There are so many ways to cook with beer. Here are seven great options that are easy to execute.
Savvy use of a deep freeze storage keeps a good supply of meal items on hand and helps reduce food waste.
There are a surprising number of tasty edible flowers growing in many yards and farms across Canada.
Canada IS food and the world is richer for it. Everyone can ‘Shine a Light on Canadian cuisine’ on August 1, 2020.
Foodborne illness can be prevented by handling food properly. Here is a guide to handling chicken and food safety.
When it comes to enjoying beer, there are so many ways it can satisfy, including these ideas for cooking with beer.
Tips to start planning, preparing, and planting a garden.
Tips for getting the most out of your container garden.
The virtues of encouraging kids to discover gardening includes the development of many important skills.
Barley is high in fibre and proven to lower cholesterol. Learn about the health benefits of barley and the many ways to eat barley.
Keep your kids entertained, engaged and off the walls with these fun agriculture and food educational activities for kids.
Many people enjoy growing their own tomatoes at home, here is how you do it!
Using up leftovers in a stirfry is a great way to avoid food waste. Learn the main components of a stirfry and how to make one with the ingredients in your fridge.
Learn how to make a simple vinaigrette that tastes better than anything that comes out of a bottle.
“Best-before” dates, “packed on” dates and “expiration dates,” Learn what the different labels are used for.
Here are four delicious, nutritious recipes and ideas on how to reinvent them into different meals using the cook once, eat twice strategy.
Learning how to make a stir fry is simple. What could be better than a meal in one pan that’s fresh, packed with veggies and protein.
Create your own soup with leftovers or ingredients in your pantry.
Pancakes are a Canadian classic, and showcase some of our very best ingredients. Here are some tips for perfect pancakes.
Cooking is an essential life skill and fosters healthy eating. When teens eat well, they’re fueled for study, work and play.