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Recipes

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

Hi everyone, please meet our digital series on FOOD NETWORK CANADA called Love Your Lunch. Digital series, please say hello to the tired and lunch-packing weary. Our 8 episode series

Vegetables

Cornbread Topped Chili

A quick spin through the SPC archives confirms that we are big chili fans. We’ve got white, chickpea, lentil, slow cooker pork, slow cooker beef, chicken, a chili mac…. oh, yes,

Dinner

Flatbread Taco Pizza

  You know we’re all about home cooking around here. But that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate that way store-bought ingredients can help us get a meal on the table.

Lunch

Weekday Eggs with Romesco and Toast

We’ve become know as much for the strategies we offer busy families as for the healthy recipes we create each week. But of all the strategies (don’t forget to meal

Grains & Rice

Polenta Fries with Sriracha Mayo

If you speak to parents about feeding kids you know it’s only a matter of time before the P word comes up. Old picky pants. And we have a lot

Dairy

Apple Cheddar Muffins with Allégro for Kids on the Go

Whenever we ask parents on Facebook or Twitter what they’re looking for in upcoming posts, we know we’ll get certain responses. And I’m not just talking about the requests for

Grains & Rice

Sweet Potato Falafel Bowls

If you know me, or have watched some of our Youtube videos, you know I’ll do anything to avoid getting my food processor down from its home on a high

Spring

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,

Lunch

Creamy Chicken Salad Pinwheels

Well, it’s here. Another school year is about to start and although we’ve been promoting a book that is all about preparing to face the school year without the fear

Winter

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