Sourdough 101

First of all, I am not here to give you detailed instructions about how to make starter and the first sourdough loaf because to be honest, I am still learning and I am still a newbie. But I have been drawn to sharing more of my food interests on my blog and fermentation has been... Continue Reading →

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A Bowl of Sunshine: Butternut Squash Veggie Soup

When I started this blog, one of my first posts was a butternut squash soup. I even went on to film a video and the recipe is still in heavy rotation during my winter meal prep. I thought I will reshare the recipe that has made some changes throughout the years. So recently, I have... Continue Reading →

Lentils with Cracked Wheat and Garlic Kale

The first instalment of winter bowls. This is basically a means of sharing bowls I have been enjoying this winter, which are packed with flavour, warming and healthy. My approach to all my meals follows a simple formula: plant based protein, complex carbohydrate and vegetables (preferably greens). using this simple formula, I am able to... Continue Reading →

Squash Pancakes (Gluten Free)

I am queen of leftovers and making things new so I thought why not try and mix all my bits and bobs to make something tasty. It was towards the end of the year and I had some leftover roasted squash and a cup of oat flour left in my jar, so I thought to... Continue Reading →

The Lazy Meal Prep Guide

I think that I may have mastered the meal prep...finally. My instagram has slowly been transitioning to symmetrically laid out Tupperware containers containing all the meals I eat for an entire week. There are two things that are true about my cooking habits on a regular basis. 1. I hate buying food from restaurants or... Continue Reading →

Why the Canadian African not the Canadian Ghanaian

So yesterday on instagram, I commented on the fact that it is still 2018 and people refer to Africa as a monolith, from our food, to our culture, to our language and many more. This is especially a problem when "western" countries are referred to as their own country and not an entire continent. It... Continue Reading →

Savory Vegan Crepes (Gluten Free)

This is a very super quick recipe that I kind of stumbled on as I tried to use up some left overs in my pantry. I wanted to create a twist on my crepes and wanted a gluten free option so the first thing that came to mind was chickpea flour. Little did I know... Continue Reading →

Easiest Two Bean Chilli

This is a perfect merge between summer and winter. As corn season is winding down, and the occasional chilly days occurring frequently, a simple chilli is perfect for this time of the year. This two bean chilli is packed with flavour from the fresh herbs and vegetable and dried spices, and has the perfect balance of... Continue Reading →

The Tastiest Vegan Jollof Rice

Yes! Finally, after many requests, a semi successful jollof rice recipe and two years of tried and failed recipes, I am finally bringing you this UNREAL, UNBELIEVABLE and INCREDIBLY TASTY vegan jollof rice. This recipe comes to your screens just in time for Canadian Thanksgiving too, and can serve as a perfect side dish, or... Continue Reading →

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