Don’t you always check in with other parents to see what they’re having for dinner? It’s one of the things hanging over us all—damned dinner needs to be made again—so I do a survey of what everyone else is making to get my own juices flowing. One afternoon I asked a friend, and this dish was her answer.
Butter chicken is delicious over rice or mopped up with fresh naan - but how about in a chewy, crusty baguette to enclose and absorb all that delicious sauce?
This version uses a food processor to combine the ingredients for the cheese sauce – including puréed squash.
Here's a summery new use for blueberries in season - a tangy, citrusy vinaigrette to serve over sesame seared ahi tuna or roasted halibut.
Craving sticky sweet barbecue? Try this flavourful pork tenderloin, with a ginger-garlic molasses marinade!
For nights when you really have to eat and run, filets of salmon, trout and thick whitefish such as halibut, are ideal for roasting.
Here’s a different kind of pan pizza – one you can pull apart and eat with your fingers.
Fresh sausages make instant, preseasoned meatballs with no mess; simply squeeze the meat out of its casing directly into the pan.
Kids love to say Bibimbap (pronounced BEE-beem-bop) as much as they like to eat it! This popular Korean dish is basically a bowl of rice topped with veggies, meat and often a fried egg.
Anything goes in these three easy-to-make, kid-pleasing salads.