Living with Food in the Moment

As my journey through life takes me on a series of ups and downs there remains some moments of clarity and balance. These moments may…

Cakes made in a pan: Blueberry Cornmeal Pancakes

There are so many ways to enjoy the deliciousness of the season. There are also many ways to take a new approach to familiar foods.…

The Deliciousness of Fermentation

A rewarding pastime of mine that I started exploring over the last several years has been learning about fermentation. The journey and exploration has resulted…

Good minds meet over good food

Last week I had the pleasure of cooking for a group of professionals that were meeting to discuss the student nutrition programming at Six Nations…

Summer Squash

Markets are filling up with summer favourites like sweet corn, all sorts of berries and more. I feel an often underappreciated vegetable group is the…

A Refreshing Chilled Pea Soup

Last Wednesdays event at the Our Sustenance greenhouse marked the end of the most recent instalment of Healthy Roots. I was asked to prepare some…

Garlic Scapes

I am fond of this time of year for many reasons. The most recent reason I’ve added to the list is harvesting the scapes from…

It’s Strawberry Time Again: Strawberry Sorbet

It was nearly two years ago that I woke up and realized I had the confidence to make a change in my life. It was…

Growing Together: Spring Salad with Vinaigrette

I have a habit of taking on too much. I have a hard time saying no and I occasionally don’t ask for help when I…

Tasty Grilled Meat

As the weather continues to warm up, folks looking to escape hot home kitchens increasingly cook food outdoors. There are many ways to do this.…

Awesome Asparagus

Last weekend marked the beginning of the season for the Our Sustenance Farmers Market at 2676 Fourth Line. I will be at the market again…

Fleeting Fiddleheads

Fiddleheads are young ostrich ferns that show up in wet areas in early to mid-spring. The season usually lasts for a couple weeks. One day…

Dandy Dandelions

I, admittedly, do not know much about wild edibles. I am simply fascinated by the plethora of things growing either wild or left to go…

Garlic Mustard

Garlic mustard was, like the dandelion brought over by European settlers and planted for medicinal applications. Over time it has come to be considered to…

Patience: Scrambled Eggs with Wild Garlic/Onion

I am not always a patient person; my anxiety sometimes gets the best of me. That is why I challenge myself by baking bread and…

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