This bowl tastes and feels like a warm hug. It has all the makings of a perfect fall meal, right down to the root vegetables drizzled in maple syrup and cinnamon, roasted to tender perfection.
This spicy beet and apple chutney is a tasty pairing with cheese, yogurt, sandwiches, sausages and burgers or served as a dip.
This simple yet tasty salad is perfect for a family dinner or side salad at a backyard barbecue.
The Incas called quinoa ‘the mother of all grains’ due to its excessive nutritional value. You can spruce up the colour of the plate by using white, red and black quinoa.
This salad goes perfectly with buttered hazelnut or walnut bread, or other dense breads.
This salad is a perfect partner for lamb or chicken, or can be served as a starter before a light main course.
One of the joys of a roast turkey or chicken is the tender meat least over that is perfect for rustling up a super-quick meal. Add some basic fresh ingredients and perhaps a few special extras, and dinner is on the table.
This quick and easy salad is perfect for a light meal.
This heart-healthy vegetable combination is tossed with a garlic and marjoram dressing.
Endive leaves are the perfect low-cal scooper for balsamic beet tartare.
Add your favourite in-season vegetables to this simple kebab recipe.
With a little prep, this Lentil & Mushroom Vegetarian Bolognese can be on the table in just 20 minutes!
Roasted squash and Italian sausage makes for a hearty and healthy autumn pasta dish.
Start your day off right with this delicious high-protein breakfast.
This dish is best served warm or at room temperature. Top with crumbled feta or goat cheese or curls of shaved Parmesan cheese, if desired.
Get dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes!
Goat cheese has a wonderful flavour when it has been cooked. You can enjoy this recipe all year round: Pan-fry the eggplant and finish it in the oven at 350ûF until it’s soft.
This is a great recipe either on its own or as a side dish. Asparagus is loaded with fibre, folate and vitamins, and it is also a standout source of chromium, a trace mineral that helps insulin to more easily transport sugar into cells.
For maximum flavour and moisture, marinate the pork for six to 12 hours. And let cooked meat rest for 10 minutes before cutting it to allow the juices to redistribute. Watching your sodium intake? Look for low-sodium feta, and rinse the olives before adding them to the salad.
Instead of serving pizza with a salad, combine the two for a light, healthful one-dish meal’and wait for the bravos.