Farmers’ markets can offer fresh, local produce and tasty artisanal fare. Here’s what you need to know before filling your basket with Canadian-grown goodness.
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Purge that guilt over food waste (and save cash and time grocery shopping) with these smart tricks to make your produce last longer.
The freshness of the blueberries, sweetness of honey and bold flavours from Ravenswood Zinfandel makes this marinade a sure fire hit for summer grilling.
A nutritious breakfast doesn’t just feed your body—it fuels your mind, as well! Here are 10 recipes that help foster healthy brain function—and satisfy your taste buds, too!
Hosting a backyard bash? These summer grilling recipes-covering everything from baby back ribs to seafood to vegetables and fruits-are sure to satisfy every guest’s appetite.
Take your next BBQ on an international journey without leaving your backyard, thanks to this delicious, easy-to-prepare recipe from Top Chef Canada All Stars competitor Andrea Nicholson.
BBQs are a staple of summer but can be a minefield of high-calorie foods. There are healthier and smarter choices—you just need to know what they are. These are easy go-to’s for your next party.
Quinoa flour has a distinctive flavour, stronger than the flavour of quinoa when it’s used as a whole grain. It’s a useful flour to use in baking in place of wheat flour as it’s gluten-free.
This high-protein breakfast will help sustain your energy levels for hours. For extra fibre, serve the omelette with wholegrain toast. Add a green salad for a nutritious brunch or lunch.
Dukkah is an Egyptian nut and spice mixture that can be sprinkled over vegetables or used as a dip. The nuts and spices vary, so feel free to experiment to make your own version.
Tomatoes and white beans are a classic Italian combination that makes a perfect base for fried eggs. This dish is rich in antioxidants from the tomatoes and greens. Roasting the tomatoes adds a layer of sweetness to the dish.
To make breakfast a little quicker and easier in the morning, you can bake the cases for these quiches a day in advance. Allow them to cool completely, then store in an airtight container until required.
These wildly delicious (and healthy) muffins are best eaten within a couple of hours of baking, but they can be frozen for up to one month.
Start your day with this healthy mixture of fruit, nuts and seeds, served with low-fat milk or yogurt. In summer, leave out the dried fruit and serve the muesli with some fresh berries instead.
Warm your mornings with this hearty hot porridge. Its blend of slow-acting carbohydrates and protein will keep your brain fuelled for optimal performance despite the cold weather.
Cranberries are high in antioxidants, which protect the brain’s cells from damage and reduce the risk of dementia.
Celebrate berry season with this healthy swirl of goodness. It will give you the energy and nutrients you need in the morning. Use thawed frozen berries if fresh ones aren’t available—they’re just as nutritious!
Tired of the same old G&T? Elevate your gin with this easy summer cocktail showcasing Tanqueray’s new Malacca gin.
TV personality, author, and culinary genius Anthony Bourdain was considered among the most influential chefs in the world. Here, we remember some of the best lessons he taught us.