A cold roast chicken from the deli is delicious in this light yet filling salad.
This big black bean and barley salad is nutrient-dense and delicious - with a grainy base it's perfectly portable for a potluck or picnic.
Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies – they’re perfect for toddlers as well.
Norrie loves oven baked sweet potato fries, dusted with cinnamon; ensure they don’t bake so long that they develop hard, crispy ends.
This melt in your mouth butter chicken recipe is sure to please even the pickiest eater at your table.
Biscuits make great use of milk, buttermilk or cream that may be on its last legs; or thin some yogurt or sour cream with a little water.
A frittata – like a quiche without the crust – can be filled with just about anything; it’s a great way to use leftover cooked veggies, roasted potatoes, meat or even pasta.
Everyone should know how to make a cheese biscuit. These are perfect for serving with soups and stews, or alongside a sticky baked ham on your Easter buffet.
Living in the prairies in the bleak midwinter, salads can be uninspiring. Until that inspiring day comes, I'm happy with my root veggies.
This basic formula makes a classic, creamy Parmesan risotto without stirring!