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Rhubarb Delights

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It is rhubarb season! Rhubarb is a wonderful perennial plant to have in the garden – so easy to grow and care for. If you have an abundance of rhubarb and no time to use it, you can easily chop up the stalks and freeze it for later use, but let’s talk about some delicious and… Read more »


Comforting Cashew Cream of Squash Soup

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When I woke up this morning the thermometer told me it was -28˚C outside, brrr! Digging through my recipes for something hot, satisfying, delicious and easy to make for dinner, I remembered this recipe, which fits the bill perfectly. If you have a hankering for soup, give this recipe a try. I’ve made it a… Read more »


Date & Walnut Bread

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There’s been no denying it for quite a while now, it’s winter. In my world (and maybe yours soon!), with the colder weather come delightful desserts like this one. This bread is delicious and moist with a very thin, crispy crust that hints of caramel, thanks to the dates and our whole brown sugar. Treat… Read more »


Wild Rice and Cashew Salad

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With the weather getting warm, cool meals are getting more and more popular, and salads of all kinds often hit just the right spot. After trying this recipe for the first time I was hooked. I usually make large batches, as it keeps well refrigerated, making it perfect for gatherings, potlucks. Give this recipe a… Read more »


Triple Citrus Electrolyte Drink

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With the beautiful spring weather having arrived, many are taking full advantage, spending time outdoors and active. It’s important when you’re active for more then a few hours to give your body something to keep it performing the best it can, and this drink is just the thing! Chia seeds have received a lot of… Read more »


Green Bean Salad

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I’m a believer in eating a variety of different salads year-round. Aside from the benefits of eating a wider range of vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients for your body, it also keeps you from getting bored with your meals. I really enjoy how the flavours come together with the ingredients in this salad and… Read more »


Blackberry Chia Jam

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Many people I know stay away from making jams, but it doesn’t have to be a daunting task! This recipe is flexible, easy and fast, doesn’t require purchasing any pectin or thickener, and no need to figure out how to can, as it can be easily kept in the freezer and thawed as needed. You… Read more »


Mango & Fig Smoothie

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While I know most smoothie lovers usually use fresh or frozen fruit, reconstituting dried fruit is another great alternative, especially in the winter months when fresh fruit is hard to find and can be very expensive. The other benefit to using dried fruit is that you can buy in bulk (wholesale ordering is coming up… Read more »


Recipes from Turkey

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We’ve had such a great response to our summer newsletter, and wanted to share a few of the recipes from Sue and Richard’s cooking class in Istanbul, Turkey. Thanks to everyone who entered for the gift basket giveaway; the contest is now closed and we’ll be drawing a name for the lucky winner on September… Read more »


Blueberry, Pomegranate & Flax Smoothie

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Treat your taste buds with this delicious, antioxidant-rich smoothie. It’s a great way to start your morning or perk you up as an afternoon snack! For more great Rancho Vignola recipes, check out our recipes page. There’s also a link on that page to a form through which you can upload your own favourite recipes,… Read more »



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Posts Tagged: pescetarian

Rhubarb Delights

Posted by & filed under recipe.

It is rhubarb season! Rhubarb is a wonderful perennial plant to have in the garden – so easy to grow and care for. If you have an abundance of rhubarb and no time to use it, you can easily chop up the stalks and freeze it for later use, but let’s talk about some delicious and… Read more »


Comforting Cashew Cream of Squash Soup

Posted by & filed under recipe, video.

When I woke up this morning the thermometer told me it was -28˚C outside, brrr! Digging through my recipes for something hot, satisfying, delicious and easy to make for dinner, I remembered this recipe, which fits the bill perfectly. If you have a hankering for soup, give this recipe a try. I’ve made it a… Read more »


Date & Walnut Bread

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There’s been no denying it for quite a while now, it’s winter. In my world (and maybe yours soon!), with the colder weather come delightful desserts like this one. This bread is delicious and moist with a very thin, crispy crust that hints of caramel, thanks to the dates and our whole brown sugar. Treat… Read more »


Wild Rice and Cashew Salad

Posted by & filed under recipe.

With the weather getting warm, cool meals are getting more and more popular, and salads of all kinds often hit just the right spot. After trying this recipe for the first time I was hooked. I usually make large batches, as it keeps well refrigerated, making it perfect for gatherings, potlucks. Give this recipe a… Read more »


Triple Citrus Electrolyte Drink

Posted by & filed under recipe.

With the beautiful spring weather having arrived, many are taking full advantage, spending time outdoors and active. It’s important when you’re active for more then a few hours to give your body something to keep it performing the best it can, and this drink is just the thing! Chia seeds have received a lot of… Read more »


Green Bean Salad

Posted by & filed under recipe.

I’m a believer in eating a variety of different salads year-round. Aside from the benefits of eating a wider range of vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients for your body, it also keeps you from getting bored with your meals. I really enjoy how the flavours come together with the ingredients in this salad and… Read more »


Blackberry Chia Jam

Posted by & filed under recipe.

Many people I know stay away from making jams, but it doesn’t have to be a daunting task! This recipe is flexible, easy and fast, doesn’t require purchasing any pectin or thickener, and no need to figure out how to can, as it can be easily kept in the freezer and thawed as needed. You… Read more »


Mango & Fig Smoothie

Posted by & filed under recipe.

While I know most smoothie lovers usually use fresh or frozen fruit, reconstituting dried fruit is another great alternative, especially in the winter months when fresh fruit is hard to find and can be very expensive. The other benefit to using dried fruit is that you can buy in bulk (wholesale ordering is coming up… Read more »


Recipes from Turkey

Posted by & filed under recipe.

We’ve had such a great response to our summer newsletter, and wanted to share a few of the recipes from Sue and Richard’s cooking class in Istanbul, Turkey. Thanks to everyone who entered for the gift basket giveaway; the contest is now closed and we’ll be drawing a name for the lucky winner on September… Read more »


Blueberry, Pomegranate & Flax Smoothie

Posted by & filed under recipe.

Treat your taste buds with this delicious, antioxidant-rich smoothie. It’s a great way to start your morning or perk you up as an afternoon snack! For more great Rancho Vignola recipes, check out our recipes page. There’s also a link on that page to a form through which you can upload your own favourite recipes,… Read more »