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red lentil carrot coconut soup

red lentil carrot coconut soup

Red lentil, carrot coconut soup is perfect to have on hand and your slow cooker does all the work. Simply load it up, set it and forget it. Be greeted by a rich flavourful soup every single time.

split-pea soup with herbes de provence

split-pea soup with herbes de provence

Classic split-pea soup is one of the easiest and healthiest dishes to make, and if you’re not making it on a regular basis, you should be! It is the base for many wonderful flavour combinations.

split pea soup with ham (or not)

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Split pea soup is a classic, so simple to put together, is easy on the pocket book and couldn’t be a healthier dish to enjoy as is or load up with heartier fare to turn it into a complete meal!

mirepoix

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Mirepoix is a cooking term referring to a basic dice of carrots, celery and onions, cooked and caramelized into a major flavour maker – make mirepoix the starting blocks of every sauce, soup or stew race you’ll ever find yourself in!

roasted ham & vegetable pot pie

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Having an easy, tasty pot pie recipe in your back pocket is like knowing your ABC’s – in an attempt to free us all from the shackles of a recipe – meet pot pie 101. whether you fill it with chicken, turkey, pork, beef, fish, shrimp, scallops, clams or a mess of roasted vegetables – it’s a method. So learn the method and you’ll have pot pie from now ’til the end of time!

sushi home-style

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Sushi refers to the rice, it does not mean raw fish so on that note, making sushi at home is easy and versatile because most anything can end up un a sushi roll – tuna salad, hard-boiled eggs, lettuce, carrots, red peppers, avocado, cucumber, imitation crab – the list goes on and on and on.

coleslaw with spiced greek yogurt

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Coleslaw is another method to master – it’s all about the shredded cabbage base and what you add from there is completely up to you!

beef ragù

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Ragù – it doesn’t get more basic – carrots, celery, onions, ground beef, canned tomatoes, red wine and broth with a finish of hot milk come together to create this Italian classic, Thanks to your food processor and a big pot, a gloriously legit ragù is yours for the taking and will give the classic ragù Bolognese a run for its money – and that ain’t no bologna!

wraps ~ pork, veggie, rice & cheddar

Embracing tortilla wraps will transform anything you want to bring together. And when it coomes to leftovers – a little bit of this and a little bit of that creates a whole new meal, thanks to the tortilla! Ever noticed how tortilla wraps are served alongside a variety of items intended to be rolled up inside.

carrot cake

carrot cake

An old standby that is easy to make and even easier to eat! A lighter, healthier version than those calorie-loaded offerings of the 80’s minus the artery-clogging, booty-expanding icing and of course, that scary big hair!