Canada Barbecue

Cutting Back on Meat Doesn't Have to Mean Fewer BBQs

Sayara Thurston | Posted 09.02.2014 | Canada Impact
Sayara Thurston

Meat-free grilling is a simple solution to a complex problem. Supply and demand issues and the outbreak of a deadly diarrheal virus on North American pig farms have sent meat prices through the roof in the last year. Yet the truth is, the meat on our supermarket shelves has been unrealistically cheap for a long time.

This Is The Most Canadian BBQ You'll Ever See

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.13.2014 | Canada Living

Want a little more Canada in your barbecue? Just add beer, maple syrup and the great outdoors. Those are three ingredients that a group of friends ...

Canadians Sure Love to Barbecue, Eh?

John Catucci | Posted 06.25.2014 | Canada TV
John Catucci

My friends, you don't have to freeze -- or move across the country -- to eat barbecue all year-round. When sun-starved Canadians crave that nostalgic taste of summer in the bleary winter months, all we have to do is turn to our favourite local barbecue joint. Problem solved.

Get Your Barbecue Ready For Spring In 6 Easy Steps

Canadian Living | Rheanna Kish | Posted 04.25.2014 | Canada Living

There are hardcore folks out there who fire up their grills all winter long. But once the snow starts to accumulate and the deck gets covered many los...

Tips for a Great Canadian Weekend in Whistler

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 09.09.2013 | Canada
Adrian Brijbassi

I've been to Whistler at least two dozen times and never once bombed down one of its mountains. Not on skis, or a snowboard, or a mountain bike. Am I missing out? I've never felt like it. That's because this haven for intense outdoor sports activities is also fabulous for soft-core warm-weather enjoyment, too, including golfing, hiking, zip lining, and cycling. It's a beautiful part of the world that never bores me.

Sticky Situation: Avoid Embarrassment at this Weekend's BBQ

Julie Blais Comeau | Posted 07.15.2013 | Canada Living
Julie Blais Comeau

The first long weekend of the summer is here and you need it, to recharge your batteries, unplug the techno and reconnect with loved ones. In Canada, this first three-day break of the summer generally means a combination of planting, freshening up our homes and an invitation to a barbecue. Here are five barbecue sticky situations and their solutions.

7 Entertaining Essentials For Your Fridge

Posted 03.11.2013 | Canada Living

The birds are chirping, the weather is getting warmer and spring is undeniably in the air. That means it’s safe to start daydreaming about all of th...

The Beginner's Guide to Cottages

Kaitlyn Kochany | Posted 07.29.2012 | Canada Living
Kaitlyn Kochany

Cottaging is a way of life for Canucks. Going to camp, hitting the cabin, swinging by the lake house/beach/what-have-you: it's in our blood. When you decide to make your grand escape, there are some basic summer cottage principles to keep in mind...

Strange Foods You Never Considered Barbecuing -- Until Now

HellaWella.com | Posted 05.23.2012 | Canada Living

By Melissa Valiant, HellaWella.com Victoria Day and Memorial Day weekends tend to mark the start of the grilling season, with North Americans typic...

WATCH: How To Grill Vegetables On The Barbecue

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.15.2012 | Canada Living

Fries don't need to be burgers' only accompaniment when you're rocking the barbecue this summer. Vegetables taste amazing when put on the barbecue wit...