Growing up I ate a dish that was egg scrambled with tomatoes and green onions. The original Chinese recipe, with eggs and tomato was one of the first dishes I ever learned to make on my own.
This was a quick go-to side dish my Mom would make to go with rice and other dishes, which included steamed fish and stir fried bok choy. Perfect for a busy weeknight.
Do we matter? This is a question I ask myself, when the conversation about racism rarely ever centres around the voices of Asian American/Canadians. Especially centering the experiences of Asian women. And when we talk about anti-Asian racism and violence…
Are you aware that the registered dietitian profession is over 81% white? Are you aware there is currently a push to recruit more BIPOC dietitians to diversify dietetics? Do you know there’s a need for diversity in dietetics, and are you interested in being a part of the change?
A delicious and healthy granadilla passion fruit overnight oats recipe you can assemble in minutes! Perfect for a snack or breakfast… the flavour combination is truly a winner!
Have you been buying baskets of peaches? How many of you buy the basket of peaches but find they go moldy because you don’t eat them fast enough? This almost happened in my house until I found a way to make them last. By freezing them! Freezing them at their peak ripeness
Fresh corn on the cob (aka sweet corn) is in season here in Ontario, and there are so many ways to enjoy it! While I love corn on the cob, when you’ve had lots of it – you can get tired of it and it becomes time to try something new. Enter, Corn Salsa! Perfect for late summer when corn on the cob pops up in all grocery stores…
Making homemade dumplings, 餃子 “Jiaozi” (Mandarin) or “Gaau Ji” (Cantonese) wasn’t something I did growing up. My mom was often busy (sometimes working multiple jobs to provide for us) so all the dumplings I ate were frozen from the Chinese grocery store.
I’ve had so many thoughts lately about the Black Lives Matter movement, racism and Indigenous rights. I recently made a video on YouTube about Sasha Exeter and Jessica Mulroney, Jagmeet Singh calling out an MP in the House of Commons for racism, and also discussed my own experience with food racism.
Summer has made its way into North America, which means more of us will be reaching for cold drinks. While water is still the top recommended drink, I am well aware that many (including myself) find drinking only water can get boring.
Moving towards more plant-based or vegan eating is a nutrition megatrend here to stay. However, plant-based and vegan are two different ways of eating. I define plant-based as trying