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Treehugger Schnitzel: Revisiting a Classic

Treehugger Schnitzel: Revisiting a Classic

Posted Oct 1st, 2019

This Treehugger Schnitzel made with chickpeas is a vegetarian take on a German classic that really schmecks.

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From Tree to Tartines — Peach Tartines Three Ways

From Tree to Tartines — Peach Tartines Three Ways

Posted Aug 26th, 2019

Peach Tartines Three Ways are offer a sweet, savoury and hot way to enjoy the fuzzy fruit the way it was meant to be eaten — simply.

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16 Ways to Eat Swiss Chard

16 Ways to Eat Swiss Chard

Posted Jul 30th, 2019

Swiss chard may be underrated but it is definitely a force in the garden. These 16 recipes starring Swiss chard will help you keep your chard in check.

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Conversations with a Dietitan + Roasted Strawberry Recovery Muffins

Conversations with a Dietitan + Roasted Strawberry Recovery Muffins

Posted Jul 11th, 2019

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.

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Bloobs and Rhoob: Spring and Summer Meet in a Jar

Bloobs and Rhoob: Spring and Summer Meet in a Jar

Posted Jun 21st, 2019

Blueberries and rhubarb a power couple that's flown under the radar too long. This blueberry-rhubarb jam gives them their chance to shine.

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Just Matty + Blackberry Coffee Cake

Just Matty + Blackberry Coffee Cake

Posted May 8th, 2019

The blackberry coffee cake recipe from Matty Matheson: A Cookbook is one of many worth dog-earing  in the debut offering from Canada's most recognizable culinary export. 

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How to Host L'apero + Pissaladière from French Appetizers

How to Host L'apero + Pissaladière from French Appetizers

Posted Apr 10th, 2019

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.

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Bonding Over Jam Tarts

Bonding Over Jam Tarts

Posted Dec 20th, 2018

Mardi Michels's mini jam tarts from her cookbook In the French Kitchen with Kids make more than a fun baking project and snack. They're the ideal gateway into the kitchen for kids.

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Entirely Worth it: Tahini Fudge

Entirely Worth it: Tahini Fudge

Posted Aug 21st, 2018

Tahini fudge is an indulgence without the guilt. Packed with healthy fats and no refined sugar, you can eat this stuff for breakfast and feel like this day's got nothing on you.

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A Trip to Bakeland + Blueberry Crepe Torte

A Trip to Bakeland + Blueberry Crepe Torte

Posted May 5th, 2018

Marit Hovland's cookbook, Bakeland: Nordic Treats Inspired by Nature, is a real beauty filled with seasonal recipes like this easy blueberry crepe torte.

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Friday Rituals + Cameron Stauch’s Cucumber and Shredded Tofu Skin Salad

Friday Rituals + Cameron Stauch’s Cucumber and Shredded Tofu Skin Salad

Posted May 2nd, 2018

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.

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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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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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Toasting Routine: Fresh Wine Slushies

Toasting Routine: Fresh Wine Slushies

Posted Sep 5th, 2017

Fresh Wine slushies are a break from the routine. They're a fresh and fun way to toast the summer that was — and still is.

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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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My favourite cookbooks of the summer + Laura Wright's Peaches, Peas and Beans Summer Salad

My favourite cookbooks of the summer + Laura Wright's Peaches, Peas and Beans Summer Salad

Posted Aug 22nd, 2017

Laura Wright's peaches, peas and beans summer salad is a seasonal staple and from one of my favourite summer cookbooks, The First Mess Cookbook.

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Weekend Project: Amy Bronee's Rhubarb Jam

Weekend Project: Amy Bronee's Rhubarb Jam

Posted Jun 16th, 2017

Amy Bronee's rhubarb jam is wonderful way to preserve one of spring's finest crops. This easy-to-make jam is bound to become a family favourite.

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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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Fall Rolled Up: Apple-Cranberry Fruit Leather

Fall Rolled Up: Apple-Cranberry Fruit Leather

Posted Oct 21st, 2016

Apples and cranberries are two fall fruit stars. They're the perfect foils for each other in this simple apple-cranberry fruit leather.

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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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How to smoke food like you're hot stuff

How to smoke food like you're hot stuff

Posted Sep 8th, 2016

The smell of smoked food awakens something primal in all of us. Here's an easy tutorial on how to smoke meat and vegetables at home.

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Rituals + strawberry, rhubarb, ginger shrub

Rituals + strawberry, rhubarb, ginger shrub

Posted May 30th, 2016

This strawberry, rhubarb, ginger shrub made with verjus is a great way to use up excess fruit and put something interesting into your glass.

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Feeling Nourished + a giveaway

Feeling Nourished + a giveaway

Posted May 4th, 2016

Nettie Cronish and Cara Rosenbloom deliver healthy recipes full of flavour in Nourish: Whole Food Recipes featuring Seeds, Nuts & Beans

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The lunch you need to make yourself: Smashed Chickpea, Harissa and Spinach Toasts

The lunch you need to make yourself: Smashed Chickpea, Harissa and Spinach Toasts

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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