Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork

Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork

Jean, a lovely 80-something year old Torontonian, supplied us with the following recipe. She gave it to us on this stained and slightly torn piece of paper that she says has been kicking around her recipe drawer for decades. Once she started thinking about it she realized a colleague of hers gave it to her … Continue reading

Timmerman Roti Wraps

Timmerman Roti Wraps

As we had initially promised, we have finally named a recipe after the professor that our blog’s name came from. We now give you [Professor] Timmerman Roti Wraps! If you need a refresher as to why we named the blog The Resilient Chef check out Our Inspiration page. The goal of our project has been … Continue reading

Nasi Goreng

Nasi Goreng

This recipe comes from the grandmother of Kathleen, one of our group members. Here is a bit of background about the recipe as told by Kathleen: “Nasi Goreng has been a staple of Dutch family dinners as long as I can remember! When I interviewed my Oma she provided me with historical facts about Dutch … Continue reading

Racism, Food Insecurity, and Food Injustice

Racism, Food Insecurity, and Food Injustice

As we have been establishing in our other articles, there are many inequalities when it comes to the food systems of our western society, and ultimately these inequalities promote food insecurity for many individuals. Food insecurity refers to the inability to access culturally acceptable and healthy foods that meet nutritional requirements, thus dictating a well-balanced … Continue reading

Growing your own herbs!

Growing your own herbs!

Ingredients: Soil, herbs, water, a window! We promise you, itʼs not as daunting or time consuming as it sounds! No matter how big a space you have you can easily grow more than enough basil, dill, oregano, chives and thyme on just a tiny window sill! All you need is a little water and sunshine. … Continue reading