Sugar sprinkles are pretty, but they generally don’t taste like much. So when we created these delicious holiday butter cookies, we decided to experiment with colorful decorations that taste as good as they look.
You are here
Like the idea of baking holiday cookies, but hate the mess and trouble of baking? These are the cookies for you.
Pumpkin bread isn’t a classic Italian dessert, but that didn’t stop us from turning it into delicious biscotti fit for dunking in your holiday lattes and cocoa.
Brigadeiros are a classic Brazilian truffle-like confection that traditionally blends the flavours of chocolate and caramel. We love these easy no-bake treats, so we decided to update them with the more traditional holiday flavours of gingerbread, mocha and molasses. These brigadeiros also make great gifts, as they are easily made ahead and refrigerated for several weeks.
TORONTO Sarah Richardson says there’s more to bringing a home to life than just beautiful decor, and enjoying a hearty, home-cooked meal with loved ones is a key part of the equation.
“Food to me is inextricably linked to how I enjoy home,” said the designer and HGTV personality.
My four daughters all inherited the love for sugary treats that my husband and I share. So to try to keep things in balance, I gravitate to treat recipes that are lower in sugar and add a bit of protein and fiber to level out all those sugar rushes.
Need to know what to do with all that leftover butternut squash from Thanksgiving? I’ve got you covered.
Coleslaw is one of those versatile recipes that you can enhance with almost any ingredients with crunch or colour.
“Poppy seeds are nice. Sesame seeds work well,” says Brian Faulkner of BCfresh and an avowed cabbage lover.
“Apple is great. You can use sesame oil or rice vinegar, any of the lighter vinegars.”
When Nigella Lawson develops recipes, she pays close attention to balance.
“That’s what cooking is, about balancing salt and sweet and fire and sourness and also textures. That is just what cooking is ‚Äî in effect, life,” says the British celebrity cook.
Just because the weather has turned crisp, doesn’t mean you have to put away your grill. Frankly, fall is my favourite time to grill. When the weather is cool, there is nothing more satisfying than grill-roasted or smoked meats and veggies.