coconut macaroons

A peaceful rainy day and a sick kid calls for the only kind of productivity possible: quick and simple cooking, a camera in hand and the soundtrack to your springtime filling your space. These are the easiest thing you will ever make. And they are amazing! As usual, I use alternative sweeteners so they don't…

garden cake with cashew-cream icing + the magic of a birth day

Birthdays are milestones in time, markers in our story. They are pin-pricks in our existence as a human, poking little light-holes (or dark spots) in the map of our life. Depending on how our memories pan-out our childhood birthdays usually hold a monumental position in our psyche. Almost everyone will have a story of the…

Warm Oatmeal Chai Smoothie

Oh hai. It's been a while. Β I have reason, but not excuse. It's been a time of cooking and eating to exist, which in my world means there is no measuring and in your world means I can't document any recipe to recreate. But hey, it's a new calendar year and I woke up this…

children spell love: T.I.M.E.

A great friend of mine sent an article a while ago about how you should travel with your kids even when they are tiny. It was a reminder of the complex neurological development in babies and toddlers and how they are absorbing everything. It shed light on the common worry (or thought) that a trip…

olive oil oat-cakes

Each time I jaunt over the pond I’m reminded of something awesome: Oat Cakes! Are they a cracker, a biscuit or are they a cookie? They're kind of everything. And they're a fabulous. Usually packaged oat cakes are made with butter and sometimes a little sugar. They aren't super sweet so they're super versatile with…

cilantro dressing

Like it or leave it, cilantro (or coriander) is one of those flavours that you either adore or detest. Some say it tastes like soap, which is apparently a genetic response. I definitely don't have that gene and think it's fabulous. Whether adding to Asian or Mexican inspired dishes, I think cilantro is one of…

roasted tahini cauliflower (with sriracha or miso)

Harvest season means finding all the ways to use fresh and local! Here is a simple roasted cauliflower recipe everyone will love.