Also known as ketchup aux fruit or fruit chutney, the best of late summer fruits and garden tomatoes are preserved in this homestyle favourite.
Fresh cod filets are baked until flaky and tender in a delicious creamy sauce. Serve in individual dishes topped with melted cheese.
Amp up your homemade pancakes with a superfood. The wild blueberry is packed with a lot more nutrition and health benefits than its cultivated cousin.
Fresh peaches baked with a splash of rum topped with a buttery oatmeal crumble gives this seasonal dessert its intense flavour. If you are lucky enough to be in the Niagara region in mid-summer, make sure to take the scenic drive along the Niagara Parkway between the falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake. You’ll pass a number of…
This iconic Canadian pastry is filled with butter, sugar, syrup, egg and raisins, then baked until the filling has gelled.
Growing up, Thanksgiving or Christmas always included the traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings. But there was a down side; turkey gravy gave me indigestion. So to make that dry turkey white meat easier pallet, I became a fan of cranberry sauce. Sometimes we’d have the canned stuff, but when we’d go to granny’s…
The perfect starter to an autumn meal is this delicious puréed soup made from seasonal ingredients.
Wild fiddleheads and wild garlic are available briefly in spring and are best eaten fresh. Combined in this simple recipe they are both a rustic treat and an urban delicacy.
Pouding Chomeur is a traditional French Canadian dessert consisting of a simple cake baked in a hot caramel sauce made of maple syrup or brown sugar.
Salmon fillet baked with a maple butter glaze that’s ready in about 20 minutes. Living in the largest maple syrup producing region in the world, I am always in search of recipes that incorporate the natural goodness produced in our local sugar shacks. Any visitor to Quebec or Ontario in spring should make sure to…