Monthly Archives: November 2011
While to some it may seem like I’m cooking five-course meals most nights, even we have ones where I’m looking for something still made from scratch, but doesn’t keep me cooking in the kitchen for too long.
To wit, I … Read more
MEATLOAF IS BACK IN STYLE, AND OUR NEW VERSIONS ARE SURE TO STEAL THE SHOW AT YOUR NEXT DINNER PARTY.
BY BRANDON BOONE
I must admit that I had a certain aversion to any main course dish with the word … Read more
- 4 medium-sized baking apples, peeled, cored and thinly sliced
- 3 tbsp (45 mL) dark rum
- 1/3 cup (75 mL) raisins
- 1/4 cup (60 mL) brown sugar
- 1/2 tsp (2 mL) ground cinnamon
- Pinch of nutmeg
- Pinch of salt
DELIGHT YOUR GUESTS’ EYES AND PALATES WITH THESE DISHES COOKED IN PARCHMENT PAPER.
BY BRIE DELACRUZ
Let’s be honest here. When it comes to having people over for a meal during the holidays, we want to make something that both … Read more
BY ALEX SVENNE
What are two short words that strike fear in the hearts of children and adults alike? Brussels sprouts. Shoved to the side of the plate, hidden under a napkin, and often fed to the dog, Brussels are … Read more
THE MIGHTY HOP RETURNS EN MASSE TO PRODUCE BEERS THAT ARE PERFECT PARTNERS TO A WIDE VARIETY OF FOOD.
BY STEPHEN BEAUMONT
How bitter is your beer? A mild tang? A moderate bite? Or perhaps you prefer a full-blown, peel-the-skin-from-your-cheeks … Read more
A HANDFUL OF WINES THAT NEED NO FOOD ACCOMPANIMENT TO BE GREAT.
BY MIREILLE SAUVÉ
Ever been told that wine and food should be enjoyed together? Sure, food and wine are fundamentally meant to complement each other as even science … Read more
I’m not sure how or why, but within the last few years I’ve become quite a fan of CFL football.
Sure, most of my television viewing is still directed at the Food Network but I’ve starting taping football games for … Read more
If given the option (and be free from heart attacks), I’m pretty sure I’d have bacon at every meal as there’s few ingredients that can make what you’re eating taste even better.
Potatoes cooked in bacon fat? Oh mama. Strips … Read more