Charring a mixture of sturdy, bitter greens on the grill, or in a blistering hot cast-iron skillet, is a wonderful way to add a hit of flavourful caramelization and depth to a salad.
The Glory That Is the Six-Minute Egg
With a creamy, gooey yolk—the texture of molasses—and a delicately set white, a six-minute egg is sheer perfection.
Ginger-Mango Shrimp and Pickerel Ceviche
There are certain dishes that just radiate summer; ceviche is one of them. It’s fresh, clean, bright, sweet and sour.
Have Yourself a Nutty Little Christmas
Freshly roasted chestnuts. What could be so hard? Right? Crank the oven, pop ’em in, and wait for the kitchen to fill with the magic of the season....
My introduction to sunchokes (Helianthus tuberosus) was as an exotic item on fancy menus, where they were called Jerusalem artichokes. I remained in...
5 Books to Get You Schooled on the Fish Situation
Sorry folks, gone are the days of shopping with one’s eyes closed – especially at the fish counter.
May 12th is Mother’s Day – Shower Her with Love
Some say love is all you need, but a thoughtful little something never hurt anybody! We’ve picked five great gift ideas – big and small – for your...
Dye Eggs, Eat Chocolate, Roast a Leg of Canadian Lamb!
Our friends at Sobeys have deliciously updated that most traditional of Easter dishes – the roasted leg of lamb
What to Know About West Nile Virus in Canada
10 things you can do to reduce the risk to you and your family
Green Goddess Sandwich with Kale Pesto
Turn unused vegetable greens and herb scraps into a delicious pesto for sandwiches
West Coast Cioppino
This comforting and hearty dish is a celebration of finfish and shellfish
How to edit your landscape and keep your trees & shrubs healthy through pruning
4 Things To Know About Reciprocating Saws
DIY expert Steve Maxwell talks about the benefits of reciprocating saws