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SEASONAL RECIPES TO INSPIRE
These rustic pies are as at home on a pretty dessert tray as they are in a packed lunch. Using store-bought pastry keeps this simple and quick to prepare. Because you are cutting the peaches into a fine dice, there is no need to remove the skin.
This simple salad is perfect for those nights when it’s too hot to stand over the stove or near the grill or when you just want something delicous – fast! 5 ingredients and ready in under 30 minutes.
Looking to change up your Sunday pancake routine? This recipe has veggie goodness with the addition of grated carrots. It will remind you of your favourite carrot cake! [mpprecipe-recipe:783] Recipe Kindly Provided by Gwillimdale Farms [video width="1920"...
This creamy gratin is taken to the next level by combining both potatoes and parsnips. If you haven’t eaten many parsnips before, this is a delicious recipe to try them out and experience their subtle nutty flavour. [mpprecipe-recipe:786] Source:...
Red potatoes are a wonderful choice for potato salads because they hold their shape so well when cooked. We prefer to keep the skin on too, for added colour and interest. This recipe has a slight tang, due to the addition of mustard, and the crunch comes from fresh celery.
Everyone loves caramel apples, so why wouldn't they also love caramel dipped pears? These Ontario pears get the special treatment with this easy caramel and a generous dunk into some walnuts. Serve these Caramel dipped Ontario pears with your favourite vanilla ice...
Make these mouthwatering muffins with Ontario grown apples and carrots! Recipe Video.
No boring salads here! This Ontario Pear, Stilton and Kale Salad is full of robust yet balanced flavours. Make this for lunch to serve guests or to treat yourself to an extra delicious lunch!
These simple freezer jam featuring fresh Ontario blueberries captures all of the goodness of Summer for you to enjoy all year long!
This grilled chicken salad is brought to life with a generous dose of colour, nutrition and flavour thanks to fresh, local Ontario raspberries.
Food platters are a great way to use up what you have in the fridge, especially for family use! If you don’t have enough of something to make a full meal, add it to a grazing board.
Traditionally, tzatziki is served as either a sauce or a salad. We think it's perfect with raw and cooked veggies as well as grilled meat and fish. Try is served with chicken, beef, pork, or lamb. Use it as a spread in a pita, on a sandwich, on your burger or even...