It’s time to pack in the pulses this season and make chickpeas your new go-to source of protein.
This roasted cauliflower dish will be the centre of attention at your next dinner party.
Brimming with impressive fish and seafood, this seacuterie seafood platter makes an exceptional centrepiece at cocktail parties and get-togethers.
This refreshing summer-inspired salad features all of your favourite citrus fruits.
This healthy lentil tabbouleh is easy to make ahead for a grab-and-go side dish.
Just when you thought rosé couldn’t get any better.
Elevate your summer BBQ with these healthy tuscan-style kabobs.
Who needs caffeine when you have the energy-boosting power of natural sugars plus the iron in spinach and folate in citrus fruits? The almond milk is a great protein source, too.
Craving pasta but want to have something healthy too? Try this fresh and yummy green spaghetti recipe.
Treat yourself to roast lamb! A small leg serves six, plus it’s extra lean and surprisingly low in fat. Leg of lamb deserves the crowning jewel of a fresh double mint sauce that can be prepared in minutes, yet tastes as if it took a lot of effort.
This is a healthy and filling salad of lentils, peppers and broccoli mixed with a lemon and coriander dressing, topped with dried apricots, goat’s cheese and toasted sunflower seeds.
These tender, golden shrimp cakes, inspired by the flavours of Spanish tapas, are deceptively easy to pull together. Plus you can make them ahead and simply reheat.
Activated charcoal is the latest super ingredient to hit happy hour.
The secret for amazing grilled chicken? A slow, consistent heat.
Roast chicken can be a nice alternative for the holidays because it takes a lot less time than turkey to cook. This recipe serves four to six.
These shrimp skewers are the perfect grill food. If you’re using wooden skewers instead of metal, be sure to soak them for an hour before grilling so they don’t burn.
A light dressing made with tahini, lemon, and tarragon gives this chicken breast fillet salad plenty of flavor. Baby spinach and orange segments add freshness, and almonds contribute an appealing crunch.
Sweet and spicy, this exotic drink will warm your bones and keep the fire going through the winter
Butter beans are a type of lima; any bean you prefer can be swapped in.
In this delish dish, the veal is pounded out ultra-thin, making it ultra-fast to cook.