Picnics & BBQs

Picnics & BBQs

Puff Pastry Pizzas

Who’s looking for an inexpensive gift for themselves this holiday season? Anyone? Well, here it is. This is also the gift that will keep on giving week after week after

Legumes

Tuna Chickpea Salad Sandwich

My latest strategy for dinner has been salads. I don’t mean greens. I mean sandwich salads. Things like egg salad, tuna salad, chicken salad, you get the idea. With the

Spring

Sponsored: Prosciutto, Mozzarella and Zucchini Topped COBS Focaccia (Plus Contest Alert! and in-store event)

A few years ago, before a trip home to the States, I asked Canadian friends who live in New York City if I can bring them anything from home. This

Snacks & Desserts

Broccoli Cheese Patties

Laura and I have been thinking a lot lately about the school year and the particular challenges it presents to parents. Because, let’s be honest, it’s not just our kids

Summer

Our Favourite Grilling Recipes

This post about grilling and anything that has to do with fresh, local berries and frozen treats are probably my most beloved posts to create every year. After all, they

By Ingredient

Turkey and Gruyere Burgers

When I was growing up burgers were a greasy, guilty pleasure. When it comes to feeding my family, burgers are a regular component of our weekly routine including turkey or

Picnics & BBQs

Corn Fritter Tacos with Cucumber and Feta Salsa

In our first book, How to Feed a Family, we had a recipe for Sweet Corn Tostada’s that was born on a hot August day at our summer beach cottage.

Picnics & BBQs

15 Amazing Summer Entertaining Recipes

Can you help me with something? I need help finding a way to enjoy the long weekend coming at us in Canada without acknowledging that the summer is halfway done.

Seafood

Ginger Salmon Burgers

Where’s the border, for you, between worth the effort and way too much work? Obviously this is a highly subjective question and there isn’t a right or wrong answer. I

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