Aromatic fennel, bacon, and spicy sausage create a whole new world of clam chowder that goes great with grilled bread and a glass of white wine.
The tartness of the cranberries is perfect to cut the sugar and rich chocolate that makes for a killer sandwich cookie.
Lean meat partridge basted with a sweet glaze and served with red lentils and greens.
Crispy fried artichokes with creamy smoked sausage mayo dip.
Crispy watercress and blueberries with goat cheese dip is truly bittersweet.
This plate combines smoky flavors in the cured salmon with creamy potatoes and shallots for a flavorful winter meal.
This flavorful quick bread is leavened with baking powder, has a texture similar to soda bread, and is amazing toasted or perfect with cheese and preserves.
Cajun cuisine from down South is closely related to Acadian cuisine from Acadia and uses most of the same ingredients and techniques.
This salad makes use of crunchy, nearly-raw brussels sprouts in addition to kale for a winter salad full of fresh flavors.
Serve this delicate gnocchi with a simple garlic-sage brown butter sauce for a perfectly warming dinner.
A rémoulade is a mayonnaise based sauce with endless variations that is used here to add a creamy texture to contrast the crispy shrimp cakes.
There’s not much to this tart so the flavor is contingent on tracking down quality tomatoes and roasting them at a high heat, cast iron pans are perfect for that.
Wild apples are often too tart to eat straight from the tree, but quick-pickling is one way to balance this tartness.
Brandied Peaches makes these maple and oatmeal pancakes into so much more than a basic breakfast.
This dish takes advantage of unripened tomatoes in a green salad that’s sure to be a hit at your next barbecue.
Eat it with yoghurt or ice cream, drizzle with honey or maple syrup, or just grab a handful and go – granola is the perfect versatile snack.
In this recipe, scapes are combined with a small amount of basil to make a spicy, summery pesto that’s good in pasta or on toast with tomatoes and cheese.
Ice cream is the perfect treat to cool you off in the midst of summer.
This is surely one of the best ways to enjoy asparagus – lightly cooked and served with a punchy vinaigrette.
To make this a nerve-soother, add a few ounces of your favorite alcohol. Enjoy!
Made with sharp wild cranberries and local raw honey, this moist, flavourful cake is perfect with tea/coffee or as a light dessert.
This salad is delicious on its own, but feel free to throw in a handful of bay shrimps. Enjoy!
If you don’t have the time to bake cornbread, you can top the soup with a dollop of cream or yogurt.
If you’re a fan of fish tacos, you can swap the char with white fish, follow this recipe and serve the fillets in corn tortillas.
Enjoy this scrumptious herb meatballs recipe from Bryan Pickard.
Very simple date squares on which the crust is made partially with ginger snaps cookies. It’s amazing how well it all goes together.
Hash is made from diced potatoes with leftover meats. For this recipe, use braised chicken, barbeque sauce, sweet potatoes and thyme.
Lettuce seared a few minutes in butter, drizzled with apple cider vinegar, and topped with a few almonds. Absolutely delicious.
Cold spell comfort food is mashed potatoes mixed with winter greens, garlic, roasted shallots, and sharp cheese.
Enjoy this delicious braised chicken with a glass of the same cider used to cook it.
This is a very simple recipe; apart from roasting the squash, it’ll take you only 15 minutes to prepare. Stick a serving spoon in and pass it around.
Serve this lovely feta and basil crusted halibut with garlic wilted spinach and risotto.
Bryan Picard serves up a fresh arugula salad for lunch today.
This Blackberry Oatmeal Cake is great for breakfast with coffee or as a dessert with maple syrup or a drizzle of cream.
Bryan Picard with a decadent triple cheese grilled sandwich made party with homemade goat cheese.
A deliciously beany dip using white pea beans, toasted sesame seeds and hot sauce.
These twice-baked sweet potatoes have crispy, carmelized skins and a smooth tangy filling. Add a dollop of crème fraîche and indulge.
Bryan Picard with a delicious recipe for baked oysters with chive butter and aïoli.
A great recipe for a quick bread that’s very similar to the dough used for flatbreads and pizza doughs.
Cooking mussels is quick, easy, and best done outside in the sunshine, with a cold beer.
Don’t underestimate toasts. It may sound bland, but you have to see further than peanut butter and jelly.
This is killer a killer appetizer – two ingredients, both grated, squeezed of excess water, and fried in a pan.
Bryan Picard serves a flatbread lobster roll with garlic butter and lemon. Delicious!
Crab cakes tend to be more popular in general, but these spicy haddock fish cakes, when done correctly, are just as tasty and rewarding.
Bryan Picard finally knows what his favorite dessert is.
A simple but tasty lunch salad with a lemon-soy vinaigrette from Bryan Picard.