Cherry Chopped Salad

We have been in the midst of a summer heatwave and I have zero desire to turn on the stove or oven at the moment. As a result, I find myself reaching for recipes that require no heat and are quick and easy to pull together. Salads top the list, you can pair some lettuce or greens with a delicious vinaigrette, add a few different toppings and you are good to go. It's also a wonderful way to make use of the abundance of fresh greens available this time of year. My trip to the Halifax Brewery and Seaport Markets this weekend provided lots of seasonal inspiration for this delicious salad. The main focus of this salad comes in the form of cherries, which were in abundance at the market this week. I make a point of chatting with the vendors I purchase my fruit and veggies from and was…

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Hearty Za’atar and Sorghum Soup

Back in my university days I remember popping into a cafe on the University of Toronto campus to pick up a quick and filling lunch. They frequently served Italian Wedding Soup, which I was a big fan of. There was something about the little balls of chewy pasta, paired with greens and meat balls that was satisfying from both a textural and flavour perspective.

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Lemon Garlic Lentil Soup
I came up with this recipe for a picnic lunch on the beach at Ruby Beach, WA this afternoon!

Lemon Garlic Lentil Soup

I have to admit, I have never been an egg fan. I don't care for the taste, the smell, the texture or the evil things they do to my stomach. But the one exception to that rule used to be Greek Avgolemono soup, with its lovely tang and citrus notes.

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Back To My Roots Borscht

Fall is definitely in the air as we start to experience shorter days and colder nights. All of these shifts and changes have me reaching for my cozy sweaters along with warm and nourishing soups and teas. The inspiration for this particular recipe came from the bounty of root vegetables in our weekly CSA bag, along with a strong family history of consuming beets. 

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