In a departure from publishing a cookbook by one or two authors, a Canadian publisher has delved into its archives to present a collection of recipes to suit all tastes.
“250 Best Beans, Lentils and Tofu Recipes: Healthy, Wholesome Foods” (Robert Rose, $24.95, paperback) features recipes created by its stable of authors in Canada and the U.S.
Pack some goodness into your kids’ school lunches with these delicious lentil cookies. The children won’t be aware they contain a secret yet healthy ingredient: lentil puree.
To make lentil puree, puree 4 parts cooked lentils with 1 part water. You can stir the puree into any soup or stew.
125 ml (1/2 cup) butter, softened
500 ml (2 cups) brown sugar, packed
Pita bread with mushrooms make these individual grilled pizzas a delightful lunch or snack.
Grilled Mushroom Pizzas
45 ml (3 tbsp) olive oil
2 cloves garlic, crushed into olive oil
4 large fresh portobello mushroom caps
4 whole-wheat pita breads (15 to 18 cm/6 to 7 inches)
75 ml (1/3 cup) sun-dried tomato pesto
1 l (4 cups) baby spinach or arugula leaves (60 g/2 oz)
While many district artists focus on painting, drawing, or photography, Sarah Mueller of Fort Frances opted to take a different route and chose to make greeting cards and other mixed media artwork.
Layering paper, as well as using stamps, buttons, ribbons, and, of course, Mod Podge, her hobby takes up multiple desks and shelves in her basement crafting area.
Blueberries oozing with flavour and goodness can star in many dishes, and not just desserts. They are delightful in soups and as the main ingredient in a barbecue sauce.
Here are some recipes featuring the indigo-coloured berries.
Warm Blueberry Bisque
While many fruit soups are served chilled, this warm tangy soup is perfect for brunch or to start an elegant meal.
10 ml (2 tsp) oil
The official release party for the newest “American Girl” movie, “McKenna Shoots for the Stars,” will be hosted by Ranier, Mn. author Mary Casanova this Thursday (July 19).
Doors will open at 6 p.m. at the Backus Community Center auditorium in International Falls.
“American Girl” is a brand of dolls, books, and related items that are extremely popular with girls.
The first-ever “Boundary Waters Dragon Boat Festival” is still looking for paddlers in the community to come out and race with a team on Canada Day.
“We have seven teams, and we are looking for more,” said organizer Jenny Greenhalgh on Monday.
“We are planning to have registration during ‘Mall Days’ [in front of NCDS] on Scott Street, and on the day of the race,” she added.
Lemonade and iced tea are two of the most refreshing summer beverages. Mixed together they offer the best of both beverages. This punch uses a base of black and mint teas combined with freshly squeezed citrus juices and a touch of sugar to create the perfect barbecue accompaniment.
Start to finish: 20 minutes
8 bags black tea
4 bags mint tea
Blowing bubbles, making clay dinosaurs, playing road hockey, finger painting, and pouring shaving cream everywhere was all in a day’s play here last Thursday.
Hundreds of youngsters and their parents attended the first-ever “Block Party” at Fort Frances High School—an event for kids up to Grade 3 which ran from 4:30-7:30 p.m.
LONDON, Ont. — “It’s hard to imagine civilization without onions,” renowned chef Julia Child once said.
This versatile vegetable is a staple in almost every kitchen and, except maybe for desserts, its uses know few bounds.