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! Being a foodie is just another way of saying your favourite hobby is eating. Welcome foodies, healthy living enthusiasts, home cooks, and chefs at heart. Let’s have some fun with food! I’m Eartha (@earthacooks) – mom, entrepreneur, cheese lover, good food advocate, student of nutrition and food writer at Toronto Caribbean Newspaper.

Join me on a journey into a cleaner, greener lifestyle, and discover Cooking Green Goodness. Follow my fun, healthy, food-focused exploits, cooking with kids series, tasty recipes and beautiful imagery. All you’ll need is a good knife, an open mind, and your appetite.

Latest Recipe Buzz

As we head into June and warmer months in Ontario, locally grown fruits like cherries, strawberries and blueberries will be in season and at their freshest. Asparagus, Beans, Bok Choy, Broccoli, field cucumber, lettuce, mushrooms, spinach and summer squash, to name a few, will be freshly picked and at their peak in flavour and nutrition. To help decide on spring, summer grocery needs, and get inspiration for recipes, I put together a comprehensive list of some of the wonderful vegetables and fruits that will be in season April through to September. Check it out! Fruits & Vegetables Now In Season, Spring Summer 2017.

While you’re at it, check out this tribute to Jamaica as they celebrate 55 years of independence. Jamaica is an island rich in heritage, not to mention good food. In this post I’m celebrating my Jamaican-Canadian heritage with a popular street food, pepper shrimp, and shedding a spotlight on other cultural delicacies. Don’t have a barrel to cook jerk chicken over a charcoal fire? See how to roast it whole in the oven, achieving a crisp skin and moist interior. Click HERE to see this post.

Also see: Spicy Green Bean and Mango Salad and S’mores: Oven-Style.

This hit green bean and mango salad is bright, red, gold, and very green! Fixed with a remarkable leguminous vegetable, this is not your typical mango salad.

These s’mores are the perfect chocolatey, gooey, indoor summer treat. Open camp fire not required. Just make sure to keep and eye on the marshmallows while they’re broiling. Serve family-style or scoop out into individual bowls.

Disclaimer: All images used on this website are photographed by, and owned by me, Eartha. Unauthorized use or distribution of these images is prohibited. Please contact me if you have questions.

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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