Everyone loves deviled eggs – at a party, they’re always the first to go. They have so much potential beyond the usual mayo and sprinkle of paprika; try dressing them up with any number of ingredients – or use your imagination.
Winter is a great time to pack a picnic - here are some tips to make your food good to go, whether you're heading out to skate, ski, snowshoe or just experience the great (cold) outdoors.
Real, from-scratch spinach ricotta gnocchi from the talented Emily Richards, from her new book Per la Famiglia (Whitecap).
Twice-baked potatoes are the ultimate winter comfort food; this two-bite version uses thin-skinned baby potatoes.
Recipe courtesy of Super-Quick Muffin Tin Meals: 70 Recipes for Perfectly Portioned Comfort Food in a Cup by Melanie La Due.
Kids love corn dogs – but since they’re typically deep-fried, they’re not particularly home-friendly. This version is made with cornbread batter thick enough to shape around the hot dogs and bake until golden.
Flavourful beef satay are perfect for backyard barbecues or other entertaining. They work just as well as an appetizer as a main course.
This raspberry cocoa jam is perfect for making at the end of summer - and will elevate your morning toast (or PB&J) to new heights. From The Canning Kitchen, by Amy Bronee.
There are so many good things at their peak all at once - here's how to freeze the best of the season to extend summer long into fall.
Homemade bannock is perfect for camping - pack the flour-baking powder-oil mix in a ziplock bag and just add water at the campsite!