You Can Make These Delicious Dishes In 30 Minutes Or Less
A fast dinner doesn't have to mean instant ramen or a heaping bowl of cereal.
Ask A Chef: Stoemp
Chef Travis Phillips of St. Veronus Cafe and Tap Room shares his recipe for Stoemp. Q: My husband and I lived near Peterborough, Ontario, and ate at St. Veronus Cafe and Tap Room. I loved a side dish they served called stoemp. We’ve tried to make it but…
Vegan Cream Soup With Pear, Spinach & Sage
Try this Vegan Cream Soup With Pear, Spinach & Sage recipe from the cookbook Vert Couleur Persil. Since she started her food blog Vert Couleur Persil in 2014, chef Geneviève Plante has always had a passion for beautiful cuisine. Her third book is filled with simple…
3 Comforting Israeli Recipes From The New Cookbook, Sababa
Tel Aviv-based American author Adeena Sussman teaches readers how to create flavor-packed recipes with Israeli ingredients such as tahini, sumac, harissa and za’atar. Sababa translates to “everything is awesome,” so whether you try the comforting Marak Katom soup filled with seasonal root vegetables or the Smoky Eggplant P’titim,…
Try this Pomegroni Cocktail recipe from the cookbook Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors From My Israeli Kitchen. As I juiced my millionth pomegranate of the winter using the hand-cranked press that sits on our counter, it occurred to me: Who needs Campari when you’ve got fresh pomegranate juice?…
Cinnamony Smoky Eggplant P’titim
Try this Cinnamony Smoky Eggplant P’titim recipe from the cookbook Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors From My Israeli Kitchen. Word to the wise: If you’re in Israel shopping for pantry staples, don’t ask for “Israeli couscous”: shopkeepers will look at you quizzically and give you regular semolina couscous. To…
Marak Katom With Crunchy Seeds & Harissa
Try this Marak Katom With Crunchy Seeds & Harissa recipe from the cookbook Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors From My Israeli Kitchen. Back when this root vegetable soup was having its first “moment,” you’d find a version in nearly every Tel Aviv restaurant, the only problem being that…
20 One-Pot Meals For A Quick & Easy Clean-Up
Weeknight dinners just got a whole lot easier!
Ask A Chef: Arctic Char Confit
Chef Michele Mercuri of Montreal’s Le Serpent shares his recipe for Arctic Char Confit. Q: We had a wonderful dining experience at Le Serpent in Old Montreal, and the best part was the arctic char. With a light yet succulent taste, it sat on a mélange of…
6 Traditional Thanksgiving Recipes Reimagined For Modern Day
Before she left for a two year adventure in London, our food editor Kristen Eppich created a throwback Thanksgiving feast.
Roasted Onion Dip
It’s tempting to stir the onions while caramelizing, but be patient and leave them untouched until they take on that rich, dark colour in the pan…
Upside-Down Roast Turkey
It’s important to use a roasting rack when cooking a turkey upside down, as the meat becomes very tender and can be harder to remove from the pan. This is a large turkey, as we tend to serve a crowd at my house, so be sure to reduce the cook…
Charred Brussels Sprouts On Parmesan Cream
Simplify your Thanksgiving feast by making the Parmesan Cream the day before. To soften, heat slowly in the microwave or in a pot over low heat, stirring often.
Sweet Potatoes With Pumpkin Seed Pesto
As an alternative, you can roast the sweet potatoes whole, then make a cut down the center and spoon in the pesto like a baked potato.
Spinach & Pumpernickel Stuffing
If you’re juggling dishes for oven time, cook this stuffing the day before and refrigerate. While the turkey is resting, slip the stuffing into a 325°F oven, loosely covered, and it’ll be warm and perfect by the time the turkey is served.
Calvados Apple & Ricotta Parfait
The apple brandy makes this recipe rich and delicious, but if you prefer not to use alcohol, substitute with apple cider and a drop or two of good-quality vanilla extract.