A big, bubbling braised beef pie is perfect comfort food when you need to feed a crowd; inexpensive but flavourful cuts of beef are slowly braised in dark beer or red wine and stock.
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Just because you can't have gluten doesn't mean you have to forgo your favourite foods. Check out food editor Julie Van Rosendaal's recipe for gluten-free pastry dough.
Looking for real-food options this Easter weekend? These wee nests and egg-shaped chocolate truffles are made with naturally sweet dates and toasted nuts.
How completely adorable are these? Deviled eggs made with coloured eggs, stood upright and filled to look like chicks coming out of their shells!
With Easter coming up next weekend, here's a turkey tutorial - and meet some of my favourite turkey farmers, Darrel and Corrine of Winter's Turkeys in Dalemead, Alberta.
Hot crossed buns are a big part of our Easter tradition - they're simple to make, and so much better than store-bought!
Pot roast with veggies and a bubbly fruit crumble for dessert sounds typical for Sunday supper when there’s more time to spend in the kitchen, but this meal doesn't take that much time at all.
A crisp, eggy puffed pancake filled with sauteed apples makes a perfect Easter brunch.
Load these cookies up with as many good things as you can manage. Let the kids choose their favourite dried fruit, nuts and seeds plus, oh yeah, the chocolate chips.
Crunchy on the outside, gooey on the inside.
Teaching kids cooking skills is key to healthy eating for life.
Pad Thai is the quintessential one-bowl street food in Thailand.
Watch Julie Van Rosendaal show how to fold a samosa.
Indian-spiced meat pies you can hold in your hand are perfect for doling out on the street – or in your kitchen.