Using a basic soufflé recipe, my husband and I tweaked this one using spinach and goat cheese for the savory flavor components. It turned out great.
Certified cheese expert and Niagara local Andre Derrick discusses becoming a fromager and the Canadian cheese industry.
Cream is an important ingredient in a wide variety of dishes and recipes. There are numerous kinds of cream that come in different types, flavors, and textures.
Let's dig into the cheese fondue pot, discovering the history of this fun party dish and finding authentic and innovative recipes.
Making a frittata using ingredients on hand makes a delicious meal that is quick, easy, and delicious. Read how mine came together in just a few minutes of cooking time.
Learn how to make two different breakfast recipes: eggs in a cloud and eggs in a nest. Either one would make a perfect choice for breakfast in bed on Mother's Day!
Really good scrambled eggs are light and fluffy and taste delicious. Once you know how to make them, they are a quick and easy snack. Here are my tips for making the best eggs ever.
If you love yogurt like I do and appreciate healthy homemade treats that are easy to make and taste great, you might love this easy, convenient, and extra detailed recipe for homemade yogurt in a thermos! Created with love for those who need simple but detailed recipes, like me.
Queso blanco made with yogurt culture is particularly good for slicing for sandwiches, frying into delicious cheese snacks, or chopping into chunky omelettes, hashes, and soups. Learn how to make this semi-hard pressed cheese at home (photo guide included).
Ever wonder what mascarpone cheese is or how to use it in baking or cooking? Here is everything you need to know about this rich Italian cheese.
The real deal, called Parmigiano-Reggiano, can legitimately be made only in the region stretching west and north of Bologna, Italy; but fakes swamp the market.
Do you enjoy eating eggs as part of your breakfast meal? The most common egg preparations are fried, scrambled, and omelets. To reduce the use of cooking oil, why not try eggs Florentine? This is my recipe for eggs Florentine with longanisa and mushroom.
Do you love eating eggs for breakfast? Eggs give me the energy I need to start my day. I enjoy making omelets because they are endlessly versatile and fun to make. This is my special eggplant omelet with ground chicken.
If you're craving a soft-boiled egg that is cooked to perfection, this easy recipe is for you. The eggs are cooked so that the yolk is runny, but the egg white is still firm. They're easy to peel after sitting in an ice bath, and they make for a quick breakfast on busy mornings! Enjoy!
Do you love eating a salad before starting your meal? This quick and easy egg salad is made with a vinaigrette instead of the traditional mayonnaise.
The creaminess and saltiness of the cheese, the sweetness of the chorizo, and the pungency of the spring onions add exciting flavors to your favorite breakfast meal. Try this easy to make recipe at home.
Traditionally, real buttermilk is prepared from dahi, which is homemade yogurt. My recipe describes the traditional way of making it as substitutes abound all around.
For expats and Spain-lovers alike, this Spanish omelette recipe will not disappoint. It was created by my husband after realizing how cumbersome it is to make a tortilla de patata. This was such a success in our family that I decided to share it so you can satisfy your cravings with half the work.
If you're looking for an easy cheese souffle recipe, Tony Award winner Julie Harris had her own personal favorite. This cheese souffle for two is quick and easy to prepare. Give this a try and eat like a movie star!
Eggs are a great source of protein and make a substantial contribution to your daily vitamins and minerals. Why not learn to make the perfect sunny-side up egg?
What's the difference, and why do brown eggs cost more than white? Learn all the egg vocab you need to know to get the best eggs for yourself!
Brie—a cheese as rich in history as it is in flavor. I’ll share with you facts, folklore, and luscious recipes for the cheese that was ‘fit for a king.’
The story of blue cheese is long, spanning centuries, and slow, following the natural rhythm of the seasons. Let me share the history (and recipes) with you.