(le français suit) This recipe is a very traditional one here in Quebec, Canada. As far back as I can remember, it’s been part of our Christmas celebration. I have therefore been making this vegan version for many years now and everybody,… Read More

(le français suit) In my corner of the world, the leaves are almost all gone and the temperature has dropped quite a lot. This means more squashes and more soups, right? Well, that’s certainly the case in my house. However, squashes are… Read More

(le français suit) After a terrible summer, it seems that the warm weather has decided to show itself in September. This results in temperatures of 38 degrees Celsius on September 24! In this heat, I unfortunately have to stay away from my… Read More

(le français suit) Pumpkin, this very misunderstood squash is in fact so versatile! Many people are reluctant to see it as “food”, probably due to the fact it has been used as decoration for years, while it’s in fact just as tasty… Read More

Summer is finally here, at last! I’m kick starting it with a favorite in our house: BBQ tofu. It looks, smells and tastes like the sunny season and requires so little preparation that you can still enjoy the nice weather. This recipe… Read More

Growing up, we never had eggplants in the house as it was a misunderstood and not a well known vegetable back then, at least in my little semi-rural hometown in Canada. The first time I tried it, I absolutely hated it…  The… Read More

Tofu is such a versatile food option, which I simply couldn’t live without. I cook it once a week or so and it’s always a pleasure to experiment with it. When combined with a complementary item, such as rice, the possibilities are… Read More

I am one of those who like a good stew all year around, not only during cold weather; I simply adapt them depending on the time of year. This stew tastes like warmer weather and sunshine (although it’s been a very rainy… Read More

When cauliflower isn’t crazily priced (it went up to $7 a head here last year), I simply love to cook with it. It’s so versatile and adds an amazing texture to sauces and soups! My Alfredo sauce is the perfect example: it’s rich,… Read More

People often wonder what else you can do with tahini beside hummus. Years ago, back in England, I asked the same question to a chef in a restaurant. The answer: to roast vegetables. Of course! Why didn’t I think of that before?… Read More