Recipes

Check out Love Your Lunch, our new digital series on Food Network Canada

Hi everyone, please meet our new digital series on FOOD NETWORK CANADA called Love Your Lunch. New digital series, please say hello to the tired and lunch-packing weary. Our 8 episode series will give you strategies, tips and recipes for packing noon-time meals that will make you the envy of the office. You’ll also stop the madness of packing school

Recipes

The School Year Survival Cookbook Series: Leftovers into Savoury Waffles

We’re back with more videos that support our latest cookbook: The School Year Survival Cookbook. This time we’re turning leftovers into super delicious savoury waffles. Guess who had never made a waffle before? Watch to find out!            

Recipes

The School Year Survival Cookbook Video Series: How to Make Cauliflower Cous Cous

We love swapping cauliflower for rice or cous cous when we want to add more veggies to our plates (and reduce carbs, let’s be honest). Check out this easy method and the, ahem, disagreement we have over the best way to make cauli cous cous!

Articles

Our New Book Has a Trailer!

Our new book is out on shelves NOW. Here’s a behind the scenes look while we’re shooting the images….

Snacks & Desserts

6 Make-Ahead Snacks for Back-to-School

If packing a school lunch was just about making a sandwich and calling it a day, the school year would be an entirely different beast, wouldn’t it? Alas, my friends, there’s more to it than that. So much more. There’s all those other moments in the day when a kid’s energy needs a boost, their blood sugar needs smoothing over

Summer

7 School Lunches That Aren’t Sandwiches

Don’t let a school-lunch-packing rut sneak up on you. Mix things up by thinking outside of the sandwich. Whip up a batch of fritters or mini quiche on the weekend and uneaten lunches will be reduced by 75%. Okay, I made up that last part, but it can’t hurt to add a little variety, can it? And if you’re a

Strategies

The School Year Survival Cookbook: Hawaiian Pizza Muffins

With just less than a month before many of us send our kids back to school, we’re feeling a little freer with making noise about our new book, The School Year Survival Cookbook. We just about lost our damn minds when we found out that we’d hit the #2 spot on the Canadian best-seller list for cookbooks. I mean, come

Spring

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