Cookbooks We Love
3 Best Dishes From The Asian Vegetables Cookbook — From Choy Sum To Miso Eggplant
Add these Asian vegetable dishes to your menu rotation.
Leek, Onion & Egg Tart
An elegant leek, onion and egg tart offers a lighter take on quiche and can be doubled easily for a larger crowd.
Cinnamon French Toast “Soufflé”
Serve this fragrant treat straight from the oven, where it puffs up beautifully.
Rustic Breakfast Sandwiches
Assemble these easy breakfast sandwiches right at the table: Top freshly baked biscuits with artisanal mustard, shaved ham and a sunny-side-up egg.
Grilled Summer Squash, Za’atar & Cherry Tomato Confit
Drenching grilled squash in oily California za’atar and tomato confit makes plenty of delicious dipping sauce for bread. There are many varieties of summer squash, all of them tasty and suitable for this dish. They are among the most plentiful vegetables when the growing season peaks, and with the exception…
Pan-Roasted Romanesco with Golden Raisins, Tahini & Sumac
There is something so mesmerizing about the spiraling sacred geometry found in the florets of romanesco. A cousin to cauliflower, romanesco’s sweet nuttiness is also brought out by charring over high heat. Be sure to break the heads into same-size florets so that they can stand up to the high…
Cherry Tomato Confit
This confit is somewhat luxurious and takes a bit of extra effort to produce, but the little pearls of tomato flesh are sweeter and more delicate than our regular Tomato Confit. We spoon these over grilled vegetables or fish.
Your Weekly Meal Plan: Recipes For Every Day
These tasty ideas will make dinner at home all the more extraordinary.
3 Delicious Ways To Use Blood Oranges
Food editor Kristen Eppich shares tips on cooking with winter’s juiciest citrus fruit. Blood oranges are the jewel of the citrus family with their crimson interior and sweet hints of floral. They’re available from December to March each year, and there are so many ways to enjoy them during their short…
Ask A Chef: Beef Brisket
Chef Sam Gelman of Momofuku shares his beef brisket recipe. Q: “I recently tasted the beef brisket at Momofuku Daishō in Toronto — it was incredible! The meat was perfectly tender, and the rub created an amazing spiced crust. I’d love to make it for a dinner party.” — A.L., Toronto A: This…
Smoky Bloody Mary
The smoky hints from the mezcal combined with the freshness of lime and cilantro and the savoriness of the tomato juice make this a smooth and satisfying cocktail.
Ask A Chef: Spiced Shakshuka
Chef Tom Wade of The Daughter shares a recipe for spiced shakshuka. Q: I recently tasted the shakshuka at The Daughter over brunch. It’s more flavourful than any other version I’ve tried, and I’d love to make it at home. — B.K., Toronto A: Shakshuka is a rich, stewed-tomato dish with poached eggs.
Easy Eats: Valentine’s Day Pink Chocolate Bark
Web editor Adena Leigh shares a simple and sweet Valentine’s Day recipe. While cinnamon hearts and red lollipops are always welcomed Valentine’s Day sweets in my books, I’m a big believer that nothing beats a homemade treat. This two-ingredient recipe yields impressive results, and luckily it couldn’t be easier to whip up.
11 Date Night Cocktails To Make This Valentine’s Day
These homemade cocktails are sure to impress.
12 Winning Game Day Snacks
Elevate your game day grub!
How To Make Homemade Éclairs For Valentine’s Day
Ever since Toronto bakery Nugateau opened, artisanal éclairs are having a moment. As if fresh off the boat from France, the flavor-packed pastries are luxuriously light and creamy, and come in flavors like Lemon Meringue, Salted Caramel and Persian Pistachio. Best of all, they’re not as complicated to make as they look. We’re…