…. the wild blackberry, Rubus Occidentalis, is an incredibly nutritious and healthy berry, native to North America and a true superfood (although not advertised as such), which is free for the picking in many areas of Canada and the USA. They are good to freeze and can but great just picked off the bramble. The Bountiful […]
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We are not big dessert eaters in our home – although I won’t say “no” to a slice of mouth-watering New York cheesecake with an Irish coffee once in a while – but we do eat a lot of fresh and stewed fruit with yoghurt and with an abundance of rhubarb in the early spring […]
Another really simple, delicious dish for the whole family. Use whole wheat pasta or brown rice pasta for the gluten free version. Make two and freeze one. Lasagne Ingredients & Directions 9 – 11 lasagne noodles – 100% certified organic gluten free brown rice. Cooked as per directions on box. Layer in order Drizzle of Olive […]
…. it’s the season and there is nothing like fresh spot prawns! A real treat when available. This is another all time favourite when holidaying on the West Coast – the spot prawn season, if open, usually only lasts 6 to 8 weeks each spring. They are sustainable – please see notes. The oysters were […]
Is it time to say “hello” to honey and “goodbye” to white sugar, corn syrup and artificial sweeteners ~ this decision is a personal choice ~ but I believe an extremely important one for your health’s sake. Reasons to Switch to Honey At the end of 2010 the decision was made to cut our family’s […]