Margherita pizza

Homemade pizza is our thing. We've been experimenting with it over the past few years and believe we have come to a point where it is absolute perfection. It embodies everything you want in a pizza: a thin fluffy crust, a smooth and garlicky marina sauce, and fresh herbs and tomatoes straight from the garden. … Continue reading Margherita pizza

Nasser’s Classic Hummus

Today I'm featuring a special guest on the blog, who's no stranger to the kitchen, my husband, Nasser. If Nasser were trapped on an island and could only eat one food, it would be hummus. Born in the Middle East, he can literally eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Over the years, Nasser has perfected … Continue reading Nasser’s Classic Hummus

Kale Spanakopita

Kale has grown in popularity over the past few years. You'll see everything from kale smoothies, to kale-guacamole, to kale chips in grocery markets!  Rich in heart-healthy folate, digestive-friendly fibre, and immune-boosting Vitamin C, kale is a nutrient-packed veggie that you can easily include in your diet. It can be slightly bitter when eaten raw, but … Continue reading Kale Spanakopita

Mauritian-Inspired Rotis with Chickpea Eggplant Curry & Spicy Tomato Sauce

Today we're throwing it back to a classic Mauritian-inspired dish, flaky rotis filled with a vegetarian curry and spicy tomato sauce. If you haven't heard of Mauritius, it's a small country (and island) nestled in the Indian Ocean. With both my parents and grandparents being born in Mauritius, it was inevitable that we grew up on Mauritian … Continue reading Mauritian-Inspired Rotis with Chickpea Eggplant Curry & Spicy Tomato Sauce


Middle Eastern spices are like no other. You may not be familiar with them, but they can transform a dish from ordinary to extra-ordinary!  In this recipe, you'll find hints of cinnamon, raisins and allspice, the perfect blend of flavours that will have your taste buds wanting more. Mujaddara is a Middle Eastern dish that consists of lentils, … Continue reading Mujaddara