This Tuna Apple Chickpea Salad is the second in my series of 52 Salad Recipes. For this post, I took a recipe for Pasta Tuna Apple Artichoke Salad that I found online at Ricardo and gave it a frugal makeover. The makeover is in support of those who live in poverty, and for the people who are participating in the Live Below The Line Challenge this week. You can read more about the challenge in this earlier post.
Have you heard about the Live Below the Line Challenge?
From April 27th to May 1st, people and communities worldwide will be challenged to eat and drink for 5 days, at a dollar amount equal to what is considered extreme poverty in their country. In Canada, that amount is about $1.75 a day. The challenge is intended to raise awareness of the lack of choice and opportunity faced by the 1.2 billion people currently living in extreme poverty and to raise vital funds to fight it. The issues of extreme poverty extend well beyond hunger.
One of the few things I occasionally crave from my pre-gluten-free-days, are good old-fashioned deep-fried Fish and Chips. Halibut fish that is. I never was a fan of Cod but love me some Halibut.
“It’s a journey in figuring out how to continue to grow in love with each other while mixing and dicing” ~ Ashley Rodriguez
As advertised, this book by popular blogger Ashley Rodriguez from ‘Not Without Salt‘, has more than 120 Recipes to Nourish Your Relationship. It is part relationship-therapy book, part cookbook. It encourages couples to turn off their electronic screens to cook a meal with and for each other.
Are you looking forward to the Farmers Markets opening soon? I sure am. I can hardly wait for the bounty of local fresh fruits and veggies you find at local markets. Hurrah! So I thought what better time than now to start a new series featuring Salads?
I’ve been making different versions of these Cauliflower Quinoa Cakes for a couple of years now. I guess I first made them shortly after the recipe was published on my friend France’s blog in the summer of 2013.
With a new name and a move here to this new http://www.thisfoxkitchen.com URL, the old ‘Fox in the Kitchen’ blog is officially retired. The moving process is complete and with most of the techie stuff behind me, I’m excited to get back in the kitchen. Yay, that means new gluten free recipes for you!
Note: If you were an email subscriber, at ‘Fox in the Kitchen’, your subscription will continue under this new website, so be on the lookout for email updates from ‘this Fox Kitchen’. Because of the name change and a new subscription service provider (mailchimp), you may have to check your Junk/Spam folders and if necessary, add ‘this Fox Kitchen’ to your address book. This “whitelists” our address and helps to keep us out of your Junk/Spam folders.
Okay, that’s it, the official announcements are done, so why don’t you make yourself at home and feel free to poke around. You will find all of your favourite Fox in the Kitchen recipes right here
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For dairy, egg, nut and gluten free flour substitutions, click here
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Hello my friends, I’m happy to connect with you today. Can you believe Super Bowl weekend is already upon us? Seems we just rang in the New Year yesterday and ‘poof’ it’s almost February already!
A few months ago, I was lucky enough to get an invitation to one of the Breville Canadian launch events for their new high-velocity superblender, ‘the Breville Boss’. The Vancouver event was very well organised but more about that later. First I want to talk about this newest addition to the superblender category.