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Out of Necessity: Sweet Potato & Vegan Chorizo Tacos

Out of Necessity: Sweet Potato & Vegan Chorizo Tacos

Posted Apr 17th, 2018

These sweet potato and vegan chorizo tacos make a healthy and satisfying meal loaded with endorphin-boosting spice. 

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Eating Our Way Through: Roasted Root Vegetable Stock

Eating Our Way Through: Roasted Root Vegetable Stock

Posted Apr 3rd, 2018

Diane Morgan's recipe for roasted root vegetable stock shows the magic and versatility of the simple rutabaga, turnip and carrot.

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Nine Home Remedies for Staying Healthy this Winter

Nine Home Remedies for Staying Healthy this Winter

Posted Feb 5th, 2018

Cold or flu bug got you down? Here are nine home remedies to help our immune systems stay on track and help us stay healthy this winter.

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Eating at Home with Voula Halliday

Eating at Home with Voula Halliday

Posted Jan 18th, 2018

Voula Halliday's new cookbook, Eat at Home, takes the stress out of preparing and eating meals at home. Here's what it's like eating at home with Voula Halliday.

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Fire Cider for All that Ails You

Fire Cider for All that Ails You

Posted Jan 11th, 2018

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How to Make Potato Latkes that Geshmak

How to Make Potato Latkes that Geshmak

Posted Dec 12th, 2017

Potato latkes are a staple of Hanukkah or any time the craving for something hearty and deep-fried kicks in. Here's how to make potato latkes that geshmak.

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Off-Kilter: Blueberry Dutch Baby

Off-Kilter: Blueberry Dutch Baby

Posted Nov 11th, 2017

Blueberry Dutch baby is so super quick and easy, it's bound to become a breakfast or brunch staple. Think of it as pancakes made even easier.

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Weekend Project: The easiest way to preserve tomatoes

Weekend Project: The easiest way to preserve tomatoes

Posted Sep 3rd, 2017

Got heaps of tomatoes? Roasting them for freezing is the easiest way to preserve tomatoes and prevent waste. It's also incredibly flavourful.

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Hanging On: Bryant Terry's Fresh Corn Salad with Bell Peppers and Tomatoes

Hanging On: Bryant Terry's Fresh Corn Salad with Bell Peppers and Tomatoes

Posted Aug 26th, 2017

One of my favourite ways to eat corn at the height of the season is in Bryant Terry's fresh corn salad with bell peppers and tomatoes. It's sweet and easy.

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5 Reasons to make Sweetsugarbean's Double Chocolate Olive Oil Zucchini Bread

5 Reasons to make Sweetsugarbean's Double Chocolate Olive Oil Zucchini Bread

Posted May 15th, 2017

Sweetsugarbean's Double Chocolate Olive Oil Zucchini Bread is a superlative version of the classic quick bread that hides veggies within it.

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Sweet potato cinnamon rolls for Angela Merkel

Sweet potato cinnamon rolls for Angela Merkel

Posted Apr 13th, 2017

Sweet potato cinnamon rolls are a clever twist on this classic sweet. Sweet potato adds some nutrition without taking the fun out of dessert.

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Workhorses: Turnip-Apple Ravioli with Miso-Brown Butter Sauce

Workhorses: Turnip-Apple Ravioli with Miso-Brown Butter Sauce

Posted Feb 21st, 2017

Turnip-Apple Ravioli with Miso-Brown-Butter Sauce is an Asian-influenced spin on an Italian classic that's full of fresh, comforting flavours.

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Abundance: Creamy Potato and Kohlrabi Soup with Spicy Brown Butter

Abundance: Creamy Potato and Kohlrabi Soup with Spicy Brown Butter

Posted Feb 18th, 2017

This creamy potato and kohlrabi soup is made of humble ingredients. It's deceptively simple and rich in flavour thanks to brown butter and curry powder.

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Sopa de Ajo: Cold medicine in a bowl

Sopa de Ajo: Cold medicine in a bowl

Posted Jan 13th, 2017

Sopa de Ajo is a Spanish garlic soup that's like medicine in a bowl. It packs plenty of garlic's healing superpowers and provides a protein boost from egg.

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Mixing things up: Apple-delicata squash shakshuka

Mixing things up: Apple-delicata squash shakshuka

Posted Dec 9th, 2016

Apple-delicata squash shakshuka is a wintertime spin on this comforting egg and vegetable dish done on the stovetop and in the oven.

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How to preserve herbs like you and basil are BFFs

How to preserve herbs like you and basil are BFFs

Posted Sep 19th, 2016

Preserving herbs: These three easy ways to preserve herbs help cut food waste, save money, and keep your pantry well-stocked with incredible flavours.

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White asparagus soup revisited (Spargelcremesuppe)

White asparagus soup revisited (Spargelcremesuppe)

Posted Jun 15th, 2016

This simple white asparagus soup has few ingredients, is easy to make and is bound to become a springtime favourite. It can easily be made vegan.

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More than a Sunday drive + Asparagus-forest mushroom soup

More than a Sunday drive + Asparagus-forest mushroom soup

Posted May 23rd, 2016

Niagara Parks is upping its game promoting its attractions and restaurants, which serve local, seasonal food, like this asparagus-forest mushroom soup.

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The lunch you need to make yourself: The April Listicle

The lunch you need to make yourself: The April Listicle

Posted Apr 12th, 2016

Smashed chickpea, harissa and spinach toasts are an incredibly satisfying snack or lunch with a healthy and flavourful kick.

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How to poach an egg to make Anthony Bourdain swoon

How to poach an egg to make Anthony Bourdain swoon

Posted Apr 5th, 2016

How you cook an egg says a lot about you in the kitchen. Here's how to poach an egg that would make Michael Ruhlman proud and Anthony Bourdain swoon.

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Regrets and potato doughnuts + a giveaway for Per La Famiglia

Regrets and potato doughnuts + a giveaway for Per La Famiglia

Posted Mar 23rd, 2016

Per la Famiglia: Memories and Recipes of Southern Italian Cooking by Emily Richards is a delicious ode to family history and food.

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Hip, hip, hooray for hipster bread

Hip, hip, hooray for hipster bread

Posted Feb 16th, 2016

Hipster bread is an updated spin on Hippie bread, using different grains and flours to make a hearty and healthy loaf of bread.

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Lentils are the new black: The January Listicle

Lentils are the new black: The January Listicle

Posted Jan 20th, 2016


So much for no longer being grossed out by eating

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A sense of occasion: Pumpkin gnocchi with red Thai curry sauce

A sense of occasion: Pumpkin gnocchi with red Thai curry sauce

Posted Dec 28th, 2015

 

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Made in India (and Niagara): Meera Sodha's pav bhaji

Made in India (and Niagara): Meera Sodha's pav bhaji

Posted Dec 9th, 2015


I’m going to get right to it here, sparing you my usual meandering story...

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