Tag Archives: vegetables


Broccoli Doesn’t Have to be Boring

by Lauren Follett, BA, RHN, Registered Nutritionist It’s easy to get stuck in a cooking rut especially when it comes to vegetables. We’ve all done the boiled or steamed broccoli thing, and it’s boring. Next time you go to cook … Continue reading

Corn with Sass

Looking for an easy side dish to spice up your Canada Day barbecue tomorrow? Try this tasty corn; it’s a jazzed up seasonal treat!  Prepare corn on the cob as usual—barbeque, boil, microwave or oven roast. After it’s cooked to … Continue reading

Roasted Butternut Squash

Butternut squash is high in vitamin A, C and E, potassium, magnesium and fiber. Check out my easy recipe for Roasted Butternut Squash! Continue reading

Salad Making Tips

If your New Year’s Resolution to “eat more vegetables” is proving to be more difficult than you thought, don’t worry. These salad-making tips will help you get back on track with your resolution in no time! Continue reading