This traditional Nova Scotia recipe, hodge podge, was originally from Marie Nightingale, a prominent Canadian food writer who passed away this last year. | Dorothy Long photo

This traditional Nova Scotia recipe, hodge podge, was originally from Marie Nightingale, a prominent Canadian food writer who passed away this last year.

Make the right amount of this roasted garlic and shallot potato soup with cheesy croutons because it doesn’t freeze well.  |  Sarah Galvin photo

Soup brings comforting warmth to cold, dark days of winter - The Western Producer

Grating hard butter softens it quickly.  |  Sarah Galvin photo

Simple kitchen tips can be as helpful as an extra hand - The Western Producer

More than four million Canadians get some form of food poisoning annually. | WP illustration by Michelle Houlden

The more you know about food safety, the safer you are - The Western Producer

Using chicken broth with no salt added can help keep your daily intake of sodium within a healthy range. |  |  Betty Ann Deobald photo

(Using chicken broth with no salt added can help keep your daily intake of sodium within a healthy range. "Halt the salt: labels can help lower salt intake. ~ The Western Producer

This basic stir fry recipe is Carol Sandau’s go-to recipe when she needs a quick meal. |  Betty Ann Deobald photo

Old favourites continue to stand the test of time - The Western Producer

Evelyn Keyowski of Shellbrook, Sask., was the winner of our Saved and Savoured contest for the hot broccoli dip. It was initially printed in The Western Producer Dec. 6, 2012. | Betty Ann Deobald  photo

Evelyn Keyowski of Shellbrook, Sask., was the winner of our Saved and Savoured contest for the hot broccoli dip. It was initially printed in The Western Producer Dec.

Thai snow pea salad (above), frozen divinity salad, quinoa and chickpea salad and vegetarian chili are great make-ahead dishes for holiday potlucks.  |  Betty Ann Deobald photo

Thai snow pea salad (above), frozen divinity salad, quinoa and chickpea salad and vegetarian chili are great make-ahead dishes for holiday potlucks.

Cutlery is used starting from the outside and working inward. Wait until the hostess or host begins eating or invites you to do so.  |  Sarah Galvin photo

Has table etiquette been swept under the rug? - The Western Producer

Baked French toast can also be made in a shallow dish so everyone gets some crispy topping.  |  Sarah Galvin photo

Great ways to enjoy nature’s perfect food - The Western Producer

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Every country’s cuisine uses some form of the onion. It adds flavour to many recipes and has health benefits.

Individual portions of pizza dough can be stored in the freezer. Top pizza with arugula for added flavour. | Sarah Galvin photo.

High Temperature Eye of ROUND. (Tips for young adults leaving home. "Simple recipes can help inexperienced cooks. ~ The Western Producer

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