All posts filed under: Sauces & Dips

Hazelnut Nutella with Raw Cacao, Vanilla & Maple Syrup (Vegan)

Homemade Nutella – Better than the Original

This is soon to be your new obsession. Homemade Nutella. What’s so great about it? Well for one, not only is it made with lots of roasted hazelnuts, but it also packed with other good things. There’s superfood organic raw cacao powder, pure bourbon vanilla, Canadian maple syrup, unsweetened almond milk and another superfood — […]

Uses and Health Benefits of Fresh Sage Herb

Sage – The Holy Herb

In Greek mythology, sage was believed to be a powerful protector and healing agent that was sacred to the gods. It was also commonly believed to strengthen the memory, hence “a sage”, or wise man with a many memories and profound wisdom. Seeking immortality? According to Medieval folklore, all you have to do is take […]

Classic French Dressing

Classic French Dressing

A good salad dressing is the basic foundation to ANY salad! Homemade salad dressing is so much simpler than you could ever imagine and tastes phenomenally better. Not only does this simple salad dressing taste fantastic, it’s easy to whip together in minutes and is guaranteed to become your go-to dressing! In North America, French […]

Hazelnut Pesto with Parsley and Arugula

Hazelnut Pesto

I mean who could say no to creamy homemade pesto made from fragrant roasted hazelnuts? The robust flavor of the roasted hazelnuts gets a nice brightness from the lemon zest and lemon juice, and when whirled together with a generous glug of olive oil and a large handful of flat-leaf parsley and peppery arugula, plus […]

Tender Green Salad in a Champagne Vinaigrette with Asparagus and Strawberries

Tender Greens in a Champagne Vinaigrette with Asparagus, Strawberries & Avocado

Champagne vinegar is considered the “king of vinegars” in France as it is incomparably smooth, subtle, and light. It makes a great choice for dressing up delicately flavored salads using ingredients that are fresh, ripe and in season. In the early spring, blanched asparagus and spring strawberries make a perfect match. A buttery avocado also […]

Homemade Caesar Salad Dressing

Aunt Ilse’s Homemade Caesar Salad Dressing

Was ‘Caesar salad’ invented by or named after Julius Caesar? Or did it originate from the Italian owner’s of Caesar’s restaurant in Tijuana? Whatever the true origin, the original recipe included romaine, garlic, croutons, and parmesan cheese, boiled eggs, olive oil and Worcestershire sauce. This caesar salad dressing recipe is a little different, and frankly […]