Food and Nutrition
Summer is the perfect season to experiment on your grill. So whether you're at home or at the cottage, Chef Michael P. Clive suggests breaking out a new routine and trying a few new creative approaches to your favourite BBQ meals. Here he presents three simple recipes to create a delicious menu of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner dishes on the grill.
BREAKFAST: BBQ'd Bellas & Eggs
By Sarah Palter, Baking Specialist
For many Canadians, Canada Day marks the official start of summer and there is no better way to usher in the care-free days of summer than throwing a fun and easy party for friends, family and neighbours.
Developed especially for Canada Day, Baking Specialist Sarah Palter serves up a festive red and white Canada Day Ice Cream Cake that’s fun for the kids to make and a delicious way to celebrate any special occasion.
Smucker's® Canada Day Ice Cream Cake
A Recipe for an Easy Easter: 20-Minute Recipes & a 20-Minute Clean-Up Solution from Sandi Richard and Whirlpool®
Between Commandeering egg hunts, chasing bunny rabbits and orchestrating visits from relatives, a lot of families struggle with the added stress or trying to prepare the perfect Easter brunch or dinner. That's why the Whirlpool Gold® Freestanding Range has teamed up with Sandi Richard, TV personality and author of the Cooking for the Rushed cookbook series, to provide these quick and easy Easter recipes and clean-up tips.
Allergic reactions to seafood occur when the body's immune system has an abnormal reaction to fish, crustaceans and/or shellfish.
What is the difference between crustaceans and shellfish?
Crustaceans are aquatic animals that have jointed legs, a hard shell and no backbone. This includes crab, crayfish, lobsters, prawns and shrimp.
Shellfish, on the other hand, include bivalve molluscs, which have a hinged two-part shell (for example, oysters, scallops, mussels and clams). Shellfish includesl other molluscs as well, such as whelk, snails, squid and octopus.
As spring break comes to an end, students will be heading back to their apartments or campuses where they live on their own and cook for themselves.
Health Canada estimates that there are almost 13 million cases of foodborne illness in Canada every year. Most cases of foodborne illness can be prevented by using safe food-handling practices. Here are some tips for food preparation, handling and storage you can use at home or away at school.
By Amy Snider, Professional Home Economist
Oops, we did it again! Filling up on holiday cheer, we stopped counting calories and dollars and abandoned ourselves to the joys of the season. No need to fret: Making up for holiday overload may be easier than you think.