Hazelnuts, sage and cranberry make this rich pumpkin soup a perfect winter appetizer.
Boost your immune system with this vitamin C and protein-rich smoothie.
In England, mincemeat pies are synonymous with Christmas and usually accompanied by cold weather, choir concerts and mulled wine. Luckily they have finally made their way across to the pond to America!
Fall flavors like butternut squash, chard and caramelized onions make this colorful quiche taste as good as it looks.
Did you know that nearly 40% of the world’s lentils are produced in Canada? They are a staple in French, Indian, Iranian and Ethiopian cuisine and are an important part of a healthy, well-rounded diet.
This cranberry chutney goes great with turkey or chicken, can be used as a sauce, sandwich spread, or dip and is ready in about 15 minutes.
Spice up breakfast for under 400 calories! Check out this healthy version of a Mexican classic.
My mom is a chips-and-salsa lover who wants her salsa full of flavor but not hot. This mild salsa is her favorite because it uses red bell peppers instead of spicy jalapeños, however if you like yours a little spicier see the note on jalapeño use.
Red curry is a popular Thai dish that is easy to make at home in about 30 minutes.
Try this paste-free and preservative-free red curry sauce! There’s no high-calorie oils or fishy business which makes it safe for all vegetarians, even vegans.