Tag "Salad"

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

Seafood

Think Eggs Now

When Spring finally acts like, well, itself (hello, sunshine and warmer days!), you can’t help but to think about lightening up your meals. I don’t know about your family but

Grains & Rice

10 Delicious Recipes to Make in October

We’re embracing the cool but sunny days of October by getting in the kitchen with our favourite fall ingredients. Recipes for Cabbage Soup, Pumpkin and Cranberry Loaf, Butternut Squash Quesadilla

Picnics & BBQs

It’s Grilling Time!

Even though many of us try to barbecue all year long, there is something about being able to leave the back door open and cross the yard in our bare feet to

Vegetables

Asian Chicken Salad

I just want to come right out and say how finky I feel calling this salad Asian. There’s no reason to believe this recipe originated anywhere other than a North

Summer

Sponsored Post: Pomegranate, Orange and Feta Wild Rice Salad

Can it be salad season now? Where I live, in Toronto, spring is taking its sweet time arriving and if the weather were motivating my meal planning, it would still

Fruits

Karine is Thinking Green

Have I mentioned that gardening is one of my least favourite things to do? And it honestly has nothing to do with that fact that I have a bit of

Lunch

Lemon Thyme Dinner Salad

It’s still summer. And when I say that I don’t mean it in the way that folks say it’s time for cocktails at Noon because it’s “5 o’clock somewhere.” I

Appetizers

Panzanella

Here’s a classic post with a fabulous summer recipe. If you’ve got some picnics or barbecues coming up, you’ll want this in your back pocket. Not actually in your back

By Season

Summer Lunch Week: Tuna White Bean Salad

I was evil in an ear­lier life. (If you have known me to be evil in this life, I’m sorry) It’s the only expla­na­tion for the fact that two weeks