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Moroccan cooking with Chef Heidi Fink

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  The London Chef, Victoria, BC’s culinary classroom, was filled with the aromatic smell of exotic spices, thanks to Chef Heidi Fink and Rancho Vignola partnering to host a Moroccan-themed cooking class on February 16th. Twelve enthusiastic students embarked on a culinary adventure on a rainy Sunday night, taking them to the bazaars of Morocco and back.


Snacking: The good, the bad and the HEALTHY!

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We are programmed throughout our lives to think that three meals a day is the norm and we don’t need any more or less than that. But realistically, many of us like to snack between meals, or sometimes snack INSTEAD of meals. We shouldn’t shame ourselves for such actions, we are actually doing our body… Read more »


Ricardo’s Candied Pecans

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VIN-YO-LA is not only the surname of Richard and Sue Vignola, it is also a city in the province of Modena, Italy. So inviting an Italian chef up to La Cucina Rancho (the Rancho Kitchen) seemed like a great way to celebrate some Italian heritage. We invited Ricardo and Sue of Ricardo’s Mediterranean Kitchen to spend… Read more »


Easy Peasy Cashew Gravy

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Well, now most folks will have their beautiful cashews at their fingertips! Maybe you want to impress some vegetarian friends? Or you are a vegetarian who didn’t know these precious little nuts are so versatile! A good gravy can come in many forms, but the beauty of cashew gravy is that it is a flavour… Read more »


Pickin’ apart the pantry

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I am always a little jealous of people who have a great pantry. For me, it is such a selling point in a house. No pantry? No way! I have mostly been forced to make do with pantries in the houses I have lived in and have yet to have the  opportunity to design my… Read more »


Gluten-FREE Granola… just like Mom makes

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Last week my mom invited me over for a walk. I arrived at her house to the pleasant aroma of freshly-baked, homemade granola! Oh, what a smell! Ginger, cinnamon and maple syrup wafted warmly from the kitchen like nothing I have ever smelled before. The recipe had its humble beginnings in Alive magazine. But the… Read more »



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Posts Tagged: nuts

Moroccan cooking with Chef Heidi Fink

Posted by & filed under article.

  The London Chef, Victoria, BC’s culinary classroom, was filled with the aromatic smell of exotic spices, thanks to Chef Heidi Fink and Rancho Vignola partnering to host a Moroccan-themed cooking class on February 16th. Twelve enthusiastic students embarked on a culinary adventure on a rainy Sunday night, taking them to the bazaars of Morocco and back.


Snacking: The good, the bad and the HEALTHY!

Posted by & filed under article.

We are programmed throughout our lives to think that three meals a day is the norm and we don’t need any more or less than that. But realistically, many of us like to snack between meals, or sometimes snack INSTEAD of meals. We shouldn’t shame ourselves for such actions, we are actually doing our body… Read more »


Ricardo’s Candied Pecans

Posted by & filed under article, recipe.

VIN-YO-LA is not only the surname of Richard and Sue Vignola, it is also a city in the province of Modena, Italy. So inviting an Italian chef up to La Cucina Rancho (the Rancho Kitchen) seemed like a great way to celebrate some Italian heritage. We invited Ricardo and Sue of Ricardo’s Mediterranean Kitchen to spend… Read more »


Easy Peasy Cashew Gravy

Posted by & filed under article, recipe.

Well, now most folks will have their beautiful cashews at their fingertips! Maybe you want to impress some vegetarian friends? Or you are a vegetarian who didn’t know these precious little nuts are so versatile! A good gravy can come in many forms, but the beauty of cashew gravy is that it is a flavour… Read more »


Pickin’ apart the pantry

Posted by & filed under article.

I am always a little jealous of people who have a great pantry. For me, it is such a selling point in a house. No pantry? No way! I have mostly been forced to make do with pantries in the houses I have lived in and have yet to have the  opportunity to design my… Read more »


Gluten-FREE Granola… just like Mom makes

Posted by & filed under recipe.

Last week my mom invited me over for a walk. I arrived at her house to the pleasant aroma of freshly-baked, homemade granola! Oh, what a smell! Ginger, cinnamon and maple syrup wafted warmly from the kitchen like nothing I have ever smelled before. The recipe had its humble beginnings in Alive magazine. But the… Read more »