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10 things to cook in May

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10 things to cook in May

1. Asparagus Salad With Canadian Ricotta Fritters
Tossing fresh raw asparagus (which tastes nothing like the cooked version) in a tangy vinaigrette makes for a deliciously light salad. Use a vegetable peeler for the thinnest ribbons.

asparagus salad


Photography by Jim Norton

2.
Pork Tenderloin With Roasted Asparagus and Warm Citrus Sauce
This quick roast pork tenderloin with a flavourful orange sauce is delicious on a warm spring weeknight and special enough to serve to guests on the weekend. Roasting the asparagus brings out its earthy flavour.

pork tenderloin

Photography by Jeff Coulson

3.
Creamy Leek and Corn Baked Eggs
Mom will certainly enjoy breakfast in bed with these simple baked eggs with a side of toast and crispy bacon. Try cooking bacon in the oven—it's mess and splatter free!

corn baked eggs
Photography by Jeff Coulson

4. Rhubarb Mint Fizz
Every season needs a cocktail—and this one is perfect for spring! The rhubarb syrup lasts for days in the fridge, and it's excellent drizzled over ice cream. Freeze some of the season's rhubarb ( learn how to here) to celebrate spring any time of year!

rhubarb mint fizz
Photography by Jeff Coulson

5.
Gruyère and Bacon Quiche
Quiche can have many different fillings, but Gruyère and bacon are a classic combination (a.k.a. quiche Lorraine). Serve hot or cold, at brunch, for lunch or as a light dinner. Quiche is a versatile springtime meal.

gruyere bacon quiche


Photography by Jodi Pudge

6.
Milk Chocolate Scones
These cream scones are tender, flaky and studded with milk chocolate, and they're a treat for brunch or after dinner. The key to perfect scones is not overworking the dough. It's OK if the dough looks a little ragged, so resist the urge to knead more than a few times.

milk chocolayte scones



Photography by Joe Kim

7.
Honey Rhubarb Cobbler
Rhubarb season is short, so take advantage while you can and make this honey-scented cobbler. The buttermilk biscuits topping this cobbler are perfect for soaking up those sweet-tart rhubarb juices.

rhubarb cobbler


Photography by Joe Kim

8.
Weeknight Chili Chicken Tacos
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo (May 5) with these quick and-easy Mexican-inspired tacos! Kids will love building their own, so lay out the toppings and let them pick and choose.

chicken tacos


Photography by Jeff Coulson

9.
Waughburgers
Start off grilling season this May long weekend with these flavourful and juicy burgers. Make a double batch and freeze each burger between squares of parchment paper for burgers any time!

burgers


Photography by Ryan Brook

10.
Maple Buttermilk Grilled Chicken
Make this succulent chicken for the long weekend and it will become your go-to grilled-chicken recipe all summer long.

buttermilk grilled chicken


Photography by Joe Kim

For more delicious recipe ideas, see our spring-inspired meals.
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