Luvo’s Fresh Blog

Lifestyle, Health, Nutrition & Inspiration from Luvo

Pass the Peas, Please! 6 Delicious Recipes

One of my fondest childhood memories involves picking pea pods straight off the bush at my grandparents’ farm on the outskirts of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. I just loved popping open the pods and … Read more »

Russell Wilson at 39,000 feet

I don’t think you can ever prep for the day you’re sitting beside a Superbowl champion at 39,000 feet altitude. But Russell Wilson is sporting a Hawaiian shirt with jeans, and his relaxed and friendly demeanour invites me to just sit back and enjoy the ride with the 26-year old Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback.

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Cool Things in Canada That Aren’t Igloos

Canada is cool! And not just in the temperature sense (it actually gets pretty hot in some places). Not only are Luvo headquarters located in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, but our good-for-you snacks, breakfasts and entrees (which you’ve been enjoying south of the border for a while) are now available here too! Super cool.

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Combating Post-Happy Hour Cravings

Did somebody say TGIF? Or maybe its TGITH/TGIW/TGIT- even TGIM, I’m not here to judge how you see fit to relax after a hectic day! In my opinion, most days SHOULD end with an hour of happiness! … Read more »

Beeting Around The Bush: How to Make Beet Ketchup

We all know ketchup is a requirement with summertime food. It’s impossible to imagine favorites like fresh ground burgers and crispy fries without ketchup—even if you’re opting for a turkey patty and sweet potato version. But regular ol’ ketchup is often loaded with high-fructose corn syrup and it’s a … Read more »

Guilt-free Poutine

Poutine (pronounced “poo-tin” with a French-Canadian accent) is one of Canada’s most beloved dishes. Invented in Quebec in the 1950s, this pants-tightening snack consists of French fries topped with cheese curds and gravy. The fries are usually the thicker variety, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The peppery gravy (poultry-based is preferred) and cheese curds are added just … Read more »