November 27, 2019A lot of us give the gift of food all year round. Planning meals and cooking for family and our friends can be a labour of love. But when it comes to the holidays, I think about giving the gift of food all over again.
October 28, 2019If you're feeding little witches and monkeys this Hallowe'en, try these healthy and ghoulish party food ideas to curb the candy and make them squeal.
December 5, 2017For those of us that include meat, fish, and poultry in our diets, “turkey dinner” has great potential to be an entirely average meal. Side dishes are where the magic is. They make your meal shine! Read these tips to help plan a meal your family and friends won’t soon forget.
December 13, 2016During the holiday season, your calendar is likely jam-packed with activities, festivities and parties. Potlucks with decadent treats are a common way to celebrate. There are ways you can enjoy divine desserts while pairing pleasure and health. It starts with three simple ingredients, fruit, nuts and dark chocolate.
December 22, 2015Holidays are a time to exercise culinary skills with new recipes or family favourites. Avoid food-borne illness – get answers to common food safety questions.
October 7, 2015What are you thankful for? We’re thankful for you – our loyal readers! To help make your event memorable and stress-free, we’ve put together our best advice.
March 17, 2015Saint Patrick’s Day celebrates Irish culture and history. The leprechaun stores his fortune at the end of the rainbow. Eat a variety of vegetables and fruit that match colours of the rainbow and you can gain the benefits of golden health.
February 17, 2015Celebrate the start of Chinese New Year with healthy, traditional foods that symbolize happiness, health and prosperity for the year ahead.
February 3, 2015You can make a Family Day tradition by inviting kids, grandparents, and other relatives over to share recipes, learn food traditions, cook and eat together.
December 30, 2014Cultures around the world celebrate the New Year with foods that hold special meaning for the year to come. It should come as no surprise that the traditional foods served during this time of hope and happiness are also extremely nutritious. Here are a few wonderful New Year’s food traditions from cultures that celebrate New Year’s on January 1.