In the Kitchen with Ontario Peaches
Have you seen our newest ‘In the Kitchen’ video we uploaded onto our YouTube channel this week? It features a delicious Ontario Peach recipe, plus tips to help you select the the sweetest peaches.
NEW THIS WEEK
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RECIPES YOU’LL LOVE
This Layered Angel Food Cake with Fresh Berries and Whipped Cream tastes just as good as it looks and it’s SUPER easy to make.read more
Make this Pork Tenderloin with Apple Parsnip Purée and Blackberry Wine Sauce to elevate your dinner to a new level of elegance to wow your guests.read more
VIDEO TO INSPIRE
These Tuscan Stuffed Ontario Mushrooms can be prepped ahead of time, but only bake them just before serving. These are great to serve as an appetizer or as even as a side dish! If you are hosting a large crowd, this recipe can easily be doubled. Watch the recipe video here.read more
Fresh mushrooms are soft, edible fungi that are earthy in flavour. While there are many kinds of mushrooms that grow in the wild, not all of them are safe to eat. Canadian mushrooms that are available in grocery stores are always safe to eat, and there are lots of options to choose from.read more
Lettuce wraps are an option to consider in place of traditional bread, wraps or taco shells. Try Boston, romaine or iceberg lettuce. Great if you are gluten-free, Paleo or trying to reduce calories. Instead of filling up on bread, you’ll be filling up with the healthy produce inside of your wrap!read more