2839 recipes for "cheese"
Beef and Mushroom Pie

Beef and Mushroom Pie

Oct 1, 2013

Although this meat lover's pie filling would make an endlessly satisfying meal on its own, mounding it between two flaky pie crusts brings it to a new level of deliciousness. Serve with a lemony salad.

Grilled Pork Caesar Salad

Grilled Pork Caesar Salad

Apr 3, 2017 Dinner

Grilling lettuce might seem unusual, but tossing hardy radicchio and romaine wedges on the barbecue imparts a rich, smoky flavour and mellows bitterness. Swapping in pork chops for the typical bacon bits transforms this classic salad into a robust main course.

Stuffed Chicken with Roasted Potatoes and Lemon Broccoli

Stuffed Chicken with Roasted Potatoes and Lemon Broccoli

Mar 1, 2015

A hearty mushroom filling adds elegance to boneless skinless chicken breasts, giving you more bang for your grocery buck. To avoid overcooking broccoli, drain while it's still a touch underdone—it'll keep cooking as it sits. Cost: $5.85/serving

Huevos Rancheros Casserole

Huevos Rancheros Casserole

May 1, 2016

We've simplified traditional huevos rancheros by layering the ingredients in a zesty brunch casserole. Assemble the dish the night before so that, in the morning, all you need to do is crack the eggs, garnish and pop the casserole into the oven. Serve with a dollop of sour cream and some sliced avocado or a side salad.

Phyllo Halibut Bundles and Warm Wild Rice Salad

Phyllo Halibut Bundles and Warm Wild Rice Salad

May 12, 2009

For the past 25 years I have been receiving Canadian Living magazine, have purchased the cookbooks and special publications. I have several file folders that are stuffed to overflowing with years' worth of my favorite recipes. A few years ago I finally gave away most of my mother's cookbook collection because I never used them. Those well used folders of CL recipes are the foundation of my cooking. I often think of CL magazine as a proud parent - one of my proud parents. Canadian Living has been with me from my infancy as a cook and has stood by me as my kitchen skills were honed and my cooking instincts matured. I would not be the cook I am today without CL. So, thank you, thank you, thank you for the years of wonderful meals and lessons. My guests think I am a cooking genius but it is the support system behind the cook that is the real genius.

I created this recipe because I love Greek inspired flavours and I love make-ahead meals when entertaining. You can enjoy a day out with family and friends and still have dinner ready for your guests half an hour after you get home. This meal can be made early in the day of the dinner or the day before guests arrive. The recipe looks daunting but it is not difficult to put together. The key is to chop and prep all of the vegetables and fresh herbs needed for all components prior to cooking. Use ready to go pre-washed, packaged spinach. If made ahead the flavours have a chance to meld together. This recipe features BC halibut, prairie grown wild rice and walnuts that grow in many regions of Canada. Also, Canadian orchard fresh nectarines when in season. During spring and summer use locally grown farm fresh herbs and vegetables (or from your garden) as well as locally produced free range or organic eggs.

Approx. cost: $90.00

White Pearl Seafood Gratin

White Pearl Seafood Gratin

May 13, 2009

I was inspired to do this dish because it uses several Canadian ingredients as well as different ones. I love to combine unusual tastes and combinations in my food. I saw a recipe for a Black Pearl Cake and thought that combining chocolate and Wasabi was a very interesting idea. I added sesame seeds for an interesting texture. I use complimentary seafood: halibut, crab and shrimp. They go together very well, especially the halibut and the crab. The addition of apple is because it goes very well with the crab.

This dish is rich and filling. I would suggest that it be served with a leaf salad as a main course. I have included an optional recipe for a White Pearl Trout Gratin, which has a few modifications. It is exceptional as well, as the trout is a mild slightly sweet fish. I have put in tall the ingredients as well with the recipe as the space was not sufficient for them in the ingredient list.

Rhubarb Dream Cake

Rhubarb Dream Cake

Mar 6, 2015

With its pink rhubarb top, this light and fluffy cake is almost too pretty to eat! Tip: Eggs at room temperature whip up better than cold ones, so take them out of the fridge ahead of time.

Abitibi Game Pie

Abitibi Game Pie

May 13, 2009

Come winter or late fall, there is nothing like sharing a savoury meat pie from Abitibi with family and friends. Commonly called tourtière, cipaille or tourte, there seem to be as many recipes as there are amateur of this hearty fare. The tourte, the bird that gave it its name, is unfortunately extinct, but the tradition of this delectable, easy to prepare in advance dish, is very much alive. Deer, caribou, moose, bear, boar and especially hare make it a very special treat. The fortunate cook, who has hunters in the family or generous friends to donate a little game, is blessed. Even more, if they are willing to help deboning and dicing the meat. However, it can also be prepared with farm raised deer, caribou, boar, rabbit and adding shoulder or loin of pork, as some game is very lean. The important thing to remember is (that the recipe calls for) half part game, preferably a variety of three different kinds, to half part diced potatoes. With some home-made tomato ketchup and a nice green sassy salad, like chicory with old style mustard and cider vinegar dressing, the hostess can sit back and enjoy the hunters' long tales.

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