Posts Tagged ‘Recipes’

Vegan Home Cookin’ with Gillian: Popsicles

5 May, 2015  |  by Gillian Kreft
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When the days get longer and the smell of fresh cut grass is in the air, the only thing I can seem to think about is popsicles. Here in Colorado, our weather comes and goes, but lately it’s been consistently above 50 and we had a couple days last week that were in the 80s. That meant I got to pull out all of my sundresses and resurrect my favorite popsicle recipes from last summer to share with you guys! I love experimenting…

Fresh Canteen: Cooking Made Easy

4 Apr, 2015  |  by Carly Mcleod
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We all have hectic schedules, and because of that, we want simple, quick meals. What if things could be easier? What if you could cook exciting recipes, eat fresher food, and do it all without taking a trip to the store? For me, Fresh Canteen is the no-brainer solution. Cooking is a stress reliever for me, and Fresh Canteen makes it even more easy to have a delicious home-cooked meal any day of the week.   Fresh Canteen delivers fresh ingredients for…

Meatless Monday with Vegan Girlfriend: Tofu Vegetable Curry

3 Mar, 2015  |  by Guest Post
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This guest post comes to us from Megan at Vegan Girlfriend. You can find the original vegan and gluten-free recipe here. Winter is awful here, we know, but we might as well make the most of it and embrace being able to enjoy hot dishes once again! This curry recipe provides comfort food at its finest: Ingredients: 2 tomatoes, diced 1 standard package tofu, extra firm or pressed 1 large sweet potato, baked and cut into cubes 1 standard can light…

Meatless Monday with Vegan Girlfriend: Caesar Salad Dressing

3 Mar, 2015  |  by Guest Post
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Here’s another guest post from our pals at Vegan Girlfriend. This one is from Megan and you can see the original post here. I worked a brief stunt in appetizer and dessert preparation at Swiss Chalet when I was in high school. That being said, I couldn’t touch a Caesar salad for years afterwards. Now I’m absolutely hooked to the vegan version! Yeah, I don’t understand it either. Ingredients… 1 cup raw cashews (soaked overnight + drained) 1/2 cup cold…

Vegan Home Cookin’ with Gillian: Oatmeal Cream Pies

3 Mar, 2015  |  by Gillian Kreft
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If you’re a vegan, you have probably heard of the holy mecca that is Native Foods. If you haven’t, it’s an all-vegan chain restaurant that serves up some great vegan food that can fool even the most devoted of meat eaters. The restaurant has a dessert aptly named the oatmeal cream pie: two cookies, about the size of your face, filled with twice as much cream as one person could consume in a sitting. It’s their most popular dessert, proven by…

Family Food Memories

12 Dec, 2014  |  by Guest Post
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This post comes to us from Jenny Roger, the mom of a fan. We’re always astonished when people get in touch to get involved and we really loved Jenny’s take on family holiday foods.  This past year I have been able to meet, talk to, and hear presentations by some of North America’s top celebrity chefs such as Michael Smith, Vikram Vij, Chuck Hughes, Rob Gentile, Mario Batali, and Giada de Laurentiis. These chefs are responsible for and have access…

Boozy Little Black Book: Pumpkin Shandy

9 Sep, 2014  |  by FGFSadmin
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Contributor Vanessa Kunderman is back with her weekly tips on making your own alcoholic bevvies. In her third piece she’ll teach you how to make a seasonal drink that’ll keep you warm all fall long.  I’m one of the many people who fall victim to needing everything to be pumpkin flavoured as soon as fall begins. To celebrate the first week of autumn I poured myself a pumpkin shandy… and lit pumpkin spice candles, made pumpkin soup and wore a pumpkin-hued scarf…

Boozy Little Black Book: Cherry Noir Collins

9 Sep, 2014  |  by Guest Post
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Contributor Vanessa Kunderman is back with her weekly tips on making your own alcoholic bevvies. Here’s her second installment, this time on a fruity little ombre drink.  I admit it, this recipe calls for those gloriously plump black cherries, but a good old-fashioned red maraschino will do the job. After all, the cherries will be drunk, and they won’t know if they’re black or red. Ms. Collins is bright on the palate, but she totally revolves around the creamy rich taste of…

Boozy Little Black Book: The Amaretto Fresh

9 Sep, 2014  |  by Guest Post
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This post comes to us from new contributor Vanessa Kunderman. She’s a design and writing freelancer, with a financial column targeted at Millenials, and her latest fantasy and sci-fi novel will be out this fall. This is the first installment in her Boozy Little Black Book, a series of delicious and easy drink recipes.  There is nothing more satisfying than drinking cute bevvies on the patio. And with summer making a beeline for fall, it’s time to test as many new…

Friday Foodie Five

5 May, 2014  |  by Yuli Scheidt

Every Friday we bring you our favourite foodie sights and sounds. Everything from food packaging and food inspired art, to recipes and reviews.  1. Little Bites – Parsley Root, Sweet Potato, and Beet Chips 2. Drinks – Mother’s Day Cocktail Recipes from Pharmacie 3. Elsewhere – Urbaine City,  Montréal 4. Sweets – Lavender Honey Crepe Cake 5.  Coffee – Iced Coffee Pops

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