Peri peri is a Portuguese or African spice blend made of dried chilis, garlic and citrus peel. We like the kick it adds to our chicken pilaf.
The trick to moist, flavourful baked salmon is to keep the skin on! Serve it with roasted acorn squash and brussels sprouts for an easy weeknight meal.
On cold winter nights, a hearty bowl of red lentil coconut-miso soup will warm you right up.
Loaded with broccoli, oranges slices and cashews, this hoisin chicken rice bowl recipe is a hearty way to start your week off on a healthy note.
On chilly, dark evenings, nothing warms your soul up quite like a batch of classic spaghetti and meatballs
Quinoa bowls are an easy way to load up on both veggies and grains. Try it tonight!
Craving restaurant apps, but don't want to face the cold? Stay in tonight and bake up a batch of crispy oven-fried calamari instead. You won't regret it.
Cooked in an orange-soy mix, sweet-salty braised chicken thighs are best served over rice.
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this white bean and tomato pasta is topped with toasted bread crumbs for a bit of a crunch.
Looking for some weeknight dinner inspiration? Red snapper is a versatile fish: serve it blackened with Cajun rice for an easy meal.
Stir-fried dishes like chicken chow mein cook very quickly over high heat. The key is to have all your ingredients ready before you begin cooking.
This Hawaiian dish is sweeping the nation. But don't let raw fish prevent you from trying to tasty meal at home. Get the recipe at Chatelaine.com.
There's nothing better at warming you up than a bowl of homemade turkey soup.
Put that turkey carcass a second life! Homemade turkey broth is handy to have when you're looking for a healthy alternative to store-bought broth.
Loaded with lentils, mint, apricots and tahini, this cauliflower farro bowl will disappear faster than it took to make.
Feeling adventurous? Head to your local butcher and pick up some pork belly for the weekend, and roast it with clementines and star anise! You won't be disappointed.