Fettucine Tavolino

Fettucine Tavolino

Violino Ristorante in Edmonton puts a savoury spin on the classics just like this fettuccine, and in this dish we can see how excellent ingredients and a bit of technique can make a little kitchen magic happen. This recipe scales up really easily, so it can be a crowd...
Rigatoni with Genoa Salami and Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Rigatoni with Genoa Salami and Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

For this recipe, Sergio Turlione (chef and owner of Rigoletto’s Café in Edmonton) suggests using boxed pasta so you can get the noodles nicely al dente without them turning to mush. Here, simple ingredients are elevated in a dish that you will make time and time...
Lamb Meatballs

Lamb Meatballs

In this months issue, we learned all about how to make three delicious types of meatballs, but we thought that you might need one more. These terrific lamb meatballs are perfect any time of the year, and the yogurt sauce kicks them up to a whole new level! PrintLamb...
Off the Menu: Almond Shortbread

Off the Menu: Almond Shortbread

You know how chefs always tell you how easy something is to make, ”you just add this…” or “just whip us that”, which is fine if you’re a chef, and it’s second nature to you, but not so easy for us home enthusiast cooks. After running three pairing dinners in November...
Warming Whiskey Cocktails

Warming Whiskey Cocktails

By Linda GarsonPhotography by Ingrid Kuenzel It’s chilly out there and we’re entertaining, so it’s the perfect time to do things a little differently, to try something new – and impress our family and friends too. This month, we asked two Alberta restaurants...
Raspberry Financiers

Raspberry Financiers

Recipe courtesy of Jinnee Lu, Reinette Café & Patisserie  Some french desserts can feel fussy and unapproachable, but these mini raspberry almond cakes are a great place to start- light and moist with a crisp exterior, and packed with flavor. Print Raspberry...

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