This recipe adds a zingy sweetness to any dinner party. It’s traditionally served with diced red onions and fresh pineapple, but you can add all your favourite taco toppings. Recipe courtesy of Serves six (about 15 small tacos)
A tasty, and speedier, version of traditional chili.
A high butter and flour ratio gives these brownies their deliciously dense consistency.
Serve this Vietnamese-style broth over rare beef and rice noodles. Top with a squeeze of lime, Thai basil, and bean sprouts for a comforting meal.
A hint of lime zest gives this cheesecake a fresh flavour.
It is a wonderful citrus cake that is perfect for Christmas! It has coffee in it so you can get that extra caffeine bump if you have it for breakfast on Christmas Day! I make it eggless as my son has allergies to eggs.
Hear me out, I know most people see fruit cake as a holiday tradition to be endured rather than enjoyed, but these bars are different. With less sugar than a traditional cake and a dose of rum, the fruit comes out pleasantly chewy. After one, no one will turn down a second.
A holiday classic that’s as easy to make as it is to snack on.
Bossé’s mother would make this chowder on Thursdays in the weekly soup rotation, as they would often have run out of meat by then in the week. This version features canned corn to make it both economical and handy.
This French-inspired dish is loaded with lobster, crab, scallops, and clams in a thick, creamy broth elegantly flavoured with summer savory. Serves 8