Find recipes: Christmas (Season / Occasion)
Prepare this dish a day ahead and just reheat in the microwave.
Salmon hash often puts a shine on Pacific Northwest mornings. There you'll find it in fancy hotel dining rooms, cheap cafes, and, in this simple but sublime form, on many home tables. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Sweet potatoes can be prepared any number of ways. This method is easy and results in big taste.
One cookie, three ways. Package in an antique tea cup for a unique gift.
Forgo the extra steps – and calories – of making a crust, and whip up a batch of these impressive minis in minutes flat.
A deluxe version of cheese on celery. Your guests will surely be impressed! (20-Minute Supper Club)
When you can’t find pomegranates, this salad works well with orange segments or slices of pear or apple.
You truly cannot get much more chocolate into a single cookie.
Serve this refreshing, tangy cocktail in Champagne flutes for instant glam.
Salty and sweet, with a hint of heat, this starter will tempt your guests' palate.
This spread is a flavourful purée of French origin made from pounded salt cod, olive oil, garlic, milk and cream.
Cook lamb up to two days early. The flavours will only get better! Serve with store-bought couscous for an authentic Moroccan feel.
A delightful Scottish take on fudge
The flavour of this classic cookie gets revved up with espresso.
Crispy, delicious and just as addictive as potato chips. No joke!
These tender little birds can be served with ease, as no carving is needed.
Caramel is the new chocolate - indulgent, sinful and downright delicious
This decadent, easy-to-bake cheesecake is the perfect ending to your harvest dinner menu
Goose has a rich, slightly gamey taste. This unusual cooking technique helps maintain moisture while rendering the excess fat.
Take a walk on the wild side and introduce some delicious new flavours and versatile methods of preparation
You can never have too much stuffing – try one or all of our variations!
Serve a dollop of this on toast, with your favourite holiday bird or on a sandwich.
Roasting a turkey in a brown paper grocery bag creates a steamy environment that cooks the turkey quickly and produces extremely moist, flavourful meat. Bonus: No basting required
Transform your leftover turkey into this satisfying, easy-to-make comfort food (20-Minute Supper Club)
Delicious with fragrant jasmine rice and steamed bok choy (20-Minute Supper Club)
Creamy and velvety, this spinoff of the famous Italian tiramisu is less fattening, easier to make and sure to be a hit!
This healthy snack is not only good for digestion, it can also lower your cholesterol and your risk of heart disease
Weekend breakfast doesn't get much easier, or more delicious than this. (20-Minute Supper Club)