french style baguette
Baking

Garlic and Rosemary Baguette

The addition of garlic and rosemary makes this bread extra delicious! Serve with charcuterie, as a sandwich, or on its own slathered with some good quality butter.

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mashed potatoes mixed with green kale, with braised red cabbage and a smoked sausage on top
Pork

Dutch-Style Stamppot

Stamppot is the blanket term for mashed vegetables in the Netherlands. It is also their national dish! This stamppot is made with green curly kale, or boerenkool, and is served with a Dutch smoked sausage (rookworst or metworst).

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grilled slices of puffball mushroom coated in za'atar spice on a blue plate
Foraged Foods

Smoked Za’atar Puffball Mushroom

Manakish is a Levantine dish consisting of pita bread, slathered in za’atar, cheese, or minced meat and baked, almost like an Arabic pizza. Giving puffball mushrooms a similar treatment makes for seasoned crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside deliciousness!

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bowl of oatmeal with pink stewed plums topped with granola
Breakfast

Quinoa and Oat Porridge with Stewed Plums

This healthy, fibre-packed breakfast is exactly what you need in the morning! The addition of stewed plums makes for a delightful sweet and sour experience and adding granola, nuts, or seeds on top gives it the perfect textural contrast!

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shrimp, green beans, and peppers on noodles
Fish

Jerk Shrimp Stir Fry

This stir fry is fast, easy, and super flavourful! Use your favourite Jamaican jerk sauce for this recipe, but remember, some can be very spicy!

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plate piled with fried panfish
Fish

Crispy Fried Whole Panfish

This dish is all about getting messy and gluttonously eating with your hands. Limits on panfish are usually quite high, so if you can catch yourself a pile of them, and don’t mind some prep work, you can have your own little fish fry!

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fattet hummus on an ornate metal serving platter
Recipes

Fattet Hummus

Fattet hummus is a dish with many regional variations from Lebanon to Jordan to Egypt to Eritrea, but at its heart is always broken stale pita bread (Fatteh) and chickpeas (hummus).

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