This fall, the Soup Sisters are releasing their third cookbook - a compilation of recipes contributed by Canadian kids. If you're between the ages of 8-16, they want to hear from you!
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.
When the weather outside is frightful and you’re not feeling delightful, a bowl of steaming, spicy soup and a smooth, citrusy shake will nourish colds and soothe rough throats.
This veggie-heavy chili is a perfect way to use the winter squash that are in season right now.
A noodle jar is the portable version of a noodle bowl, popular in office kitchens and dorm rooms alike.
Remember when you were home sick as a kid and your mom would make you chicken noodle soup to feel better? It turns out she was right!
Brazilian Feijoada is a flavourful stew that's high in protein and fibre and simple to make - it's inexpensive and deliciously different if you want to break the dinnertime rut.
Stew doesn't have to take all day, especially with these easy ingredients.
Winter squash makes a fantastic soup – feel free to swap acorn, Hubbard, or even pumpkin for the butternut; maple syrup and apple bring out its sweetness, and using curry powder or sage will change its flavour profile depending on your mood.
Is there a more classic lunch combination than tomato soup with grilled cheese? Here, roasted tomatoes are turned into a flavourful soup, topped with gooey open-faced cheese toasts that act as lids; alternatively, melt and serve them alongside the soup.