These three quick and simple appetizer recipes that come together in 20 minutes and are good to have in your repertoire when someone shows up unannounced over the holidays — or anytime really.
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Berries, cherries, peaches, tomatoes, oh my! This is the time of year when farm stands sag under the weight of the latest harvest and the eating is good. Dig in.
"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.
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.
Got heaps of tomatoes? Roasting them for freezing is the easiest way to preserve tomatoes and prevent waste. It's also incredibly flavourful.
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.
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.
Sweetsugarbean's Double Chocolate Olive Oil Zucchini Bread is a superlative version of the classic quick bread that hides veggies within it.