Posts tagged recipes
What's For Dinner: Lamb Ribs, French Food, Casseroles, and More!

This week on What’s For Dinner? we’re getting stuck into lamb ribs, French food, and hearty casseroles. We’ve also covered a clever garlic-peeling trick and are highlighting a great initiative that seeks to get kids cooking in the kitchen!

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Our Favourite French recipes to celebrate Bastille Day with

Add a little je ne sais quoi to the menu this Bastille Day with these recipes that all have French flair..

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What's For Dinner: Pies, American BBQ, Beef Sirloin Burgers, and more!

This week on What’s For Dinner? we highlighted the not-so-humble Ultimate Kiwi Pie, voted on our favourite Fourth of July BBQ classics, served up the Almost All-Canadian Beef Sirloin Burger, and looked at shortages in iron supplements.

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What's For Dinner: Winter Steak, Soul Food, and Casserole

This week on What’s For Dinner? we’ve put a winter twist on a Tuscan classic, served up some soul food, and looked at the immunity boosting value of beef and lamb.

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What's For Dinner: Slow Roasts, Stir-Fries, and Carved Lamb

This week on What’s For Dinner? we’re putting the spotlight on slow cooking, stir-fries, and carving legs of lamb.

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The best one-pot recipes for winter

Winter is on the way and we know that the last thing you want to do after cooking is dishes. These incredible one-pot (or one-pan) recipes will satisfy your comfort food cravings while cutting down on the cleaning up.

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Cooking on a budget: Simple tips to make your meat go further

It can be a challenge for the household grocery shopper to find a range of ingredients to feed a hungry family week after week under budget constraints, but it can be done. Here’s a look at how.

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How to cook the best lamb

Kiwis love eating lamb but when it comes to cooking it a lot of us are a bit more apprehensive. We've got all the tips, timings and recipes you need to learn to cook New Zealand lamb to perfection, whether it's a Sunday roast, barbecue, or slow-cooked tagine.

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