We love meatballs in our house! Or, as D pronounces them “eat balls!” I’ve found meatballs are one of the best ways to hide some extra nutrition in a meal that my kids will actually eat. Typically, I’ll serve meatballs with a sweet and sour sauce but have also served this recipe with tomato sauce …
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After traveling and a bought of sickness lately, it’s comforting to get back into the usual routines at home. In our house that means a satisfying Sunday roast. While the roast ‘beast’ changes from week to week, each dinner is thoroughly enjoyed by the entire family and signifies an end to one week and the …
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If you didn’t get the memo, we don’t really adhere to the tradition Western diet 😉 Allergies, sensitivities and Mama’s endless researching of proper nutrition means that typical meal ingredients are substituted with healthier options. Our beef teriyaki meal tonight was no different and definitely didn’t disappoint! Typically, I like to use Ontario produce (or …
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We are very lucky to have access to some fantastic, local, grass-fed beef. I first found Middle River Farm when the kids were initially diagnosed with food allergies. The typical supermarket fare was loaded with allergens and, as I started to scrutinize all food products more, the meat selection seemed to lack flavour so I …
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Easiest. Recipe. Ever. If, like me, you’re trying to incorporate more fermented foods into your diet then this is a super simple recipe you’ll love. While I typically try to make “wild” fermentations (i.e. allowing the good bacteria found on/in fruits/vegetables, in the environment, etc. to initiate fermentation) in this recipe I used some of …
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