Green Minestrone

Spring means really fresh greens! You think it’s not time for soup? Maybe not today, but you well know that spring as its chilly nights! And, you can also enjoy this amazing soup cold, for a refreshing lunch! It’s easy, quick to make an so fragrant! Highly...
Rhubarb Cordial and Gin Cocktail

Rhubarb Cordial and Gin Cocktail

Happy Mother’s Day!!! What better drink could you ask for to treat mum? Rhubarb is in season, it’s beautiful and pink, taste amazing and is guaranteed to wow. Start by making your own cordial, which is a syrup made from fresh fruits. Cordial can be enjoyed...
Tzatziki (with vegan option)

Tzatziki (with vegan option)

Who else is enjoying the summer like weather??? We have been spoiled around Vancouver with sun and temperature well above average. That kind of weather calls for fresh food and I don’t know about you, but I could eat Tzatziki with pretty much anything....
Chicken Karahi

Chicken Karahi

This Tuesday, April 13th, marks the start of Ramadan, celebrated my muslins all around the world. For this occasion, we are welcoming Ragini to our blog this week, so she can share a recipe from her extensive Middle East and Indian knowledge in food and culture! This...
Easter Paska

Easter Paska

It seems like almost every region of the world celebrating Easter has its own version of Brioche. Paska is tradional in Eastern Europe but also along Mennonites. I learned to make Paska when working at a Cafe, where the owner and her family had been making this recipe...
7 Hours Leg of Lamb

7 Hours Leg of Lamb

I don’t remember celebrating Easter without lamb. It is definitely a European tradition. There are many ways you can cook lamb, but this gotta be my favorite Easter recipe. It is so easy! Don’t fooled by the name! It’s 7 hours of unattended cooking,...