Grand Prize winner of the 2003 Canada Day Chicken Challenge contest.
These delicious potatoes accompany the Stuffed Beef Tenderloin recipe that garnered top spot in the 2007 Canadian Living Cook of the Year contest.
Celery root will never win a beauty contest, but as the hero of a fall harvest soup, it gets the prize every time.
Submitted by Cheryl McGinnis of Thunder Bay, Ont., this is a second-place winner of the 2005 Canada Day Chicken Challenge contest.
Submitted by Kathini Dreilich of Victoria, this is a second-place winner of the 2005 Canada Day Chicken Challenge contest.
Submitted by Tina Lissemore of Port William, N.S., this is the grand-prize winner of our 2005 Canada Day Chicken Challenge contest.
In a recent recipe contest held by the Thames Valley Children's Nutrition Network, this recipe from Payton Landsborough from Colbourne Street School in Strathroy was a winner.
This delicious grand prize winning recipe was created by grand prize winner Mary, from Ontario, in the Weight Watchers SPLENDA® Sweet Recipes Creation Contest.
On Thanksgiving weekend The Village at Blue Mountain, Ont., fills with the fragrance of freshly baked apple pies. For this Quintessential Apple Pie Contest, bakers from this apple-growing region that rings Georgian Bay carry their pies – double crust, single crust, lattice top, streusel and more – to the judging tables. Baking enthusiast Brenda Hall of Collingwood, Ont., took first prize with this pie, which she called “Grandma Thompson's,” a classic double-crust pie that's not too sweet but full and juicy with freshly harvested local McIntosh apples. For a fall pie, reroll the pastry scraps and cut out maple leaves to arrange over the top crust.
Chris Rokosh of Calgary entered our Great Canadian Cookie Contest with these energy-inducing morsels. The surprise ingredient (Cheddar) intrigued us, but it was the delicious taste and crunch that won her first prize.