Food You’ll Love Cooking!

“I’m just someone who likes cooking and for whom sharing food is a form of expression.” Dr. Maya Angelou

HELLO and welcome to my delicious blog! Let’s get inspired in the kitchen with food to make you feel HAPPY, motivated and full of energy! You see, being healthy is our decision to feed our happiness with good, fabulous-tasting food, it’s choosing to be active, it’s choosing to always look on the bright side of life. My name is Eartha (@earthacooks: see ABOUT). My mission here is to create, educate and entertain through my love for food. Healthy can start right here. All you’ll need is a good knife, an open mind, and your appetite.

Latest Recipe Buzz

Is it true that generally speaking, there is not a single “ideal” way to prepare a given vegetable? The truth of the matter is, cooking vegetables is simple. There are methods that can be used to cook vegetables that give consistent results with a minimum of fuss. Celebrate World Vegetarian Day on October 1st and the kick-off of Vegetarian Awareness Month with guidelines to preserving the power of vegetables when preparing them. Click HERE to see this latest post.

Also make sure to watch out for the published list of fresh produce to take advantage of as we head into harvest season. Harvest season means Thanksgiving, pumpkin spice, and abundance. You’ll love nothing more than cooking up recipes inspired by fall’s bounty. Enjoy this recipe for Lentil & Nut Roast, an easy to make, super delicious classic main course to add veggies to your Thanksgiving.

From the web: Pomegranates are in season. Why not use them as a sweet, crunchy garnish on fresh pan-grilled trout? This dish is bursting with flavour! See: Pan-Grilled Trout. You’ll also want to check out the latest Cooks Corner: How to Look for Fresh When Buying Fish.

Also see: Black Bean and Sweet Potato Burger and Pumpkin Pecan Bread.

What is a “pulse?” Think chickpeas, lentils, dry peas and beans. According to Pulse Canada, “pulses are one of the most versatile foods on the planet.” These tiny powerhouses pack a hearty-fibre and protein-rich punch. Not to mention they’re sustainable!

In the next few weeks I’ll be taking a look at pulses;  sharing tips to cook them along with tasty recipes. You’ll also see healthy cooking and baking substitutes. All this and more on the Facebook page for Cooking Green Goodness – a section of my blog dedicated to discovering and cooking all green foods delicious. Click HERE to see more.

Now, there have always been great reasons for baking bread at home: the process is pleasant, you know exactly what it contains, and the wonderful tasting results can be enjoyed at almost any meal. Enjoy this moist and incredible sweet treat with Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream: Pumpkin Pecan Bread.

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72 thoughts on “Food You’ll Love Cooking!

    • Thanks Chez. I appreciate you checking out my blog and commenting. I also look forward to seeing what exciting journey you’re on next, and what’s cooking too of course. 🙂

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  1. Oh WOW! I happily live a vegetarian lifestyle, so following your blog is an easy click for me. I see some wonderful recipes. My gustatory sense is having a field day. Your feta quote is right up my alley too. I love the stuff!!!

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    • I can eat a whole watermelon 🍉 in one sitting! Never had it in a salad but you bet I will try this. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for the recipe tip. ☺💚

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    • Dolly, you wonderful lady! Congratulations on YOUR nomination for the Sunshine Blogger Award. Reading any of your posts is a guaranteed smile. You leave us with laughter and good food, not to mention music like that of Ella Fitzgerald. I feel honoured that you’ve chosen to nominate me. Thank you – I accept! 🙂

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    • Thank you, “Rhythm of the Night!” The message is, food is universal, and I feel it’s the one thing we can all relate to and share regardless of where we’re from. Happy to meet you. 🙂

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