This Treehugger Schnitzel made with chickpeas is a vegetarian take on a German classic that really schmecks.
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It's the time of year where our hunger for something fresh and green is insatiable. Welcome to spring. Happy eating.
These sweet potato and vegan chorizo tacos make a healthy and satisfying meal loaded with endorphin-boosting spice.
Food waste is a massive problem the world over but Canada is one of the worst offenders when it comes to throwing out what could have been a great meal. These 12 tips and recipes from Canadian food bloggers are just a few of the ways anyone can limit food waste and stretch a dollar at the same time.
This fresh cucumber salad channels Asian influences with a spicy rice vinegar dressing, lots of tender cilantro leaves, crispy tofu and chewy glass noodles.
"Smoked salmon" with fried capers from The Buddhist Chef: 100 Simple, Feel-Good Vegan Recipes by Jean-Philippe Cyr tastes just like the real thing — except better. It's ideal for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack time.
Whether you've just ran a half-marathon or about to set out on a marathon of day, these roasted recovery muffins are for you.
Lemony Asparagus Risotto is a classic way to celebrate this spring vegetable — and other vegetables if the green spears aren't your thing.
This asparagus with brown butter-tarragon vinaigrette checks all the proverbial boxes for an easy spring dish you'll keep on repeat.
I've always dreamt of going to Province and eating pissaladière, an anchovy and caramelized onion pizza, from a street vendor. This recipe for pissaladière from Marie Asselin's French Appetizers means I can also have it easily in my own home.
Vegetarian Viet Nam by Cameron Stauch is an essential addition to any cookbook shelf for its satisfying recipes, including this cucumber and shredded tofu skin salad.
Diane Morgan's recipe for roasted root vegetable stock shows the magic and versatility of the simple rutabaga, turnip and carrot.
Smashed chickpea, harissa and spinach toasts are an incredibly satisfying snack or lunch with a healthy and flavourful kick.
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.