Dinner

School Year Survival Cookbook Videos: Leftover Chicken Transforms into Pizza!

We’re back with another video we created to go along with The School Year Survival Cookbook! We wanted to start with a focus on leftovers and how to transform them into something brand new as we feel like it gives you the biggest bang for you buck. Plus, it always cracks us up to think about how we use to

Pasta

School Year Survival Cookbook Videos: Watch our Ratatouille Transform Into Shakshuka and Pasta

Thank you for all your kind words about our new book! It’s pretty sweet seeing The School Year Survival Cookbook already living in your kitchens! One of the elements we were most excited about are the videos we always knew we wanted to live along with the book. Because, as usual, we just couldn’t fit everything we wanted to say

Appetizers

Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus with Asiago Cheese

We’ve never been ones to subscribe to the whole hiding vegetables in other foods business but we are big on dressing vegetables up. And by accessorizing them we mean slathering them in cheese. Listen, it’s obvious cheese makes everything better. It’s why we can whip together an easy cheese sauce before our kid’s can say, “I hate broccoli!” but sometimes

Vegetables

10 Delicious Things to Cook in May

The official arrival of Spring happened weeks ago but May brings the season’s harvest to stores in an abundant way. Rhubarb, asparagus and spring peas can make you want to dive into the easy, no frills cooking of the season. The combination of these fresh ingredients and easy cooking methods like grilling make family meal prep easier and winter’s long-simmering

Dairy

10 Delicious Things to Cook in March

Spring’s not here yet, as much as we wish it would hurry up. It’s a funny time in the markets and grocery stores. Our fall favourites like beets and sweet potatoes are still looking great but spring’s early superstars like rhubarb are starting to show up. Here’s how we’ll be cooking in this transitional season.

Dinner

Immunity Boosting Dinners

As a recovering germaphobe this time of year always makes me a bit nervous. For instance, when I watch my daughter dive into her after school snacks without even washing her hands I have a small heart attack. “Do you have to stick your fingers into the hummus before you wash your hands?,” I’ll say. After the necessary eye roll,

The Holidays

10 Easy & Elegant Holiday Brunch Recipes

Having family or friends over for brunch over the holidays? Aren’t you smart! We love the laid back easiness of daytime entertaining. Plus, brunch food is the best food in our books. Here are a few of our favourites, from creamy frittata to baked French toast to sweet and spicy waffles.

Strategies

Masterpass Diary Day 3 – Presents and Projects and a Giveaway, Oh My!

We’ve had a busy week and you can bet we’re looking forward to the weekend. In addition to our usual workload, we took a little trip to London, Ontario to speak to the good folks of Rogers TV about holiday time-saving strategies. (Check it out using the link above.) It was so great to get into a car with Ceri