It feels like the last couple of weeks have just flown by. I just can’t believe its December already![Read more]
I hope you are all enjoying the cooler weather and getting ready for the holiday season! I’ve been busy working away on the final proof reading of my manuscript before handing it in. I can’t wait to see the finished version in Fall 2013! What does a chef.[Read more]
I can’t believe the holidays are just around the corner! Seems like only yesterday, it was the end of July and I was coming home from Taboo. Time sure dies fly! But here we are and ’tis the season to share time with friends, family and.[Read more]
Just a quick update on my classes at Raw Aura Organic Cuisine. There has been a date, or rather, a day change. Originally the classes were scheduled for Monday evenings from 6:30-9:30. They are now going to be Sunday from 1pm-4pm. The new dates of the classes will be as.[Read more]
A few months ago I was contacted by two wonderful women that run a non-profit charity called Kids Cook to Care (KCTC) At the time, I knew little about the charity but after reading up on their efforts, I was excited for their proposal.[Read more]
This time of year means one thing, green tomatoes! The weather gets cold and we are left with pounds and pounds of the unripe, flavourless little things. I see it all the time, what do I do with them, does anyone have a recipe for them, do you want.[Read more]
Hello everyone! Here in Toronto the air is cooler, the days are getting shorter, and we are enjoying the lovely colors of fall. This time of year I tend to spend more time indoors creating food and testing recipes, and less time hanging out at my favorite farmer’s markets..[Read more]
Well folks, here it is. We have a winner!
About 3 weeks ago at The Toronto Vegetarian Food Festival, Sweets From the Earth and I unveiled our first co-branded product. This sinfully delicious, but guilt free, dessert is a dense, chewy almond cookie stuffed with a chocolate fudge centre! Guests.[Read more]
Happy Fall to everyone out there!
Last week I had the opportunity of spending the day at Holy Blossom Temple with The Cutting Veg CSA. C.S.A. is an acronym for Community Supported Agriculture. With this model, the community pays a farmer a fee and in exchange they.[Read more]
While tweeting last winter on a cold February day, I received a message from Karlo Estates Winery. They were interested in hosting a special Gourmet Raw Dinner with me to raise money for a fundraiser through Slow Food. For those of you that know me you know I am a fan.[Read more]