This Asian–style recipe calls for water chestnuts, which add a crunchy texture to this flavorful leafy greens medley. Leafy greens contain fiber and folate, as well as lutein and other phytochemicals that help protect against many chronic diseases from...
Earlier this year, the new Canada’s Food Guide was released after much anticipation, removing the four food groups and, in place, providing tips and guidance on healthy eating habits. These habits include cooking at home, enjoying more fruits and...
Asparagus is a culinary superstar of spring. Here’s an easy and delicious way to enjoy it — as a breakfast, lunch or light supper — from the staff at Harrowsmith magazine. Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata Prep time: 15-20...
  Cauliflower is the prima donna of the cabbage, broccoli and Brussels sprouts family. It is packed with minerals and vitamins for better health. This cruciferous vegetable comes in two varieties, a white and a purple 'head'. When the purple...
As the leaves change and the nighttime air takes on a chill, our thoughts naturally turn to warm, delicious foods that offer an element of comfort on a chilly autumn night. Some comfort foods are hugely rooted in nostalgia. Others...
Whether you get them from your local pick-your-own farm, farmers’ markets or in grocery stores, apple season is here. And with Ontario’s apple farms in full swing, there’s a bounty of varieties ready to be enjoyed. But with so...
These pretty squash ribbons are easy to make and simply flavored with aromatic herbs and zesty lemon. Summer squash are low in calories and rich in cancer-protective fiber and nutrients including lutein and zeaxanthin. These carotenoids are especially beneficial...
Looking to jazz up your favorite recipe or a create a new classic? Liven up meals by adding grapes from California. They’re an easy and convenient add-in that offers juicy crunch, vibrant colour and delicious flavour to any ingredient...
This versatile one-pot packs plenty of vegetables, plant protein, whole grains and flavorful herbs. Pad Thai may look daunting, but you can use any vegetables you have on hand and it takes just 15 minutes to cook. Try this...
When it comes to summer picnics and backyard entertaining, make it easy on yourself and be sure to include grapes. This fresh and juicy burst of flavour makes a shareable appetizer, or a perfect side dish for grilled meats,...