Canada Recipes

A Boutique Office Building That Provides Serious Culinary Inspiration

Vivian Reiss | Posted 10.07.2013 | Canada Living
Vivian Reiss

Red and Yellow Boar, Indigo Rose, Striped Tonnelet, and Striped Marvel Zapotec Tomatoes and Marigolds, a useful culinary flower, all from 12...

The Main Ingredients Challenge #2: Busy Weekday Lunch Challenge (Chef's Meal)

Christine Cushing | Posted 12.18.2013 | Canada Living
Christine Cushing

For the kids, portability and nutrition are always key factors so I really think they will love this week's meal challenge, a quick little pita pocket lunch. I was able to sneak in some ricotta cheese, which is creamy and sweet but pretty neutral in flavour.

Four Simple Health Habits for Fall

Meghan Telpner | Posted 11.23.2013 | Canada Living
Meghan Telpner

This time of year is always bittersweet -- we hate saying goodbye to the sunshine, but we love saying hello to warm soups, cuddles by the fireplace and crunchy leaves under our feet. Fear not. As the weather changes, so should our routines. Staying in tune with the seasons is key to being happy and healthy all year round.

Challenge #1 : Busy Morning Breakfast

Thien Hyunh | Posted 12.18.2013 | Canada Living
Thien Hyunh

My wife and our 18-month old Luke took on a Main Ingredients cooking challenge this summer and found it really fun and fulfilling, literally. So when our family was presented with this newest cook-off task, we were raring to go.

Challenge #1 : Busy Weekday Breakfast (Chef's Meal)

Christine Cushing | Posted 12.18.2013 | Canada Living
Christine Cushing

Our challenge this week is to make a quick breakfast before everyone rushes off to work or school, using as many of the ingredients from the list as possible.

Huffington Post Canada Presents: The Main Ingredients

Posted 12.18.2013 | Canada Living

Over the next few weeks, we’re putting four parents to the test with a back-to-school mealtime challenge. These four parents will be up for judgment...

First Round Of Challenges Wraps Up With Inventive and Entertaining Results

Christine Cushing | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Christine Cushing

It was both very entertaining and insightful to see how families across the country dealt with the Main Ingredients Challenge. It's one thing to read a recipe and say "Oh, I think this might be a good recipe for dinner one night," but it's something totally different to try use a set of pre-determined ingredients and follow a plan knowing that your family may completely refuse your offerings.

What To Do With 200 Pounds of Fruit

Stephanie Eddy | Posted 10.25.2013 | Canada Alberta
Stephanie Eddy

Earlier this month my boyfriend and I were visiting Kelowna for a friend's wedding. We had driven down in my little Kia hatchback instead of flying because I had a masterful plan of bringing home beautiful BC fruit to make into jam. The key word here is 'some'. Some canning. As it turns out, almost 200 pounds of fruit fits in there.

The Main Ingredients Challenge #4: Smorgasbord Meal

Thien Hyunh | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Thien Hyunh

I was shocked at how easy it was to prepare these dishes from scratch. All of the ingredients were easy to find at the grocery store. It was fun to work with my wife in the kitchen and reach a culinary compromise of healthiness and tastiness.

The Main Ingredients Challenge #4: Smorgasbord Meal

Christine Cushing | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Christine Cushing

As we head into the last of our challenges, for these 12 ingredients, no doubt you've already been inspired with some new ways to cook with all of them. For the last challenge, we have to dig deep and use every single one of the ingredients to prepare a smorgasbord (why is that word so funny?) of recipes still abiding by the same principles of nutrition and balance. Let's do this!

Quick Meal: Pan Roasted Fillet of Cod with Roasted Broccoli and Cheddar Cheese

Christine Cushing | Posted 10.12.2013 | Canada Living
Christine Cushing

Now that you've had a chance to think about my 12 ingredients, I want to introduce this week's challenge. Using the 12 ingredients plus any common things we may have in our pantry or fridge (for example: eggs, olive oil and spices), we have to make a 20-minute dinner.

Old-Fashioned Apricot Jam

Mennonite Girls Can Cook | Posted 10.05.2013 | Canada Living
Mennonite Girls Can Cook

If you are planning on making jam jams this year for Christmas you may want to put up your apricot jam now. I store my jam in the freezer where it always tastes as fresh as the day it was made. And maybe you can suggest your favorite apricot jam treat for our readers.

Momofuku's "Crack Pie" Comes to Canada

Vacay.ca | Posted 09.29.2013 | Canada Travel
Vacay.ca

Crack has made its way from Brooklyn to Canada over the years. Christina Tosi and the team at Momofuku are making sure an addictive namesake crosses the border, too -- and no authority is giving them a hard time. The Crack Pie, which is a sugar high, has become one of New York's most celebrated dessert items. It is among the habit-forming treats available at the newly opened Momofuku Milk Bar in Toronto.

Don't Be Scared of Avocados -- It's Good Fat!

Rose Reisman | Posted 09.29.2013 | Canada Living
Rose Reisman

Avocados are a fruit not a vegetable. Also known as the Alligator Pear, they are delicious, buttery tasting and contain numerous health benefits. But why do people shy away from them? The answer lies in the fact that one avocado has 325 calories and 30 gm of fat!

SavvyMom Roundup: Toddlers, Kids at Camp, and Family GPS

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 09.04.2013 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

The July long weekend is always busy at my house because it's when we get the kids ready for camp. This year they'll be away for six weeks without any parents, homework, city pollution, cell phones, TVs or computers. They are off the grid at camp. I love knowing this.

Summer Beer Guide: Lawnmower Beers

Chris Schryer | Posted 08.20.2013 | Canada Living
Chris Schryer

Following my posts on Wheat Beers, Fruit Beers and Sour Beers, today we are going to explore Lawnmower Beers. There is no denying, more people probably reach for a light lager after cutting the grass or weeding the garden, than anything else.

RECIPE: Western Omelette Sandwich

Mennonite Girls Can Cook | Posted 08.14.2013 | Canada Living
Mennonite Girls Can Cook

This is my variation of a Western Omelette that makes a great sandwich. I used left over ham from Easter dinner which made it very tasty. Put your favourite condiment on your toast and you have one hearty and filling sandwich. I like mustard on mine but you can add what ever you like.

Summer Beer Guide: Sour Ales

Chris Schryer | Posted 08.13.2013 | Canada Living
Chris Schryer

Today we are going to cover a type of beer that is probably unfamiliar to many folks, sour ales, and specifically Belgian-style Saisons and German-style Berliner Weisse. For many, the thought of a beer being sour at all is a strange one.

Summer Beer Guide: Fruit Beer

Chris Schryer | Posted 08.05.2013 | Canada Living
Chris Schryer

Because of this variety of styles, even if you've had one fruit beer you didn't particularly like, it's never a bad idea to try one that is new to you. For many people who "don't like beer", a fruit beer is often an option that they actually enjoy.

My SuperFresh Life: Juicing a Green Smoothie

Ruth Tal | Posted 08.02.2013 | Canada Living
Ruth Tal

I discovered my "fountain of youth" in juicing. With juice bars popping up all over the place it might be tempting to think that juicing is a new trend. But it's really just the latest manifestation of a centuries-old practice. Here's how to make a fruity green smoothie.

Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich

Mennonite Girls Can Cook | Posted 07.31.2013 | Canada
Mennonite Girls Can Cook

An easy-to-prepare recipe for a refreshing avocado egg salad sandwich.

Summer Beer Guide: Wheat Beer

Chris Schryer | Posted 07.28.2013 | Canada Living
Chris Schryer

One of the most obvious "summer" styles are wheat beers. These beers are generally bright, slightly tart or sour, quite refreshing, and generally weigh-in at 5 per cent or less. I've also got a BBQ recipe for Orange Glazed Pork Chops that includes a wheat beer.

RECIPE: Gluten-Free Cherry Berry Squares

Mennonite Girls Can Cook | Posted 06.27.2013 | Canada Living
Mennonite Girls Can Cook

Julie from Mennonite Girls Can Cook follows a the gluten-free diet. This is my husband's favourite square with an explosion of flavour that makes people ask, "What's in here?" This square is sweet but not too sweet with a light crumb base and optional icing.

Improve Your Family's Diet Now!

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 05.31.2013 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

We're not saying you need to make big changes to your diet, but sometimes small changes can make a big difference.

Perfect Side Dishes For Summer

Posted 03.18.2013 | Canada Living

Are you forgetting something? In your excitement to dust off the BBQ and start grilling up summer classics like burgers, hot dogs and kebabs, it’s e...