Intro: Here, we vamp up the often under appreciated parfait by marrying it with classic sweet potato pie ingredients, then top it all off with creamy coconut yogurt and sinfully delicious pumpkin seed granola. Not only is this is an easy make ahead breakfast or dessert that everyone will request again and again, but it is also very high in fibre, iron and vitamin A and a good source of potassium...
Belgian Beef Carbonnade
The sauce for this Belgian version of a beef stew uses dark beer to add depth of flavour and prunes to add a subtle sweetness, but that’s not to say that a rich red wine wouldn’t pair perfectly. Serve this with a winter salad with roasted pears and a hazelnut dressing and a loaf of crusty bread and you are ready for any cozy, winter’s night.
Serves 6 Prep...
MAPLE BRINED VENISON WITH WILD GINGER-BLACKBERRY PRESERVES
Maple brined venison
4 each venison steaks1 litre water3/4 cup kosher salt*1 cup dark maple syrup2 tablespoons juniper berries, crushed6 each wild ramp leaves
1/2 cup venison broth2 tablespoons dark maple syrup
Mix together the water, kosher salt, maple syrup, juniper berries, wild ramp...
I know BBQ season is technically coming to an end, but true Canadians don't stop lighting up the grill until the snow is knee high! Let's extend this BBQ season with this delicious vegetarian appetizer. It includes easy marinade for the mushrooms and how to make a quick lemon garlic aioli to take these sliders to another level. If you have the time and the patience, caramelized onions are the...
MATE CREME BRULEÉ
*Required* - A blow torch, 5 3/4 cup ramekins
Cream - 530g
Sugar - 120g (plus more for the bruleé)
Egg yolks - 5
Mate powder - 12g
1. Preheat the oven to 170°F.
2. Put the cream in a pot with half the sugar and the mate, bring to a boil while stirring occasionally.
3. Take the cream off the heat once it...
SPRING PEA SOUP with MINT
The key to the vibrant green colour and fresh flavor of this pea soup is to only cook the peas for a few minutes, and to not cover the pot as you do. The accents of the mild leeks and the spring herbs of thyme, mint and tarragon that are first to peek out of our gardens, make for an updated version of this classic.
Serves 10 to 12
Prep Time: Under 15...