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Creamy Vegan Butternut Carrot Soup

There are times where there is nothing more satisfying that a big creamy filling and warming bowl of decadent soup. Presonally I prefer belnded soups, homogenous wonderful bowls full of flavor and a creamy texture that tastes like pure comfort. I will give a chunky hearty soup a try now and again, they definitely do have their place. As a vegan, coconut milk is the queen of fatty creamy substances to use, at least it is for me! So in this recipe I opted for butternut squash, carrot and coconut milk to bring together the BEST soup I have ever ...

Quick Rainbow Ginger Stir Fry

Sometimes you just need a simple dinner that doesnt take too much time or effort. The stir fry is the ultimate fast and easy dinner since you can make the sauce in the same pan as the bulk of the meal, with some rice simmering away in the next pot. This particular recipe is a rainbow of vergetables with a simple and quick sauce that all comes together quicker than the white rice accompanying it.

Root Vegetable Casserole

How time flies! I haven't posted in awhile, mostly due to the increased efforts I've been putting towards the launch of a personal chef service here in Vancouver. I'm getting SO close to being totally ready and I'm excited (and scared) beyond anything to be doing this. I have a few cooking classes ready to be advertized and will be making annoucements soon as to a schedule and all that. Personal Chef services are up and running, you can check out the services page for more information.

Tex-Mex Stacks

This post is officially the most time consuming one I have ever posted. 

7 Quick and Easy Dinners

Even the most passionate chef has days where a simple and easy dinner is welcome and appreciated. Not all delicious meals take hours in the kitchen and simplicity is an art in and of itself. Using the simple and amazing flavor of fresh produce the create an enjoyable meal is just as delicious as the 6 hour gourmet meal without all the fuss.Most nights, we make super simple grain bowl type meals. Cook your grain or starch of choice; rice, quinoa, millet, potatoes, sweet potatoes or anythign that tickles your fancy.Then use toppings of choice! Here are a ...
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