Instead of reaching for the phone, try these takeout recipes you can make at home.
Always check packaged food labels for gluten, including ketchup (Heinz is gluten-free), sriracha, fish sauce and broth (homemade stock is best – and safest).
Everyone needs a fried rice recipe in his or her repertoire, because it's great for using up leftovers.
Serve these burgers to people who don't like lentils and they'll soon be converted!
Sub in different vegetables depending on what you have in your crisper to make unique brown rice sushi.
East meets West in these tasty little bites. We've doubled up on the spring roll wrappers, which provides extra crunch and prevents the filling from bursting out.
This recipe can easily be left to simmer away in a slow cooker for eight hours before adding the chicken.
Roasting all but one of the garlic cloves pumps up flavour to the max without having the overpowering taste of raw cloves.
No need for messy, greasy deep-frying with these crunchy baked wings. They make a fun meal for two – just add some sliced baby cukes, carrots and cherry tomatoes for a crunchy, fresh side.
Put down that takeout menu! This healthy spin on beef and broccoli will leave you feeling full and guilt-free.
This Vietnamese favourite is easy to make and is just as suitable for a main course as it is for an appetizer.
The essence of this Vietnamese pho lies in the long-cooking, rich beef broth which forms the base of the soup - the slow cooker is the ultimate tool for the task.
Our foolproof dough delivers the most amazing pizza crust you'll ever taste. The long rising time results in a lovely texture and extra-rich flavour.
This twist on a takeout favourite is made with sautéed chicken instead of greasy fried beef.
There's no need to dial up dinner when you can make this takeout classic – better, cheaper and faster – at home.
Even kids who hate fish with devour these fish fingers, and our Sweet Potato Oven Fries provide enormous amounts of vitamins A and C.
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Crunchy-Top Blueberry Muffins <br /> Photography by Mark Burstyn Credits: Crunchy-Top Blueberry Muffins <br /> Photography by Mark Burstyn
Animal motifs are big this season. We show you how to wear this trend, whether you opt for a small poodle pin, or a satin tiger satin dress.
Animal print is a tried and true fall trend. We're used to seeing leopard print booties and python print purses. But this season, designers decided to include the whole animal in their fall and winter styles.
Predictably, Gucci went all out with panthers on sweaters and flies on purses. Stella McCartney introduced a swan print to her collection and Dolce & Gabbana satisfied the internet with its kitty-cat haute couture.
But, you need not turn to the (pricier) designers for your feline fix. Instead, shop our picks of animal motif fashion items below. Whether you're interested in a touch of whimsy in the form of a pin—or would prefer to make a statement—we've got something that will bring out your inner wild child.
Sheer bug ankle socks, $8, asos.com.
Akemi + Kin Tigre pullover, $88, anthropologie.com.
Horse stud earrings, $35, bananarepublic.ca.
Vintage bee collar shirt, $84, asos.com.
Satin front embroidery dress with tiger, $130, asos.com.
Equipment zebra silk blouse, $133, theoutnet.com.
Lion brooch, $38, etsy.com.
Swallow print blouse, $110, bananarepublic.ca.
Field Flower by Wendi Reed horse coat, $188, anthropologie.com.
Red crossbosy bag, $46, zara.com.
Meow hat, $13, hm.com/ca.
Eva Franco hooded lamb cape, $198, anthropologie.com.
Poodle pin, $15, hayleyelsaesser.com.
Butterfly Collective T-shirt, $75, tedbaker.com.
Drake’s Pajama top in Bengal tiger, $259, jcrew.com.