July 1, 2011This hearty, warming soup is a delicious way to get some great soluble fiber from beans. It's perfect for a cold Canadian winter weeknight supper. Make the soup on the weekend and reheat it to serve during the week.
July 1, 2011This 1970's recipe originally called "Irene's Spicy Chicken" was part of a recipe exchange between students in Montreal. It smells wonderful while it's cooking and the taste is fantastic!
July 1, 2011Serve these delicious muffins with juice or fruit and a quick-cooked egg for a tasty breakfast that is easy to make.
July 1, 2011Biscotti are twice-baked cookies. These ones taste even better than the coffee shop version, and they're full of fibre and other good-for-you ingredients.
July 1, 2011Stir-frying is a fast and easy way to prepare a meal without a lot of added fat. Vegetables and lean protein form the basis for this dish, with a little added sauce and seasoning for flavor.
July 1, 2011Do you like Greek salads? How about trying it on a stick - how cool is that?
July 1, 2011This was a major hit with our taste panel. Broiling the fish on one side only keeps it moist, delicious and full of flavour.
July 1, 2011A roast chicken that is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside is hard to beat.
July 1, 2011This recipe is a great introduction to Thai cuisine. It's not too spicy, so it appeals to all ages, making it a great way for parents to introduce new foods and cultures to their family.
July 1, 2011Jicama is a crunchy, slightly sweet vegetable that tastes like a cross between a water chestnut and an apple. It adds a delicious crunch to this salad. If you can't find it at your supermarket, substitute an equal quantity of fresh fennel.