The DeLish Bite

Lindsay Evans blogs about food, entertaining and her favourite recipes for Green Living.

A Niagara Inspired Pizza

The Niagara Region has an abundance of healthy, seasonal and local food and wine options available for both locals and visitors alike. I promised to create a recipe inspired by this season's fresh and summery foods and I believe that I have done just that!

Canadian wines from the Niagara Region

Canadian wine has been given a bad rap. Unfortunately, most people are unable to get past the vision of a snow and ice covered landscape when considering Canada's potential as a major wine making region. This may be partly true.

Niagara Food Special

The Niagara Region is a spot that draws visitors from all over Canada. Those of us who live in Southern Ontario are very lucky to live on the brink of this world recognized biosphere.

Quiche for the ideal summer meal

One of my all time favorite meals is a quiche or a tart. Simple, elegant and rustic, all at the same time, it might just be the perfect meal.

Are artificial sweeteners safe?

How do artificial sweeteners stack up against sugars and are they dangerous for our health?

Healthy Sugars

After my last blog on berries and sugar, I got to thinking: Is sugar really as devastating to our health as it is made out to be?

Berries Berries Berries + Sugar

When I was a kid, one of my favorite things to do during the hot summer months was to go strawberry picking. It was always a family affair that always turned into a major competition as to who could collect the most strawberries in their wicker baskets. We would all go home happy, exhausted, and covered from head to toe in strawberry goop.

Simple tips to eat local and organic

Is local the new organic? This debate has become increasingly popular since books such as Alisa Smith and J.B.

Becoming a green foodie

After being a professional foodie for almost 5 years now, I'm still in the learning stages of becoming a 'green foodie', as I like to call it.

The best summer kebabs

Last Saturday was the first day of summer, so to celebrate, Simon (my hubby) and I decided to throw an impromptu dinner party with grilling as the main exhibition. The forecast suggested severe storms and the sky was threatening buckets of rain one second and then teasing us with glorious sunshine the next.
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