The annual trip to Salento was going to be different this time. I was a newly fledged Vegan. No calamari or mozzarella for me. Could I do it? Actually yes I could! Any very easily. All the produce is so incredibly delicious in Salento with a heavy focus on vegetables. And the beans! So many beans. After all, Salento is known for its Cucina Povera (poor kitchen) And that’s where my new favourite dish of the trip came in – the humble cannellini bean....more
Nothing beats the chill of fall air and combats a seasonal cold-virus like a steaming hot bowl of soup, brimming with immunity boosting ingredients.Besides the delightfully toasty temperature and delicious flavor, this soup is high in vitamins and antioxidants that boosts immunity, increases cardiovascular function, and possesses other healing properties. ...more
Thanksgiving is a few weeks away, and if like me, you are already dreaming of Thanksgiving recipes and planning your holiday meals, this vibrant medley of Fall flavors is the perfect dish to add to your list!
Hey Cuties. I wanted to start off my Tuesday right by sharing one of my favorite breakfasts. It always leaves a huge smile on my face because it tastes like Hawaii in a cup. Who doesn’t want that feeling first thing in the morning!?!?...more
Today’s post is dedicated to food.
The type of food that makes you feel vibrant, healthy, uplifted, strong, empowered, energetic, and buzzing with life.
Let’s peel back the layers and talk basics.
This is actually much less complicated than you might think.
I’m going to break this down into two categories.
This salad provides so many colours, flavours and textures that you’ll forget you’re eating a salad at all! As most of my recipes begin, I threw this together from vegetables and pantry items that I had lying around looking a bit sad. It is brilliantly filling and offers a great mixture of protein, carbs and fibre!Serves 1Ingredients50g Giant Couscous (the most enjoyable of all couscous)...more