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October 12, 2019
Fall means different things to different people. Some of us love the crunch of leaves underfoot; some savor a crisp autumn breeze; some want nothing more than a mug full of hot liquid spiked with seasonal flavours.
But let's not kid ourselves: at this time of year, it's really all about the pumpkin. Maybe we're just pumpkin enablers, but if you ask us, there's nothing wrong with a seasonal pumpkin addiction. That's why we are sharing with you today our favourite pumpkin soup recipe for those chilly nights. We've used the word "pumpkin" six times now—wait, seven, after that last one—so we're sure you get the picture: this is the first and final destination for your pumpkin soup cravings. Alright, one last time, just for kicks: PUMPKIN.
You are going to love this seasonal pumpkin + orange soup. It’s
Warm Comforting Creamy Pumpkin-y, coconut-y + orange-y Subtly sweet Perfectly spiced Simple Satisfying + Healthy
PRO TIP: Instead of tossing pumpkin seeds in the trash, set them aside and roast them into delicious little bites that you can snack on all season long. Serve them in a bowl at your next Sunday Football gathering, or sprinkle them on top of your favorite salad for an added crunch – we promise you’ll be just as hooked as we are. Pop back in in couple days as we will share with you our top three recipes for roasted pepitas: Salt + Pepper, Cinnamon Sugar, and Sweet + Spicy.
DID YA KNOW? Pumpkin seeds, otherwise known as pepitas, are an excellent source of zinc for immune support, daily fiber, heart healthy manganese, and many other nutritional benefits. These little seeds pack quite the punch!
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March 22, 2020
Spring has officially sprung and while we cannot enjoy blooming flora due to full-time self-isolation (duh!!!), we can compensate by bringing spring-y bright colours to our plate bowl. It’s breaking news to no one that food in bowls has been trending for a while now. You can eat smoothies, burritos, and sushi and even soups 😯😯😯 in bowls now. It’s a pretty good trend, we think. Bowl food is easy—you can eat with one hand and text with the other—it looks great on Instagram, and it’s at least 10 percent healthier than food on a plate (don't quote us on this). Plus, why call it a salad when you can call it a Buddha bowl? Now what exactly is a Buddha bowl we asked out loud? “You are one with the universe,” the Buddha bowl cooed. “You have entered a state of bliss. You have ascended to the highest levels of human consciousness, and by the way, you look absolutely stunning today.” We sighed the sigh of the self-satisfied, boosted the saturation on the iPhone photo we just snapped, and dug in.
Okay, okay, okay, we totally made that part up. But whenever people utter these two words to describe deep-rimmed dishes overflowing with vibrant food, we wonder if that’s what's going on for them. So we rolled our sleeves and started looking for more info and this is what we found. The concept of the Buddha bowl is a favorite of yogis and health bloggers, particular those of the vegan persuasion. But what are they, exactly, apart from something we can’t stop seeing each time we scroll through our Instagram feed?
February 14, 2020
December 24, 2019
We made it. It’s December 24. Before we break out our January resolution pants, though, we’ve got some healthy and quick holiday cookies to squeeze in.
PSA: making linzer cookies isn't easy. They look and are extra. The shapes. The sandwich technique. The perfect dusting of powdered sugar. Who has time for that when you still need to decorate your Christmas tree which you haven’t bought yet, cook a five course Christmas dinner, wrap your Christmas presents that Amazon delivery guy should deliver today (fingers crossed) and keep your sanity while handling all this Christmas jazz.
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