By Angelika Hanna This recipe is inspired by TV cook Mary Berg from her CTV show ‘Mary’s Kitchen Crush‘. It is a hearty and earthy vegetarian meal. To make it vegan, leave out the feta crumble topping. Recipe: Cuisine: Canadian Author: Angelika Hanna / Zest4Food Ingredients For the Veggie Stew: 1 can (28 oz) Marzano tomatoes… Continue reading Veggie Stew & Fried Polenta Squares
By Angelika Hanna Recipe: Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 30 min (If you use canned lentils) Total Time: 40 min Yield: 4-6 servings Author: Angelika Hanna / Zest4Food Ingredients 1 sweet potato, peeled and diced 2 carrots, diced 2 medium-sized cooking onions, diced 2 stalks celery, sliced 1 red Bell pepper, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced 2… Continue reading Lentil & Sweet Potato Spice Soup
By Angelika Hanna This simple and easy-to-make chicken soup is one of my favorite soups on a cold winter day. An old saying tells that chicken soup is Penicillin. The legend says that our ancestors apparently healed their colds and flues through eating chicken soups. I believe that there is some truth in this adage.… Continue reading Hearty Chicken Soup
By Angelika Hanna It was years ago when I visited New York City that I had Ramen soup in a Japanese restaurant. Normally, I don’t cook Asian meals for various reasons. One of them is that I am not confident in cooking oriental meals. Another reason is that I have to purchase exotic ingredients which… Continue reading Chicken & Kimchi Ramen Soup
By Angelika Hanna One thing I like as much as the holiday turkey itself is the turkey soup after the feast meal. When you cook a whole turkey, not only do you get different types of meat – the white meat from the breast, and the dark meat from the legs and wings – but… Continue reading Turkey Soup
By Angelika Hanna I had this style of squash and corn soup for the first time a few years ago at an outdoor food festival in Toronto and liked it so much, that I asked the vendors for the recipe. It was an orally delivered recipe by Jamaican vendors that I memorized, and I have… Continue reading Spicy Squash & Corn Soup
By Angelika Hanna Inspired by the New York Times Cooking recipe, I describe this dish simply as a delight. It’s sweater weather in food form; a Fall dish in every sense: brown-ish/red-ish in color, earthy and herbaceous in taste, warm and cozy in temperature. It has it all what one desires on a cool Fall… Continue reading Mixed Mushroom Stew
Lentil one-pot is a classic German winter recipe.
Goulash stew is a hearty, warming meal perfect to savour on cold winter days.