Breakfast. Pie.

Yup. You read that right- breakfast pie. The merits of pie as a breakfast food has long been a topic of conversation in my nearest and dearest friendship circle. All of us have agreed for years now that pie is definitely¬†a legitimate breakfast food. I mean, think about it for a minute. Toast and jam […]

Spring Tips for Eating Well

I know that it is now April (though you wouldn’t be able to tell by the blast of snow we received here in Toronto) but it was just March. For those who do not know, March is Nutrition Month, this is certainly a National Health Observance that I can get behind and the inspiration behind […]

(Healthier) Super Bowl Eats

I don’t know about you, but when I hear “Super Bowl” I think two things; the first being “puppy bowl!” and the second being “food!” I would be lying if I said I actually pay any attention to the game itself, but come on, who doesn’t love a good reason to pig out on some […]

Raw/Vegan Key Lime Pie Mousse

Is anyone else still craving holiday treats or is it just me? Maybe it’s because I’m not working right now, or perhaps it is because it’s cold and grey out, but I also suspect that it may be directly correlated to binge-watching “Scandal” for hours every night. What is it about a good netflix binge […]

“Ritz” crackers should not count as a grain!

My mother recently forwarded this to me¬†http://gawker.com/mom-gives-kids-homemade-lunch-school-forces-them-to-ea-1466822586/@neetzanz Basically, a Mother in Manitoba was fined by her children’s because her home-packed, homemade, whole food lunch lunch did not include a serving of grains. Along with the fine, the school “supplemented” her children’s lunches with Ritz crackers to make up for the “lack” of a grain. There […]