Recipes: The Test Kitchen | Food Photography: Maya Visnyei | Party Photography: Stacey Brandford | Food Styling: Claire Stubbs | Food Prop Styling: Renée Drexler/The Props | Party Styling: Stacy Begg
This long weekend, we're showing our national pride with a menu of summer-fresh salads and easy skewers that allow you to grill and chill with family and friends for a relaxed cottage-style celebration.
From family-friendly activities to kid-favourite foods, here's everything that'll make this July 1 one for the books.
With farmers’ markets in full swing, now’s the time to take advantage of locally grown produce, like cobs of fresh corn. Husking can be made a family affair that’s fun for all ages.
Cottage life calls for swimming, dock diving and lakeside views; crisp white linens, simple hydrangeas and bold red accents create a casual yet refined Canada Day tablescape.
Maple leaf confetti and red and white hanging medallions offer a table setting a casual festive feel.
Raspberries give our Canada Collins cocktails, a patriotic twist on the classic Tom Collins, their brilliant ruby hue. While adults enjoy these gin cocktails, pint-size guests can relax or play games.