RECIPES

How we eat and what we eat is foundational to who we are, it defines us. 

Words about food, c’mon! Ancient books are so full of knowledge it would take more than a lifetime to learn about all the wonderful things that grow on this blue ball we all live on.

I hope you’ll engage and together we can explore the infinite possibilities… all written down in the form of recipes.

RECIPES

Chinese Sausage Croquetas

from Maggie’s Chopsticks In honour of Maggie’s accomplishments, we bring you Trevor Lui’s chopstick-friendly croquetas recipe. Check out our review of Trevor’s cookbook, Double Happiness

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Quinoa and Amaranth Salad

from Awesome Ancient Grains & Seeds This salad served with roasted root vegetables, green onions and blood orange come together in a winter salad. Blood

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Cheese Dots™ Tarte Tatin

from Paz Bakery Upside-down Apple Tart made with Cheese Dots crust?! Well yes!!! We were inspired by Audrey Le Goff’s Tarte Tatin recipe. She is the

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Ketchup Pizza

from The Antiracist Kitchen Contributing author: S.K. Ali, the bestselling, award-winning author of several books, is on a mission to write every kind of story

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Shawarma

from Zaatari All people forget the weather and daily life when they queue for Syria’s famous sandwich when it is made by a shawarma master. 

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Egg & Tuna Tarts

from Kings of Their Own Ocean I make variations of these tarts for the “munch table” while waiting for a big feast. They also make

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Galette des Rois

from The East Coast Celebrations Cookbook Galette des Rois is traditionally served in France on Epiphany each January 6th to mark the day the three

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Nellie’s Perogies

from What We Talk About When We Talk About Dumplings From Julie Van Rosendaal, contributor to What We Talk About provides us with a glimpse

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Turkey Pie with Biscuits

from Eaten Back to Life Community cookbooks feature numerous recipes for biscuit-topped pot pies, which were particularly popular in the 1940’s and 1950’s. Another great

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Tropical Turkey Skillet

from Best of Bridge: Done in One Tropical fruit flavours of coconut, mango and pineapple along with warm spices pair perfectly in this quick dinner

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Pandesal

from The Only Way to Make Bread A classic yeasted bread roll eaten in the Philippines, these little gems are soft, fluffy and airy and

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Christmas Plum Pudding

from Out of New Nova Scotia Kitchens I began making Christmas plum pudding – my father’s favourite dessert of the entire year – after returning

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