Incredibly flavourful stuffed roasted peppers. Serve with a side salad and some good bread.
These squares look beautiful, are chewy and crunchy, and are a real crowd pleaser.
A lovely, rich, creamy-tasting risotto; the avocado adds an element of freshness to it.
A classic blonde brownie recipe.
Half the people reading this recipe will be smacking their lips; the other half will have already recoiled in horror! Broccoli, blue cheese — you either love ’em or you hate ’em!
Butter tarts are a traditional Canadian (and Scottish) dessert.
A hearty, tasty rendition of Brussels Sprouts.
A quick and easy spread for crackers at a party.
A dead-easy way to make bland cauliflower into an asked-for dish.
This is an easy, tasty salad with great colours, and it’s hearty enough that people won’t call it rabbit food.
A liqueur based on the kernels on certain fruits, such as peaches or cherries. If this sounds odd, remember that peaches and cherries are closely related to almonds, and so have a lot of flavour that can be extracted. Literature & Lore Noyau is a French word meaning “kernel, pit or core”. It is closely…
If you’re jaded and think you are bored of fresh salads, try this. It’s got every flavour and texture happening.
This is an easy, very different dessert, yet still a very classic finish to a meal, combining cheese and fresh fruit.
The upside of this cake is that it’s a make-ahead cake. That’s also the downside — don’t plan on serving it a few hours from now.
The chocolate and marmalade tastes together are fantastic.
Here’s a pesto that uses parsley — great for using up leftover bunches in the fridge. Takes 10 minutes to make including clean-up, and you can toss it into the freezer using the pesto ice-cube trick and you’re set for a couple of good meals out of what wo
This is a classic, famous, no-bake Christmas fruitcake recipe, dating back to at least 1954.
The taste of sage and walnut together in a pasta sauce is rich and satisfying.
A rich, gutsy pasta dish.
A gorgeous looking and gorgeous tasting salad. Allow your guests to dress it themselves with the salad dressing served separately.
You’ll never find a simpler pie to make — or a harder one to keep people’s hands off of until dinner time.
English Walnuts © Denzil Green There are three types of walnut trees: English, Black and Butternut. English Walnut grows in Asia, Europe and now in North America. Black Walnut and Butternut are North American trees. Nuts are mostly harvested from English Walnut; Black Walnuts have some uses, but are prized even more for their lumber;…