Chef Lynn Crawford sure knows how to make a sandwich delicious. The aioli works so well with a runny yolk that you’ll be asking for seconds in no time. Share it over brunch, lunch or dinner!
Few things go together as well as mushroom and bell peppers.
Easy to make and great to serve, this glorious ham is bound to be a hit for any holiday or special occasion.
This modern take on a classically elegant meal is perfect for the holidays.
Roasting the carrots enhances their natural sweetness in this aromatic soup. The caraway seeds complement the carrots beautifully.
This gorgeous red soup will brighten any autumn or winter meal. Its rich colour reflects its high anti-oxidant content. Roasting enhances the natural sweetness of vegetables such as capsicums, tomatoes and onions.
You can include any seeds or nuts in these easy flatbreads. Try using sesame seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds or finely chopped Brazil nuts. You can also include garlic, herbs or spices to vary with flavours.
This savoury pie recipe from Canadian celebrity chef Chuck Hughes combines fresh tomatoes, basil and sweet onions in a delicate phyllo crust with zesty Cheddar topping. It’s so flavourful and presents so well, but it’s super easy to put together!
Start your morning right with this savoury (and trendy) oatmeal. It’s accented with herbs and topped with a hard-cooked egg that will surely be a hit!
Lemony fish fillets are given a crunchy baked crumble topping that helps lock in the moisture. Accompany the fish with some steamed seasonal vegetables.
It may be quick and easy to make, but this dish will impress your guests with its colourful, refreshing salsa. Serve the swordfish with salad leaves and crusty bread for a light, balanced meal.
Olives and preserved lemon are both high-salt foods, so the amounts used in this recipe are limited. Feel free to increase the amounts of the herbs and spices to taste, however, as all of these are high in brain-booting anti-oxidants.
Broad beans are high in protein and heart-protective fibre. They are combined here with the omega-3 fats in the salmon for a dish that promotes a good blood supply for the brain.
A deep-crimson soup, loaded with seasonal veggies.
Feeling adventurous? Try this recipe that combines rich venison medallions with sautéed apple slices and wild blueberry sauce.
Here’s a healthy party snack that will impress your calorie-counting guests. It’s ready in 15 minutes.
Combine traditional Indian flavours with refreshing wild blueberries to create this unique dish.
These mini-meatballs serve four and are sure to be a hit at home.
Using inexpensive but delicious ingredients, David Chang, chef at Bespoke Craft Foods in Liberty Village, puts a spin on the classic chicken liver pate by pairing it with a lovely wild blueberry compote.
If you have time, you can roast the nuts yourself and make your own puree instead of using store bought.