Tag "Tips"

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

Legumes

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

Articles

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

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

Summer

Roasted Cherry Sauce

Okay, we’ve been talking a lot about the school year because, well, you know. The book. I feel like it’s all I’ve talked about for a month and there’s a

Articles

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

Grains & Rice

The School Year Survival Cookbook: School-Safe Chocolate Snack Balls

When you hear a choir of voices saying it’s waaaaay too early to talk about back-to-school, I am usually the loudest. Like, please people, give us a chance to enjoy

Poultry

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

Videos

Overnight Chia Pudding Video

My complicated relationship with the month of June is in full bloom. I’m loving the warmer days (and fewer arguments with children about jackets) but am feeling the burnout of