Looking to bring some flavour to the holidays? Then let your most essential seasoning—salt!—play a larger role this season than simply sitting in a shaker at the dinner table. With the help of our partner Windsor, we’re sharing below a few ways salt can enhance your favourite holiday recipes, from ensuring a moist turkey or fish, to adding a colourful touch to your cocktails, to making dessert all the sweeter.
Happy children, happy parents! This week, spoil the kiddos with some guaranteed-to-please recipes (we can already hear them shouting “More!”). This menu keeps the children in mind, not only because we want to brighten up their November, but simply because we love them: Fajitas, pizza, macaroni, let’s go!
On weekdays, we like to cook simple, easy dinners (that’s nothing new!). And if you get out your best dishware and prepare elegant meals—without putting in any extra time—even better. On the menu this week you’ll find quick restaurant-worthy recipes at home, including three evenings of comforting pasta dishes guaranteed to please.
We miss going out to restaurants. We miss the food, the atmosphere, but also the presentation of each dish. Although you can reproduce the actual recipes at home, the experience is never exactly the same. With their past experience in catering, our Test Kitchen chefs compiled a list of their best tips for achieving the perfect presentation.
A bottle of liqueur or wine during the holidays is always in good taste, whether to give as a gift or to enjoy! In the latter category, this doesn’t only mean in a glass; there are ways to include them in recipes, too. Let us and our friends at Amarula show you how versatile their cream liqueur truly is, and the various ways you can enjoy it during the festive season.
It’s still a big mystery how our holiday season will play out this year. We don’t know how many people will be able to gather, or how we will gather, but we suspect that if we can get together, it will be in small groups.
One of the best things about fall—aside from Halloween, pumpkin spiced lattes and cozy sweaters—is the abundance of root vegetables at the grocery store. From classics you already love (carrots, beets, sweet potatoes) to some you may not have tried before (kohlrabi), we’ve got five recipes featuring some of our favourite underground darlings!
Inspired by the Danish hygge (pronounced hoo-gah), this art of living is all about cocooning, good times and the simplicity of happiness. Here are a few ways to get your hygge on, and spend a November evening focused on health and wellness.