Make this pub treat at home for the whole family to enjoy. Use spicy sausage, if you prefer. If you don’t have a large pie plate, you can stack everything on a rimmed baking sheet.
Mile High Pie Dough
This easy food processor pie dough was developed for our Mile High Spinach Pie recipe, but you can use it with any savoury pie. The finished dough is very easy to work with, so perfect for pie making novices. If using for a sweet pie, add 1 tbsp (15 mL) sugar when you add the salt.
Minty Lamb-Stuffed Tomatoes
Lamb is delicious but sometime the leftovers can seem fatty or strongly-flavoured. Try this stuffed tomato to use up leftover cooked lamb-it’s full of Mediterranean flavours of feta, tomato and mint.
No-Bake Holiday Wreaths and Trees
Here’s a holiday cookie gum craft you can make with small kids. A fun family activity for a Saturday afternoon.
Moo Shu Pork Stirfry
As with all stir fries, it pays to be prepared: do all your slicing and dicing and line up your ingredients before you turn on the stove. If you like, serve in crepes instead of over rice or noodles.
Moroccan Lamb Tagine
Memories of Morocco + your slow cooker = the easiest tagine ever! Browning the lamb in a frying pan first adds extra layers of flavour that you wouldn’t get if you just put the meat raw in the slow cooker. Couscous is the traditional accompaniment.
Mile High Spinach Pie
This main course pie is a bit time-consuming but well worth the effort. The pie dough is quite easy to work with, a plus for newbie pie makers, but if you are in a hurry you can use a prepared pie crust.
Leek and Gruyere Bread and Butter Pudding
Make aheads are always welcome when you are serving a crowd. This savoury bread pudding is a wonderful side dish to serve with roast beef.
Ham and Dijon Potato Bake
The saying “eternity is a ham and two people” is not far from the truth! If you have leftover ham and are looking for a different way to serve it up, try this wonderful ham and potato bake. Be sure to use an ovenproof frying pan.
Easy Roasted Green Beans with Balsamic Vinegar and Goat Cheese
Roasting beans brings out more flavour than boiling them. Making a roast for a crowd? Throw these beans in the oven after the roast comes out and is resting before carving; the roast and the veg will be ready to eat at the same time.