Sweet Pea and Halloumi Fritters

Sweet Pea and Halloumi Fritters

Aromatic leeks and shallots, bright parsley, coriander and dill, and salty halloumi cheese contrast with the sweet peas beautifully. This is just a...

PEI Lobster Cobb Salad

PEI Lobster Cobb Salad

Created by Chef Ilona Daniel For the dressing: ½ cup extra virgin olive oil 3 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 1 tbsp honey 2 cloves...

Quick Spicy Pickled Carrots

Quick Spicy Pickled Carrots

Quick Spicy Pickled Carrots Makes two 500 mL (half quart) jars    They are even wonderful all on their own. I like to pair them with Sheet Pan...

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Gleaning knowledge

Gleaning knowledge

What do knitting, glee clubs, board games and food preserving have in common? If you guessed the 1950s, you wouldn’t be wrong, but these old-school...

Orange Liqueur Balls

Orange Liqueur Balls

This is our take on the classic rum ball, which seems to have all but disappeared over the years. The use of orange liqueur is really part of a...

Beet, Apple and Chili Relish

Beet, Apple and Chili Relish

This relish recipe is lovely because you can substitute any fresh ingredients you have—any cooking apple will do, as well as any chilies (dry or...

Food guide overhaul

Long seen as the benchmark for good nutrition, Canada’s Food Guide needs to be rewritten.   The next time you visit your doctor or nutritionist...

FireWorks and Sticky Buns

FireWorks and Sticky Buns

I have to admit, although I’m a dedicated fitness enthusiast, another passion that I have to counterbalance is my love of food. Our recent summer...

Day Lily and Cranberry Jam

Day Lily and Cranberry Jam

Not all day lilies are edible, but if you know what to hunt for, day lilies are quite diverse in the kitchen! Day lily jam is a fun and easy...

Of Fairy Kings and Blewits

Of Fairy Kings and Blewits

Stooped, we fan out into the woods, armed with paper bags and paring knives, treading carefully to avoid crushing our quarry. A shout from our...

Our Daily

Our Daily

It is hard to imagine a more unlikely location to learn about 19th century bread baking than right beside Dundas St. West on busy Toronto morning....

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