Homemade soups are one of my favourite meals and this one has been enjoyed in our house for years. It’s a recipe that came with my husband and they have both stayed!! Since being diagnosed with celiac disease this soup has not been as good, because the bread would just dissolve into mush. Until … […]

January 17, 2021

Doug’s French Onion Soup

I grew up saying courgettes, but these days it seems to be zucchini. I guess it depends where on the globe you live. Either way they are the most versatile veggie in my garden. Pick your zucchini when they are a medium size. The bigger, older ones have too much moisture content and not enough […]

August 14, 2020

Zucchini Fritters

This was so easy to make and I love the garlicky cheese sauce. It does make a good change from a tomato sauce and pairs well with the subtle tanginess of the sourdough crust. The day before baking, mix up the ingredients and leave covered in the fridge for 24 hours. Remove the dough from […]

December 13, 2019

Cheesy Garlic – Sourdough Pizza

This is an amazing recipe that was passed along from a close friend about 15 years ago. It not only tastes so good with the spiciness and the sweetness of the pineapple. It’s also so quick to make … about 30 minutes. It can be hard to find gluten free curries but Thai Kitchen is […]

June 19, 2019

Thai Chicken Pineapple Bowl

Halloumi or Halloom cheese. Have you tried it yet? This cheese is very unique in the way it doesn’t melt in a pan, or when grilled on the barbecue. Such a delicious, squeaky and salty bite. We first tried Halloumi in New Zealand with chef Dave Barry and loved the idea of a fried cheese… […]

March 7, 2018

Halloumi and Beetroot Salad

Many people who are first diagnosed with celiac disease are deficient in vitamins and minerals due to malabsorption. Upon being newly diagnosed and undergoing numerous tests. It was discovered that osteopenia, or lower than normal bone density was an issue. Along with very low iron. Therefore we are always looking for recipes that are loaded […]

February 23, 2018

Jenny’s Polenta and Spinach Dish.

Hayden is home from Europe and growing fast. We have come up with a quick and healthy baby food for her. Make sure that you use the split red lentils, because they do not need to soak long and they are easier to digest. Ingredients 2 Tbspn rice 2 Tbspn Red lentils 2 potato’s 2 […]

February 7, 2018

Lentil, Rice and Veggie Baby Food

It is December 1st and here in British Columbia we are just using the last of our tomatoes out of the garden. This year before we had a heavy frost, we brought the green tomatoes inside the house and put them in a cool dark room to ripen. It worked well, so we decided to […]

December 2, 2017

Tomato Pie – with Pumpkin Seed Pastry.

It’s that time of year with the weather cooling down that makes soup so appealing and this is a favourite. Kabocha and Buttercup squash have dark geeen skins and bright orange insides that are sweet. They are a good source of potassium, vitamin C, iron, beta carotene and fibre.  They are both a great choice […]

October 6, 2017

Pumpkin Soup

At our house we grow our own vegetables. This year because of all the fires in the province of BC, we have decided to make smoky tomato soup. Because we can’t get enough smoke these days…haha. For the recipe 7 pounds of tomatoes 1 tbsp of sugar 1 tbsp of salt 3 onions 3 stalks […]

September 11, 2017

Smoked Tomato Soup