Mexico loves to celebrate Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead - a multi day holiday gathering that begins on November 1. We thought this was a perfect time to share this Mexican-inspired lasagna made with simple easy ingredients that are just layered together. We used a store-bought rotisserie chicken (or see our vegetarian version suggestion) for a dish that came together in about 10 minutes. The entire family will enjoy it whether you are celebrating Mexican-style or Canadian-style Halloween.
Imagine a crepe and an omelette had a love child and covered it with a tangy salad. Intrigued? Dutch baby is like a giant puffy pancake— part popover, part soufflé and all delicious. Making it feels a bit like a magic trick since you put a pan of liquid batter into the oven and in no time it blooms up into a crispy, golden puffball (kids will happily sit in front of the oven glass and watch its progress with awe).
Dutch baby is also like a distant but beloved cousin of the cheddar soufflé in my first book. It’s easier and faster than soufflé, though, and while it’s not as luxurious, it’s still incredibly tasty and satisfying. And since it always looks like a salad bowl to me, I add greens and make it true!
This is the most amazing summer drink and you need to make it while our Ontario strawberries are still in season. In these hot summer days, everyone will love this refreshing drink loaded with fresh strawberries and zesty tart lemon. My friend Janet serve me a glass after a long 10 km walk - it was just what we needed to re-energize.
This simple soup is not only delicious it's also good for you. The lentils have lots of fibre while the lemon shot will help ward off colds and flu and add brightness and flavour to the soup. This recipe easily doubles, so make a big batch and share with family.