keep warm and keep colds at bay with this magic mix. i keep a jar in the fridge through the winter, ready to add to boiling water when i'm feeling like my immune system could use a boost. lemon, honey and ginger are all full of antioxidants, the water is hydrating and the heat and honey are so soothing for a sore throat.
tortilla soup is a perfect dish to use up leftovers. my mom usually makes it the day after we buy bbq chickens from the local market in mexico. like most of my favourite recipes, it is very forgiving and will be delicious even if you don't quite have all the ingredients. it's really all about the toppings!
i love picture books and i love sharing them with the kids in my life. picture books are my go-to gift for holidays and birthdays. i put a lot of thought into selecting just the right picture book for each small human. here are some of my favourites
rhubarb is one of the ultimate summer flavours. this recipe is super easy and really delicious. it can be served hot or cold and is a great dessert to make ahead of time for all your summer gatherings. a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top balances the tart rhubarb flavour perfectly!
rhubarb is one of my favourite summer flavours and it's one of the few things that grows easily and abundantly in the short summers of the canadian prairies. it is easy to grow, easy to harvest and best of all it can be kept all year long so you can have that burst of sweet and tart summer flavour even in the middle of winter.