As berries and other fruit come into season in Canada, many people make their own fruit preserves so they can enjoy them all year long. Even more appealing is the control you have over what goes into each jar, allowing for creativity, healthy choices, and the omission of chemicals.
We love to indulge our tastebuds in the Summer and the heat leaves us with less energy to cook healthy meals. That combination can set us up for one big diet fail. These easy recipe substitutions and switches can prevent seasonal sabotage over the Summer and throughout the year.
Welcome to our series on food preservation. It’s a five-part series of articles that will take you through all food preservation options, including freezing, fruit preserves, dehydrating, canning and pickling. We’ll include recipes too! This introduction summarizes your options, shows you where to find bulk produce at the best prices, and offers other helpful preservation […]
These peanut butter bird nests are as tasty as they are adorable! They’re eggcellent for Easter entertaining or gifts. Cadbury mini eggs are the house favourite, so both the cookies and leftover eggs disappear in record time. We also tried Smarties mini eggs but I found them to be a bit too large.
Food is especially important to the Irish. Even now, many generations after suffering through times of starvation. Most of their traditional recipes still contain ingredients from times of economic hardship, such as potatoes. Irish Moss seaweed stepped in for many families during the Potato Famine. Luckily, Irish Moss is a “super food” that is packed […]
This turkey dinner recipe is light and healthy, with all the rich, creamy taste of a far less healthy supper choice. You’ll feel like you’re cheating! Light Turkey or Chicken Ranch Bake
This isn’t a recipe for those who need to follow one to the letter. It’s meant to be highly adaptable for both ingredients and the number of servings required. Play with it, have a taste here and there, and you’ll end up with a great soup tailored just for you and your family.