Whether you’re arriving home from a long healthy walk or a long day at the office, everyone loves a house that smells, well, comforting. Here are five tips from the experts, along with five delectable recipes guaranteed to get your family rushing to the dinner table.
Five tips for weekday cooking
When you have a family to feed, few questions cause more stress at the end of your workday than “what are we eating tonight?” Inevitably, instead of a wholesome homemade meal, we turn to ready-made foods, an expensive and often unhealthy choice. Avoid the last-minute meal dilemma by adopting these five clever habits:
Five recipes for inspiration
After a day playing outside, what could be more appealing than a delicious stew served piping hot? This Ham stew with cranberries and maple syrup is bound to become a classic at your supper table.
Melted cheese is a proven way to get kids to eat their veggies. Try these delightful Sausages au gratin with zucchini and peppers, a sure bet to please palates of all ages.
Bake it on the weekend, and this mouth-watering Country-style picnic smoked pork shoulder pie will taste even better when reheated. Try it the next time you need a last-minute meal solution.
Ready in just 30 minutes, this Ham with maple syrup and rosemary passes easily from the supper table to the lunch box. Your sandwiches will have never tasted so good!
Soup’s up! Add warmth to your household with this nutritious Creamy carrot soup with bacon and cheddar, a classic of French country cooking with a local touch.