Recipes


We’re Closed :(


Posted By on Sep 1, 2016

I was going to start this letter with something sad and melodramatic, like “it is with a heavy heart that I…”. But then I realized, that’s ridiculous! The last three years have been amazing — we did over 600 loans, we were in O magazine (and tons of other media), and we met some amazing people. Running this organization changed my life for the better, so how can I be sad about that?! Yes, The Kitchen Library is closing but we...

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That early summer produce is making beautiful statements at markets and produce stands across the city, and the internet is blooming with ideas for using the bounty. To help you find ways to use yours, we’ve collected some of our favourites below!     Whole Wheat Pasta with Spinach Basil Dressing | The Vanilla Bean Blog Strawberry Caprese Salad | PopSugar Grilled Asparagus | PopSugar Summer Ratatouille Salad | Jamie...

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Summer gets so busy sometimes! This week, we’re juggling a wedding, Dundas West Fest, and our usual schedules–and there’s just not enough time to go around!  Our hours for the week are as follows: Tuesday, June 7 at Yonge & Eglinton: Normal Hours (4-7pm) Thursday, June 9 at Regent Park: 4:30-7pm Saturday, June 11: Closed (but come see us at Dundas West Fest!) We’ll be back on our normal schedule next...

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Ravioli making


Posted By on Nov 22, 2014

  Last weekend we got our hands dirty (in a good way!) making vegan gluten-free ravioli, and let’s just say there weren’t any leftovers. The favourite by far was the Parsnip Shiitake Filling, not only is it a delicious recipe for a cold fall/winter day but it makes your whole kitchen small incredible. Gluten-free pasta dough proved to be too crumble-y to send through the pasta maker but we ended up getting terrific...

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There are very few things I can say I liked before they were cool, but I can say that I’ve been following these bloggers since before they had cookbooks (hey, in the food world that makes me cool!). There are a couple of things that attract me to food blogs so you can be guaranteed that all of these blogs have beautiful food photography, friendly writing style, common ingredients, and recipes I feel confident tackling (ie. not...

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I opened my freezer this morning and a bunch of bananas fell out and onto my feet (ouch!) I took that as a sign I should probably make some banana bread muffins (and buy less bananas). Although I loooooove sugary banana bread, I went with a healthier option. I used spelt flour instead of wheat. Spelt is high in fibre and iron, and has a delicious nutty flavour. I used only three tablespoons of maple sugar. Feel free to add more if...

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