Read Ellen Kanner’s book Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith and What to Eat for Dinner and you might find yourself, like me, wishing you were on her guest list for the next dinner party at her house.
She’s with us here though, reminding us to share the joys of cooking and eating together. She might nudge you to take a step or two further towards whole vegan foods, or growing your own veggies. No rush. One small step will do. What will it be?
A really cool East Van couple with a passion for real foods have just self-published a great cookbook: This East Van Kitchen: A Fresh Introduction to Cooking, featuring vegan, vegetarian and meat recipes.
That Kennedy Telford and Kim Mulder don’t have formal culinary or graphic design training worked to their advantage, because they’ve gone all out with their creativity and talents in these areas. Read more
Why not take advantage of the increasingly abundant variety of superfoods that are “vibrant, nutrient dense and have tremendous dietary and healing potential” according to nutrition guru David Wolfe.
The challenge I have is that there are so many with all sorts of health benefits, it can be difficult to sort through the information and figure out which ones would work best for me. You know the feeling too.
So in this post (and for future superfood posts), I clearly list key benefits of a few so that you can easily read and mentally tick off which ones you would like to check out. Let me know if that helps. Read more