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These are Kyle’s “house specialty.” As in, I am not allowed even near the oven when these go down... which is at least once a week in our house, and often when people come over. I love these dipped in natural ketchup or Dijon mustard.

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The evenings are still a bit cool, and this is the perfect beef stew with lots of fall veggies. Make it for dinner and then freeze the leftovers or enjoy them for lunch.

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When I first met my husband, he made this comforting soup for me, and it won my heart instantly. It has a vibrant yellow colour, lemony fresh flavour, and creamy texture—it’s like happiness in a bowl. We have since adapted the recipe together, making it more nutrient dense. If you do not own…

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I first encountered whipped feta at a tapas restaurant in Winnipeg and was instantly obsessed. I immediately went home to learn how to make it, and quickly realized it was as simple as blending feta cheese with some liquid until smooth. I suggest serving it on crostini or Seedy Almond Pulp C…

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Packed with good fats, this delicious freezer fudge is a perfect treat for anyone who loves tahini. Inspired by the flavours of Middle Eastern halva, I’ve used tahini and toasted sesame seeds for a nutty crunch that pairs perfectly with chocolate. A sprinkle of flaky sea salt takes this heal…

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Like salmon, red snapper is high in nourishing omega-3 fatty acids that boost memory and brain function. Although the ceviche is full of good fats and protein, it still feels very light and refreshing— perfect for a hot summer day. When making ceviche, it is crucial to get very high-quality …

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These days, coffee is fuelling my busy mornings, but now and then I like to switch it up with a fat- fuelled matcha latte. I like Ippodo Tea matcha, as it is very smooth and balanced, so you don’t need to add any sweetener. Adding a scoop of collagen peptides gives the latte extra staying po…

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This buttery granola is full of large, crunchy clusters. I always have a jar on hand for snacking or to add some crunch to breakfast bowls. This granola is packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids from nuts, seeds, and a whole egg. It is not too sweet and will help keep you energized with goo…

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Farinata is a chickpea flatbread that originated in Italy. I first tried the lesser-known variation, fainá, while backpacking in Argentina in my early twenties. It would be served with deep-dish pizza, but I loved it on its own and would eat it plain with some good olive oil on top. I starte…

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Although chia puddings are as plentiful as the day is long, if you haven’t tried adding toasted buck- wheat to a chia pudding before, you are in for a real treat. Buckwheat adds a nutty, earthy flavour and skin-loving antioxidants that help you glow from the inside out. Despite its misleadin…

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Rolls are the perfect accompaniment to any meal, and when they're homemade and warm out of the oven, they become the star of the show.

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Whip these pancakes up on a weekday morning quickly and effortlessly. They're also great on lazy weekends too!

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Making homemade bread can be extremely satisfying, from the process itself to the incredible smell wafting through the house. If you've never made bread before, here are three easy homemade breads to try.

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Warm, creamy and satisfying, this soup is easy to make and is filling enough for a meal. Serve with crusty French bread.

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What's better than breakfast for dinner? Whip up these easy, filling meal the night before and just pop it in the oven the next night for a healthy, well-balanced meal.

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What's better than breakfast for dinner? Whip up these easy, filling meal the night before and just pop it in the oven the next night for a healthy, well-balanced meal.

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There's nothing more comforting in autumn than curling up with a piping hot bowl of soup. These satisfying fall soups eat like a meal.

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Like many capital cities, Mexico City is a place where cultures and people collide, and nowhere is this collision more clearly seen than in the city’s food. Tacos al pastor were the result of immigrants arriving from the Middle East in the 1960s, bringing with them lamb shawarma and gyros an…

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Can we believe we're already thinking about the holidays? Well, the PR agencies are! We're already receiving word of the newest products coming down to the pipeline in time for the holiday season. Check out these 4 foodie products coming out for the holidays.

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With school back in session, and many people returning to work outside of the home, no one wants to spend endless hours in the kitchen preparing meals. Check out these 5 dinners you can make in 15 minutes of less.

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With a new school year right around the corner, it's time to gear up for making lunches again. So, here are some creative lunch ideas for back to school that are easy to make and that kids will love!

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These might be the most delicious oatmeal cookies you've ever tasted - chewy in the middle with delightfully crispy outer edges. Make extras - you'll need em.

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Summertime is the perfect season to enjoy a light, refreshing dessert that isn't too heavy or dense. It's also an added plus when you don't have to crank up the oven to bake something and overheat the house. 

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No one wants to cook when it's blazing hot outside! That's why we love cold meals for hot summer days. They're easy to throw together and make for some great leftovers. 

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It was hard enough coming up with creative lunch and snack ideas for their school day, and now that we're home with the kids more often, the demand for snacks never ends! Here are 3 yummy snacks your kids will love.

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It's a wonderful time to pack up the family and head out on a picnic... but leave the planning to us. Here are 5 perfect picnic recipes to tote along with you.

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“This formula contains only about 20% whole grain with the remainder of the recipe using high-extraction stone-ground hard wheat bread flour, which you can mail-order from specialty millers. You will often see these flours referred to by percentages, with the standard for high-extraction 85%…

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You may have seen some recipes for preserved lemons that replace the water with lemon juice. It doesn’t make that much difference if you do this, but perhaps if you have a glut of lemons, you could give it a go.