RECIPE: Super Bowl Food!

By Henry Gould – Feb 1st, 2019 It’s Friday! It’s February 1st! Sober January is over! It’s Super Bowl weekend! I’m not sure what to do with my hands! Regardless of which team you support, the 53rd Annual NFL Championship Game is more or less beloved around the world. You can drink beer during the day (did we need an … Read More

Up Your Cooking Game w/ Natalie Cumberbirch

By Natalie Cumberbirch – Jan 16th, 2019 New year, new you. New goals, resolutions, ambitions, intentions. Drink more water, eat more greens, try new recipes. They’re all great. I’ve set the goal of writing food posts – one per month, maybe you’ll get two. Now I’ve said it, it’s out there; no backing down now! As I made my dinner … Read More

RECIPE – Chicken “Miso Soup” w/ Gluten-Free Soba Noodles

By Henry Gould – Jan 8th, 2019 Warning to all food purists and authenticity snobs: this recipe is likely to cause immense grief and frustration! It’s not quite traditional soba, not really miso soup, and definitely not what might charitably be called “ramen”. But is it delicious, inexpensive to prepare, and incredibly healthy??? Yes. Yes it is. Although this preparation … Read More

NYE Cocktails & Appetizer Ideas

By Henry Gould – December 31st, 2018 Well, well, well… almost time to wave “Bye Felicia” to 2018 and begrudgingly open the door to 2019! New Years Eve in high school used to be the BIGGEST deal (“Who’s having a party? Are my friends allowed to come? Can we walk from Creekside to Whistler Village on the highway???”) but as … Read More

RECIPE: Northern Italian Soup of Fennel Sausage, Borlotti Beans and Red Onion

By Henry Gould – Dec 19th, 2018 Combining cured pork and beans is about as old-school as it gets. Nearly every culture that raises pigs and eats legumes has a tradition of combining the two together, usually to delicious and comforting results. From the pit beans you get with southern BBQ to Spanish chorizo and chickpeas, the two almost always … Read More

A Holiday Appetizer Everyone Will Love w/ Natalie Cumberbirch

By Natalie Cumberbirch – Nov 28th, 2018 You’re going to a potluck; they say bring whatever. The easiest option would be a bag of chips and salsa. Maybe you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, so you choose a couple of cheeses and salami to throw on a wooden board. But let’s say you really want to impress people… These prosciutto … Read More

5 Simple Hacks For Keeping On Track This Holiday Season w/ Natalie Cumberbirch

By Natalie Cumberbirch – Nov 19th, 2018 I’m no nutritionist or health expert, but like every other person I’ve overindulged during the holiday season. Become best friends with the cheese board at that awkward staff party, said yes to a few too many holiday cocktails, and refuse to turn down any baked goods being offered. The downfall, you feel like … Read More

RECIPE – World’s Best “Kale Caesar w/ Chicken”

By Henry Gould – Nov 12th, 2018 It’s lurking on every “premium casual” lunch menu, every hotel restaurant, sports bar; even craft breweries. For a plant that was once reserved only for garnish around buffet salad bars, kale has made such a dominant push into North American food culture that it has almost become a meme in and of itself. … Read More

RECIPE – Hungarian Goulash

Let’s be honest – now that we’re in Fall / Winter mode, people are secretly happy they have an excuse to eat those comfort foods that don’t seem appropriate on a hot July day. Most probably assume their favorite dishes aren’t healthy, and therefore tend to avoid eating and cooking them on a regular basis for fear of falling off … Read More