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You’ll only need four ingredients to make this rich chocolatey ice cream – bananas, Nutella, cocoa and cream. So easy!
Pasta with Spicy Tomato Sauce: This is fast food, Italian style… in the time it takes to boil a pot of pasta, you can prepare a simple spicy tomato, tuna and olive sauce!
Rustic Pork Ragu: This rich, meaty, old-school pasta sauce is worth every minute of the three hours it spends in the oven.
A big mug of coffee and crisp cinnamon-scented Cappuccino Biscotti are a perfect treat to unwind after the pre-holiday madness.
Humble Snickerdoodles get a five-star makeover with fragrant saffron and vanilla bean.
Spicy Kabocha Squash Soup: It's hard to believe this creamy, rich and velvety soft is dairy-free... but it is!
Get into the holiday spirit with a stack of crisp gingerbread-scented waffles topped off with a sweet, nutty butter-pecan syrup.
This Belgian twist on Eggs Benedict replaces the traditional English muffin with a crisp lemon-thyme scented savoury waffle.
Apple, Cheddar and Beer Quickbread: This savoury loaf is so delicious, you won't mind sacrificing a bottle of beer to make it!
Pear-Cranberry Crisp: Celebrate fall's arrival with this easy pear and cranberry crisp topped with gingersnap crumble.
Roast Turkey Breasts with Apple-Chestnut Stuffing: Elegant and impressive, this boneless turkey breast filled with a sage-scented stuffing is easier than you might think.
Grilled chicken breasts top off a fall-inspired salad of baby greens, apples, goat cheese and trail mix tossed w/ maple-mustard vinaigrette
Cherry-Walnut Oatmeal Bars: These dense fruit- and nut-filled breakfast bars are full of good-for-you ingredients to keep you going until lunchtime.
Inspired by a classic Greek recipe, these golden-brown Zucchini, Pea and Mint fritters are a delicious way to deal with an overabundance of zucchini.
Honey Chipotle Barbecue Sauce: Smoky, spicy, sweet and tangy, this thick homemade BBQ sauce puts commercial bottled sauce to shame.
Braised Peas with Eggs and Chourico: A homey Portuguese-style dish of eggs braised with sweet peas and pork sausage in a spicy tomato sauce.
Spicy Pickled Dilly Beans: Salty, crunchy, vinegary and spicy, these easy pickled beans are a perfect way to preserve a bountiful bean crop.
Asparagus-Ricotta Tart: Say goodbye to asparagus season with this pretty vegetarian tart filled with lemony ricotta and fresh asparagus.
Spicy Peanut Noodles with Pork: A great alternative to takeout on those nights that you just can't be bothered to cook - spicy, tasty and substantial
A simple starter for an al fresco meal - a pile of smoky Grilled Baby Artichokes and a side of lemony aioli.
Smoked Brisket Burgers with Spicy Onion Jam: Take ordinary Brisket Burgers to a whole new level by smoking them!
Saag (or Palak) Paneer: Soft, thick and creamy spinach dotted with golden cubes of fried paneer (fresh cheese). This is Indian comfort food at its best.
Strawberry Shortcake Pancakes: Treat Mom to a stack of these fluffy yogurt pancakes studded with strawberries and topped with whipped cream.
Margarita Shrimp with Grilled Avocado Guacamole: Start off your Cinco de Mayo fiesta with this Mexican twist on the classic shrimp cocktail.
Earthy and tangy, these Braised Lentils are equally good as an easy side dish or as a vegetarian main course.
Mushroom Carbonara Pasta: This classic dish is a must-have in your repertoire - decadent enough for guests, and yet easy enough for a weeknight dinner.
Warm and soothing, this traditional French-Canadian Split Pea Soup has a deep, smoky flavour that belies its short list of ingredients.
Simple, satisfying Spaghetti with Meat Sauce... just like mom used to make it.
Braised Beef Shanks: Simple, satisfying and soul-warming.
Ooey gooey Warm Chocolate Pudding Cake is twice as nice when it's swirled with fresh raspberry.
Buffalo Chicken Pizzettes: Can't decide between pizza and wings for your Game Day menu? These mini pizzas let you have both!
Black and Blue Flank Steak Salad: A steakhouse classic gets a stylish makeover for Kitchen Play's February event.
Braising turns bitter endives into a mellow and tender side dish - a great new way to enjoy an underappreciated vegetable.
Dense and moist, these addictive biscuits combine intense sweet potato flavour with a hint of maple and cardamom.