Organize Your Kitchen Like a Chef For Spring Cooking Success

Posted on April 10, 2015

This post originally appeared on Dine.TO Spring is on its way (I promise) and that means that we have to change our wardrobes, but while we’re thinking about our closets, we should also spare some time to think about our kitchen cupboards, pantry, and fridge. It happens to everyone- you get through the holiday season, […]

Turkey and Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie for Weight Watchers

Posted on January 8, 2015

Yield- 2 servings               8 PointsPlus ® value (per serving) Prep Time: 30                   Cook Time: 25                   Total Time: 55   1 tsp. olive oil ½ cup minced white onion ½ carrot- small dice ½ cup leeks, chopped fine 6 oz. raw ground […]

Roasted Garlic and Brie Soup

Posted on November 11, 2014

Roasted Garlic and Brie Soup 8 servings   2 heads of garlic – roasted 2 Tbsp. of butter1 onion diced small 1 leek sliced Salt and pepper to taste 1 Cup of white wine 1 LB of potatoes -peeled and diced small 6 Cups of chicken stock 1 Cup of heavy cream 1/3 cup of […]

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The Definitive Grill Guide

Posted on July 7, 2014

New to the grill, a little rusty, or just looking for a better way to handle meats and vegetables on the grill? This guide can help you:

Spice Cheat Sheet

Posted on June 30, 2014

This handy chart demystifies the dominant spices in most types of cuisines.  

 A healthy twist on the Classic Burger with Weight Watchers

Posted on May 2, 2014

Total Points: 8 Weight Watchers points per serving   While the origin of the hamburger is attributed to Hamburg Germany, Canadians have adopted it as their own and Toronto is in the middle of a burger war. Whether it’s an opulent $100 Kobe creation or a cost-effective cut of street meat, locals are devouring beef […]

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