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  • Fresh & Crispy Kale Salad Not rated yet
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    If you’ve never tried kale raw in a salad, try it in this fruit-and-nut salad. Balsamic condiment, pine nuts and pecorino give it an Italian feel. The recipe easily doubles for a crowd, perfect for a holiday meal.

    Fresh & Crispy Kale Salad
  • Chorizo Corn Bread Stuffing Not rated yet
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    Do not crumble corn bread too finely for this stuffing; 1-inch (2.5 cm) chunks work best. If using to stuff a turkey, stuff loosely and roast until a thermometer inserted in centre of stuffing reads 165°F (74°C). You can bake any remaining stuffing in a separate dish.

    Chorizo Corn Bread Stuffing
  • Mediterranean Green Bean Toss Not rated yet
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    Tender-crisp green beans spiked with capers and olives make a quick and tasty side dish to turkey or whatever else may be roasting in the oven.

    Mediterranean Green Bean Toss
  • Silky Smooth Pumpkin Pie Not rated yet
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    Whether you love it or hate it, at least a handful of dinner guests at Thanksgiving will expect pumpkin pie for dessert. Give the people what they want with this perfectly-spiced, creamy version. Serve with a dollop of whipped cream, if desired.

    Silky Smooth Pumpkin Pie
  • Maple Buttertarts Not rated yet
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    Butter tarts are a Canadian classic. How to make them more Canadian? Why, add a little maple syrup! If your family does not like raisins, leave them out- buttertarts are equally delicious without them.

    Maple Buttertarts
  • Apple Cranberry Crisp Not rated yet
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    We added cranberries for a tart twist to a cool-weather classic. No need to thaw the cranberries first- they easily cut in half. You can serve crisp warm or at room temperature, making it a good make-ahead dessert for the holiday meal. Serve with vanilla ice cream for an extra-special treat.

    Apple Cranberry Crisp
  • Pie Crust Not rated yet
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    Don’t be intimidated by making your own pie crusts- keep this basic recipe in your recipe files. It perfectly fits a 9-inch (23 cm) pie plate, without trimming away extra dough- simply tuck the extra underneath for double thickness at the edge. If your circle is less than perfectly round, you can trim one side after fitting it into pie plate and add to opposite side. If using for a savoury pie, such as tourtiere, omit the sugar.

    Pie Crust
  • Bourbon Maple Pecan Pie Not rated yet
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    Canadians love pecan pie, a southern specialty. We’ve added a good amount of maple syrup for some local flavour. Heavenly, but heavy! Make when you have guests to share it with.

    Bourbon Maple Pecan Pie
  • Herbed White Bean Soup Not rated yet
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    Herb and roasted garlic flavours give a lift to this warming soup. A perfect accompaniment to roasted poultry, or add bread and salad for a simple meal.

    Herbed White Bean Soup
  • Scalloped One Potato, Two Potato Not rated yet
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    Scalloped potatoes are an all-time favourite. Sweet and white potatoes combine in this update of a dish that’s usually high in fat. We used stock instead of cream to reduce the fat.

    Scalloped One Potato, Two Potato