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Winter is a season of abundance. It's also the time when we turn our ovens regularly and eat for warmth and to soothe. These recipes will take the chill out of the season.
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.
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.
These sweet potato and vegan chorizo tacos make a healthy and satisfying meal loaded with endorphin-boosting spice.
Diane Morgan's recipe for roasted root vegetable stock shows the magic and versatility of the simple rutabaga, turnip and carrot.
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.
Turnip-Apple Ravioli with Miso-Brown-Butter Sauce is an Asian-influenced spin on an Italian classic that's full of fresh, comforting flavours.
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.
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.
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.