Easy Recipes

It Turns Out, Everything Is Better In A Crock-Pot

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 02.27.2015 | Canada Living

Wondering what to make in your Crock-Pot? The answer is: anything in your kitchen. Prepare your oatmeal before bed and wake up to a thick, flavourf...

Tasty Twists On Traditional Recipes You Love

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 03.02.2015 | Canada Living

The only thing better than one delicious dish is two mashed together to make a whole kind of food. But we're not talking deep-fried carnival eats h...

15 Cheesecake Recipes That Bring ALL The Flavour

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 03.19.2014 | Canada Living

If cakes were people, we all know cheesecake would be our best friend. These creamy, delicious and often easy-to-make cakes are full of flavour and ca...

Making Eggs Has Never Been As Easy As This Yam And Leek Frittata

Carolyn Berry | Posted 03.22.2014 | Canada British Columbia
Carolyn Berry

I find that cooking eggs can be a bit tricky. I usually end up puncturing the yolk of a fried egg, or completely destroying an omelette before it reaches my plate. But you don't need to worry about those problems when it comes to one egg dish: the frittata. They don't require a gentle hand--just mix all the prepared ingredients in a bowl and pour into your baking pan. Too easy, right?

Top Eight Ingredients For a Thanksgiving Feast

Erin Maynes | Posted 11.21.2012 | Canada Living
Erin Maynes

Thanksgiving is the day when most (if not all) of your family comes together to eat. This year, why not deliver a truly pan-Canadian multicourse feast that's delicious and ready all at the same time. With only two weeks until the big day, now's the time to check out what's already in your pantry and create your master shopping list. Here are some of my top Canadian "buy now" ingredients to impress your guests on Thanksgiving Day.

Picky Eaters, the One-Bite Rule and the Power of Change

Jan Scott | Posted 11.02.2011 | Canada Living
Jan Scott

While I'm against force-feeding, I am a firm believer in the one-bite rule. Two or three would be preferable, but one will suffice. In my experience, what starts off as one usually ends up as three or four or even 10, eventually. And the less fuss I make about these bites, the more likely they are to be taken.