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This weeknight comfort food has all the ingredients of chicken pot pie except for the pastry. Instead, it’s topped with some tasty, baked mashed potatoes.
You don’t have to be a gourmet chef to make this classic French beef stew with carrots, onions, mushrooms and herbs simmered in Burgundy wine and broth.
A traditional Mediterranean dish of tender, juicy chicken roasted together with potatoes, lemon, garlic and rosemary, based on the Greek kotopoulo lemonato.
Leeks and potatoes are simmered in a seasoned stock then puréed. Cream and chives are added for a smooth finish to this robust soup.
Also known as ketchup aux fruit or fruit chutney, the best of late summer fruits and garden tomatoes are preserved in this homestyle favourite.
The classic blend of tuna salad with melted sharp cheese, served open-face on crusty bread.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts are pounded thin, wrapped around a dollop of garlic butter and breaded. Pan frying and baking ensures amazing results.
Light and crispy shells are filled with a tasty fresh mix of pork, vegetables and seasonings. You may never buy frozen prepared rolls again.
Delicous bite-sized lobster served over fettucine blended with a garlic butter, cream and parmesan sauce. Lobster Alfredo works with fettuccini and similar pastas.