When Sunday rolls around, I know I should get lunches prep’d for the upcoming week but I procrastinate anyway. I make so many excuses: maybe I can just buy my lunch, or maybe I’ll make something tomorrow morning.
If that sounds familiar, this chilli recipe is great. Put everything in a pot, and check on it in 30 minutes. You can prepare it on a Sunday evening, with enough to last you for most of the week. If you’re feeling ambitious, try fresh tomatoes and make this in a slow cooker.Continue Reading
I love pancakes, but I’m also a bit of a health conscious person who is also short on time. Getting the ingredients together is a hassle and the packaged mix is full of junk. So finding this gluten-free recipe changed my breakfasts for the better. Watch the video below, and learn how to make a quick and easy version that now my go-to.
There’s nothing better than enjoying a warm meal, on a cool Fall day that we’re known for in Ontario. To give you some ideas, our friends at Knorr suggested their favourite comfort foods for the season.
Take a look at their Top 5, and pick your favourites which are all available on our website. I love how you can mix these up with different seasonal vegetables grown in Ontario.
Happy National Pasta Day! Mac & cheese is always a winning meal, and one of my favourites. If you’re looking for a tried-and-true cheese sauce to spice up your pasta, you can’t go wrong with this simple recipe.
My father made this for me when I was a kid, and I’ve been making it ever since. It is a great back-to-basics sauce that takes 7 ingredients, and less than 20 minutes to prepare. In the same amount of time you’d spend making a boxed mac-and-cheese, you could make this. Don’t let the recipe below fool you. It makes a lot and is super affordable. Depending on how much you want or how many you’re feeding, just double the ingredients.
If you love leftovers like I do, this reheats nicely. You’ll need the following to make this, and can substitute any of the ingredients with vegan or gluten free items your prefer.Continue Reading
This recipe is paired with an Ontario VQA red wine, or an Argentinian Malbec. Read more about those wines on Andre’s website, or find Andre’s pairing suggestions included with this post. We’ll deliver all the ingredients including your preferred wine, so you can make this at home. Add the entire recipe to your cart, by clicking the big orange button at the end of the blog.
Homemade chimichurri sauce has been an obsession for how I’ve been cooking steak. This recipe is perfect for summer and into late fall, and is easy to prepare. I have been putting away the potatoes and moved towards grilled veggies when serving steak with this chimichurri sauce. Red peppers and zucchini are perfect for this time of year, and something about getting pepper with a bit of char on it just feels right.Continue Reading
This month is National Hamburger Month and to celebrate, our team at Urbery met up with our friends at Knorr to see who could cook up the most delicious burger. As you can imagine, the conversation centred around food, food, and more food! We shared our love for barbeques, on-demand groceries – delivered by your own personal Grocery Guru – and of course, paid homage to the reason for celebration – the mighty hamburger!
May is National Hamburger Month, a celebration of one of the greatest foods ever created and an Urbery favourite.
At Urbery, we love hamburgers – we love thick, juicy Angus burgers, chicken burgers, even veggie burgers! Hamburgers really are the quintessential barbeque item and since May ushers in the barbeque season, we think this holiday celebration is perfect.
We asked our Grocery Gurus for their favourite ways to dress a hamburger – and boy did we get some interesting answers!
Here are the 6 top hamburger dressing suggestions straight from our Grocery Gurus:
Life can get busy, really busy; sometimes living your life can get in the way of enjoying your life. At Urbery, we believe that life should be enjoyed as much as possible, which is why we’ve put together a list of things you need to start doing so you can spend more time with friends and family.
Our friends at Investors Angel recently showcased Urbery as part of their ongoing series of covering disruptive start-ups. Part of the exercise was an in-depth interview with our CEO, Mudit, and his journey from moving to Canada to starting a new business!
You can read the entire post here on our blog!
PS: Our team absolutely digs all the graphic work the team at Investors Angel did on this piece!
Mudit Rawat grew up in India, where everyone had their food delivered to the doorstep by the local merchant. Today, Mudit has reinvented this old tradition by bridging it with today’s P2P technology, offering customers a personal grocery “guru.”
When Mudit Rawat moved from India to Canada to pursue his MBA, he realized that the culture gap was vastly different, particularly when it came to how groceries are purchased and delivered.