Salmon Cakes

This is a very quick post to share a recipe that I really enjoyed today! Ingredients: 1 egg 1 x 200g can of Salmon – do not drain 1 TBSP Coconut Flour 1 pinch of dill 1 pinch of sea salt 1 pinch of black pepper Preheat oven to 400F (220C).  Whisk the egg with…

Beef and Vegetable Casserole

Sometimes I find I get wrapped up in finding or creating all these healthy versions of things that I forget that there are plenty of ‘normal’ meals that we don’t need to alter at all! It’s cold and windy in Montreal today and I feel like something hearty.  My mum always made simple stews in…

Orange Almond Cookies

I made this recipe to satisfy a craving for a shortbread style cookie. Instead of using cups and spoons, I have learned I get more consistent results using a kitchen scale. These ingredients are not as forgiving as traditional flours and sugar and much too expensive to waste on a failed recipe. I hope you…

Creamy Coleslaw

Again I apologize for my terrible photography!  If you name a prettier version take a photo please! This is delish though despite my bad picture!  I make a big batch and it keeps at least 4 days (we’ve never had any left longer than that to test it!  Even my picky 2 yr old loves…

Broccoli Salad

Kyra’s Broccoli Salad is very popular at the moment!!  It looks fab and writing this post is making me hungry!! Salad: 3 heads raw broccoli chopped small, 3 slices of sweet onion diced, 2 strips cooked bacon diced, 1/4 cup green pumpkin seeds, 1/4 cup raisins (not S.A.N.E. can be omitted) Dressing 3/4 cup non…

Green tea tips

One of the recommendations Jonathan Bailor makes in The Calorie Myth is to drink a lot of green tea.  Green tea however isn’t very nice if you don’t prepare it properly.  I’ve always hated green tea except when served in posh Japanese restaurants.  That was because I was making it wrong!! So I asked the…