Category Archives: Whole Foods

My Paris Kitchen by David Lebovitz

I had declared a moratorium on the purchase of new cookbooks due to the looming scarcity of allotted shelf space in my

Grilled Peach Salad with Honeyed Rhubarb

With a long weekend ahead, there will be lots of camping and hiking going on! We’re fortunate to live a short

Gluten-Free Rhubarb Scones with a Pink Lemonade Glaze

And just like that, the morning after a week confined to a rain-smothered earth.. we’re roused by the weak but

Easy Strawberry Balsamic Chicken Recipe

This is one of my favorite weeknight chicken recipes with a few new additions to make it appear so much more

Matrimonial Cake Granola

I have a thing for weddings.. and Date Squares! Here in Western Canada they’re sometimes called Matrimonial Cake

Spicy Mexican Taco Bites

I am a “yes” person, you know, the one who says “sure” before they think through the

Wildflower Honey Recipe for Mother’s Day

Sometimes.. it is suddenly the day before Mother’s Day and you’ve forgotten to buy a gift. If

Pansy Wacky Cake

Smidge: “Sorry can’t make it to the bbq, going to be in Hawaii.. jk What can I bring?? A birthday

White Tara Breakfast Bowl Recipe

Life can be so difficult.. it can help to practice yoga and meditation.. to turn inward for peace. I love the directed

Reboot with Joe Day Three

Today was a crazy day, both Katie and I had last minute appointments to get our hair done! So the third and final day

Reboot with Joe Day Two

I woke up relieved that my headache was gone and I was surprisingly happy to continue on with my Reboot with Joe

Reboot with Joe

As I’m typing this, visions of all sorts of snacks are floating through my mind. It’s amazing how

Vegan + Raw Mint Cacao Chip Smoothie

I’m not sure when I began to think I wasn’t enough. Not pretty enough, funny enough, smart enough,

Pad Tofu Long Song

One of our favorite dishes at The King and I restaurant is their Pad Kai Long Song. Traditionally this dish, also know

Gluten-Free Mayer Lemon and Blueberry Granola

When my son Phil was born, we lived in a bungalow with only two bedrooms on the main floor. I loved that first home,