Welcome to our collection of recipes we love. These are all full of vitamins, minerals and FLAVOUR, because they're made with nutrient-rich, delicious ingredients—the kind of ingredients you find at Pomme!
Yum! Mid-summer berries and fruit are here and are in abundance. This make ahead no-cook, fix-it-forget-it sauce is perfect for topping vanilla ice cream, Greek yogurt or crêpes and pancakes. It can even be served (minus the vanilla bean) alongside pork chops from the grill.
Whether you roast, bake or make a mash-up with other root vegetables, turnip adds crunch and variety to your summer salads and barbecues. So don’t’ turn up your nose to the turnip – embrace it for its versatile yumminess
No summer get together is complete without a crunchy, tangy cabbage slaw. Made without mayo, this low-cal slaw is a perfect match for pulled pork sandwiches, a colourful topper to your favourite lunch bowl or a quick side dish for that afterwork BBQ.
From humble beginnings in Northern Italy, polenta is tasty, filling and super versatile. Make it yourself from cornmeal or use store-bought polenta, serve it creamy and smooth or in the form of a cake. Top it with roasted veggies and shaved parmesan and your taste buds will sing Momma Mia!
Oh, those tasty trees! The trick to picnic-perfect broccoli salad is in the preparation of the broccoli. Blanching the broccoli not only makes the little-bright-green-trees look better, they taste better too!
This Walnut Pesto is an earthy, protein charged version of a classic Italian pesto that is easy to make, smells divine, and tastes even better! Serve on your favourite pasta, or on spring greens with goat cheese and roasted beets.
Borscht is awesome any time of year but it's especially amazing when it's been so darn cold out there! This recipe includes a whole garden-full of delicious, vitamin-packed veggies and—a good chopping session notwithstanding—it's actually super easy to make!
January's recipe is a fresh and wild masterpiece by executive Chef Ned Bell, brought to us by Skipper Otto. Chum is a delicious, affordable and abundant BC salmon. Served warm on a bed of fresh salad this is a beautiful, light but still comforting dish that’s a fantastic choice for the still dark and chilly post-holiday, pre-spring months.
This dish is a real stunner for your holiday table, with a beautiful balance of sweet, savoury and nutty flavours. And because it's vegan, it will work for guests of almost any dietary preference—while also being thoroughly enjoyed but the most committed omnivores!