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Casseroles for the holidays

At the centre of the table in holidays past: the turkey, the goose, the ham, roast pork, beef Wellington, the vegetarian loaf, the seafood feast. Every one of them kept you involved in the kitchen while your guests clinked glasses and nibbled on cashews. 2,372 more words


Six O'Clock Solution: Nippy Cheddar Rabbit

By Julian Armstrong

Handy to serve when holiday guests drop in, fondue makes an easy supper dish for the family. You can have all the ingredients on hand, including good-quality cheese, which makes a big difference to the flavour. 144 more words


KitchenWise: Recipe for cheddar and walnut souffles on arugula with pear dressing

By Sara Moulton

The prospect of making a souffle strikes fear into the hearts of many home cooks. There’s this misconception that a souffle is so delicate it will collapse if you so much as look at it sideways. 900 more words


What to eat: This make-ahead brunch recipe is a gift for the cook

In many homes, there’s no more magical time than Christmas morning, with everyone sitting around the tree, opening stockings. But how about that same scene, set to the promising aroma of breakfast baking, with zero effort from the cook? 849 more words


Grape school and the mid-week wine: Portugal's indigenous baga grape

Got a minute? Need an inexpensive wine to get you through to the weekend? Every week Gazette wine critic Bill Zacharkiw recommends a wine and talks a little about the grape that went into making it. 275 more words

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Dressed up, veggies can be ready to party, too

By Ellie Krieger

When asked to bring a dish to a party, I feel it’s my duty as a nutritionist to up the vegetable quotient, especially during this season of sausage, cheese and puff-pastry overload. 431 more words


A dessert's magic is in its luxury

By Lisa Yockelson

How do you funnel in taste, baking-wise?

For a cake, especially one for serving at a festive time of the year, it’s time to break out the deeply rich ingredients and develop a flavour intensity by using two or more versions of a core element. 515 more words