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With social distancing restrictions easing up, it’s a great opportunity to host a carefully curated celebration (2 meters apart of course) with family and friends that you haven’t seen for a while. This, along with the scorching hot weather, is a good a reason as any to crack open a nice bot…

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Don’t even think of looking at a boxed brownie mix: this skillet brownie has been my savior, and also my favorite dessert when the sweet tooth strikes. It uses easy on-hand ingredients and, as it doesn’t contain any eggs, is perfect when just undercooked. Take it up a notch and add a scoop o…

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A quarantine is tricky, but when you have so much time on your hands, it can make cooking at bit more feasible. We've published a lot of recipes over the years, and here are a few of our favourites that the whole family can help make, as well as enjoy.

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The first day of September might be Labour Day to most, but to an increasing number of foodies, it’s becoming synonymous with Day One of the annual Le Burger Week. Held September 1-7, participating restaurants in cities across Canada and the U.S. create a special burger just for the occasion…

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This nutritious and simple 10 minute vegetarian dish is my grandmother’s fall recipe. It’s very healthy, low calorie and emphasizes the flavour of pumpkin. Give it a try and it will be one of your favourite go-to recipes.

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As Robbie Brown walks toward Les Marchés Tau’s expanded produce section, explaining what makes the store competitive with larger food companies, he suddenly stops, smiles, and dashes at one of his employees to greet him. “That man has been with us for 25 years,” says Brown, Vice President of…

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The beauty of this classic Italian pasta dish is that is comes together quickly with ingredients you most likely already have in your pantry, like spaghetti, canned tomatoes, garlic, anchovy paste and crushed red pepper flakes. Get the recipe at Food Network.

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I was first exposed to poutine as a wee lad growing up in the deep east of Montreal. Once in a while, my dad would take us all out to Anjou Patates, which at the time was a little more than a truck stop with a lunch counter that served classic steamies, fresh cut fries and basic poutine. You…

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La Poutine Week is now up and running from February 1 through 7. Presented by KINGSEY Cheese and delivered by GOLO, this flagship event for Quebec’s home-grown delicacy is now celebrated worldwide, with hundreds of restaurants taking part and tens of thousands of poutine lovers voting for th…

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Make a double batch of this quick vegetarian chilli, full of black beans and sweet potatoes, and eat it for lunch the next day or freeze the extras for another night. Get the recipe here: Eating Well.

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Is there anything more comforting and delicious than authentic fried chicken? Nope, we didn't think so. And this recipe is the real deal. Get the ingredients and instructions here Genius Kitchen.

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Health Canada is set to publish a revised Canada Food Guide later this month. Indications are that the document would de-emphasize the scientifically proven nutritional value and health benefits of dairy products by eliminating the Milk and Alternatives group and actively advocating that Can…

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Coco Loco DDO is a cozy, welcoming restaurant that's perfect for the whole family, with delicious freshly-prepared food and a professional staff that makes the experience an incredible one time and time again.

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Romaine lettuce is being pulled off the shelves across North America because of E.coli contamination. Health authorities in the U.S. and Canada have issued warnings that this type of lettuce has been blamed for sickening people. The Centers for Disease Control are advising us not only to thr…