Roasted Kabocha Kale Salad

This recipe features Kabocha squash, also known as a Japanese pumpkin. Beneath the hard, green striped shell, it’s flesh is golden and velvety in texture when cooked.  This winter vegetable is perfect for roasting, stuffing and pureeing; iconic for a fall and winter flavours. If versatility isn’t convincing you to try picking up a Kabocha…

Roast Ahead Squash

Iconic winter and fall vegetables: squash.The great thing about these hardy vegetables, is that they don’t take up refrigerator space, and store for a long time. But, the challenge is getting through that tough skin and preparing the vegetable. Whether it be Acorn, Butternut, Kobacha, Delicatta, Turban Squash… or really, any other winter squash, you…

Keep Calm and Curry On

Creamy Coconut Curry Noodles Dehydrated dinner number six (see Day 6 for journal entry). Soupy warm noodle soup is something that’s always been somewhat of a comfort food. On long hikes, comfort foods like soup and hot cocoa is what I crave for. But not as much as I want hot liquids, it’s important to…

Roasted Carrot and Cumin Hummus

Here’s a super easy hummus recipe (another one of my Nutrition Month Farmer’s Market recipe cards). The main ingredient in hummus is chickpea – a legume that is high in protein and fiber. In other words, it keeps you satisfied for longer! Along the lines of sustainable eating, legumes are known as “low-input” proteins (for…