Food & Drink

Sarah Wight

Sarah Wight

West African Chickpea Stew

This stew started with no direction (risky) and quickly turned into a stew with a zingy ginger broth that I couldn’t get enough of. It lasts well in the fridge for three days which is perfect for lunches and dinners to ladle over a handful of greens that will wilt with heat. In terms of stew, it airs on the lighter side - very brothy and less creamy which I can appreciate in a season of heavy. When it comes…


Sarah Wight

Vegetarian Chili

One of my favorite soups of all time is from an incredible plant-based chef, Sarah Britton, and it is the inspiration for this chili. I’ll change up a few things to make sure this is authentic in flavor and a…


Sarah Wight

Lemony Energy Balls

These balls taste like heaven. Use them pre-workout for a natural energy boost, or enjoy with a cup of tea in the afternoon or after dinner. Sweet, a hint of salty, deep creaminess from the nuts and then fresh coconut…


Sarah Wight

Olive and Rosemary Crusted Chicken

This recipe came about after a long moving day and limited pantry ingredients. Yet it is now my favourite chicken recipe of all time. It's so full of flavour, and I love the combination of ingredients. A big, plentiful and…


Sarah Wight

Baked Carrot Cake Oatmeal

I began making this porridge in college during cold, long Canadian winters. It is a blend of oats, nuts and seeds, shredded carrots, spices and eggs. The spices add flavour without needing excess sweetener and it tastes extra luxurious. It’s…

Sarah Wight

Lobster Salad

Lobster season is here and if you or a friend is licensed, you might be looking for more recipes to try with your abundant catch. What was once known as poor man’s food is now an expensive and luxurious dish.…