4 cups (1 litre) fresh rhubarb 3 medium Ontario apples 1 pint (500ml) fresh Ontario strawberries 2 cups (500ml) water 1/2 to 3/4 cup (125-188ml) Ontario maple syrup 1 tsp (5ml) vanilla 1 1/2 cups (375ml) plain yogurt Rinse the fruit. Cut the tough ends off the rhubarb; peel and core the apples, hull the […]
A lightened version of a frozen mousse, this beautiful make-ahead company dessert celebrates Ontario Peaches and their happy companions, Ontario Blueberries.
Italian in origin, the frittata is similar to quiche but without the crust, which means fewer calories.
Fresh berries are one of Ontario’s sweetest pleasures. They need little embellishment (if any!). Here they’ve been gently tossed with a mint ginger syrup to enhance their flavour.
Fresh fruits at their peak need little embellishment. Our quick version of rich, slightly tangy crème fraîche is a perfect topper for the fruit. Any combo of seasonal Ontario fruit will work well.
The slight sweetness of the roasted vegetables with an aromatic pesto pairs well with a robust Ontario goat cheddar cheese for this classic Italian sandwich.
This large family style omelette is great to serve for brunch or any get together. Spice it up with a variety of fresh sausages from your local grocer.
A different way to serve up a bite size appetizer full of flavour and texture. Enjoy a rich double cream brie that matches up perfectly with the slight crispness of the baguette slices.
Enjoy this quiche-like “pie” fresh out of the oven or warmed in the microwave the next day. It’s delicious made with Ontario asparagus in the spring or mushrooms throughout the rest of the year.
Authentic Thai flavours can take a lot of time to prepare. Take a shortcut with this recipe – with little preparation, mild Ontario veal absorbs the fresh flavours of Thai basil, sweet chili and soy sauce. Combined with crisp veggies and wrapped in a lettuce-lined tortilla, they make the ultimate meal-on-the-go.