A hearty dip that will have people hovering by the bowl, so place it somewhere out of traffic flow. Serve with tortilla chips to scoop it up with.
This is a cheat’s version of the classic French sauce, Aioli. It doesn’t pretend to be the real thing, but it is very good for what it is: a garlic-flavoured mayonnaise.
Aladdin pumpkins have a thick, deep orange coloured rind with average rib depth. They are mostly round, being 12 inches (30 cm) wide by 15 inches (40 cm) tall, and weighing 30 to 50 pounds (13 to 23 kg.) They have a long, thin, slightly rubbery stem firmly attached. Good for carving, Aladdin pumpkins are…
A fabulous loaf that couldn’t be less fuss.
A delicious quiche-like pie that costs only the price of a cup of milk, 2 eggs and a few onions to make. This is a good week-day dish as it is economical, does not require much of your attention, and you are very likely to have all the ingredients on hand
A very refreshing cocktail for weary palates.
A hearty, yummy one-dish meal casserole that is ideal for large gatherings.
Incredibly flavourful stuffed roasted peppers. Serve with a side salad and some good bread.
This is a robust salad dressing with sharp, strong, savoury tastes. It’s particularly good with salads made out of milder-tasting items such as pasta, potatoes, beans, etc.
This is a great way to use up anchovies that you might have left over from another recipe.
This recipe was given by the New York actress Anne Bancroft to Toronto writer Warren Dunford in the 1990s. It has a lightly-spiced flavour that is warm and distinctive.
Anzac Biscuits are crisp oatmeal cookies that are very good with tea. Various associations in Australia and New Zealand make them around Anzac Day to fundraise for veterans.
A lovely warming, filling dessert, so save room for it.
Use to stuff poultry or rolled pork.
Very, very good.
Every apple pie recipe is great, and the best tasting apple pie is the one that you didn’t have to make but get to eat. But, here’s a recipe for a more professional apple pie; it’s the one that is taught in some pastry classes.
This is an apple pie that tastes like the most wonderful old-fashioned apple pie in the world, but it has three surprises: a phyllo pastry crust, a layer of custard hiding under the apples, and, it’s incredibly low in calories.
Kid and budget friendly dish. This is a very flexible dish; you can use far fewer wieners if you have a pack you want to finish off, and you can use more cheese if you wish.
Very delicious, with a rich enough taste to set out at special occasions.
These squares look beautiful, are chewy and crunchy, and are a real crowd pleaser.
These artichoke (and mushroom) tortillas make for a delicious and filling main course; just serve with some rice or a side salad.
These are delicious, incredibly flavourful burritos. They are also incredibly healthy – very low in calories.
This asparagus salad is easy to make, but very sophisticated. It looks fantastic on the table or on a buffet table, particularly around Christmas time, too, as it resembles a wreath.
This recipe is good for the day or two after you cook up asparagus, because it makes a delicious soup out of what we normally cast away — the woody ends and trimmings that we normally break off and toss in the compost bin.