One of my favourite things to do as Nutritionist is recipe development, especially when I'm partnering with local companies! Fuud and I have always had a great relationship. We've partnered previously to shoot a couple videos showcasing the abundant local seasonal produce during fall-winter in Vancouver, BC and a video showing you how to easily make your own bone broth at home.
If you haven't already heard of Fuud they are a Vancouver based company that specializes in meal kit delivery all throughout British Columbia. They source their ingredients locally from the Fraser Valley as much as possible and are often partnering with other local companies to offer their products for order through their website.
Talking to people like Thomas Buchan (co-founder) and Michael Turner (executive chef) of Fuud is like a serious breath of fresh air! These two and the others behind Fuud care so immensely about providing healthy, delicious, sustainable and seasonal meals to peoples tables that remove the stress factor of feeding yourself and/or your family. Their goal is bringing meal time back to the dinner table.
This time not only did I have the pleasure of creating a recipe soon to be available through Fuud's meal kit service but I was also fortunate enough to join them on CBC's Our Vancouver show to showcase my Paleo Lamb Meatballs with Wild Chanterelles and chat about how they make meal time easy for their customers. Watch the clip below!
When your values align, partnerships like these are nothing but a dream! I look forward to continuing working with the people at Fuud, developing recipes that make dinner time easy and enjoyable - while of course focusing them around local, sustainable and in-season foods! Find more of my work with Fuud here.
Click here to find the full recipe details for my Winter Vegetable Ratatouille with Wild Mushroom Gravy.
Click here to find the full recipe details for my Blackened Halibut with Almond Crust.
Click here to find the full recipe details for my Paleo Lamb Meatballs with Local Wild Mushrooms.