written by Megan Horsley Trinidadian doubles, a popular street-food in Trinidad, are small, snack-size fried-bread sandwiches that consist of curried channa (chickpeas), cucumber or mango chutney, tamarind sauce and hot pepper sauce all set between two pieces of bara (fried bread). The soft fried bread combined...

Most store bought jams and jellies are loaded with sugar, but it's easy to make your own homemade version that is sweetened with a little bit of maple syrup instead.  Or you could even make a sugar free version by leaving out sweetener all together...

We will always love broccoli, whether it's in a stir fry, steamed and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and some quality sea salt, or roasted in the oven.  But this recipe with earthy toasted sesame seeds, the sweet and salty balance of tamari and...

Halibut is such a lovely light fish and is perfect for spring and summer themed meals.  The best part? If you're having guests over or want to impress yourself with a nice dinner, this halibut recipe will do the trick.  This one is paleo style...

With summer almost here, we've been shifting the type of food we're eating to lighter, fresher dishes.  It's what our clients have been craving on their weekly menus too, so we're creating more salads filled with crispy, raw veggies, fresh herbs, and flavorful dressings. Inspired by...

These are the perfect treat with a tea or add into breakfast or brunch!   Grain Free Paleo Blueberry Scones 1 and ½   cups almond flour ½   cup tapioca starch/flour (or arrowroot) 1 tsp baking powder Pinch sea salt 2 Tbsp maple syrup 1 egg 3 Tbsp coconut beverage (or almond milk) 2 Tbsp coconut...