Unstuffed Pepper Skillet

My favourite part of eating stuffed peppers is the filling. Eating the whole cooked pepper shell, not so much. It just sits there, empty on my plate and then I feel guilty for wasting it! This easy dinner cuts the work of making stuffed peppers in half and eating small bites of the green pepper 

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Roasted Vegetable Salad

This weeks recipe was submitted by Food to Share volunteer, Misu. Thank you!   With holiday season in full swing, I’ve been thinking a lot about what to bring to various potlucks and parties. After making this recipe twice in the past few weeks, I’ve decided to just bring this salad everywhere I go! It’s 

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Avocado & White Bean Dip

The holidays are upon us (how did that happen)? and that can mean a lot of parties and entertaining, which usually involves a lot of appetizers. My recipe this week is a healthier option for a dip that is easy to make and really economical. It doesn’t include cheese like a lot of dips, which 

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Rutabaga Oven “Fries”

Rutabagas are on sale at No Frills this week, 10lbs for $5.00.  If this doesn’t excite you, I completely understand. For many years, when I thought of Rutabaga, it conjured up memories of a mushy,  bitter side dish on the holiday dinner table. With the dawning of Pinterest, I realized that there is a better 

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Brazilian Fish Stew

This week’s recipe submitted by Food to Share volunteer Misu.  Thanks!   If you usually walk past the frozen fish aisle because you aren’t sure what to do with it – stop, turn around and go back and put it in your cart this time because this recipe is fantastic! This week at No Frills 

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Farmer’s Strata

This is a dish that goes by many names; Christmas Morning Casserole, Breakfast Casserole, Overnight Strata, and can be changed up using whatever vegetables and meat you have on hand. At No Frills this week, bacon is $4.97, 18 eggs are $2.88 and the veggies will only cost about $6.00, with some to use in 

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Vij’s Family Chicken Curry

This week’s recipe has been submitted by Food to Share volunteer Misu.  Thank you!   I tore this recipe out of the Georgia Straight magazine in Vancouver in the winter of 2007 and, more than 10 years later, it remains one of my very favourite tried and true recipes (the proof is in the curry 

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Pasta with Sausage & Peppers

The Big $1 sale is on this week at No Frills and there are lots of great deals! When my kids were growing up, there was no such thing as Pinterest or Facebook, so I was constantly looking in magazines and cookbooks for quick and easy meals that I could throw together on busy weeknights. 

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Oven-baked Croissant French Toast

This weeks recipe was submitted by Food to Share volunteer Misu.  Thanks Misu!   This is perhaps not the most nutritious of our recipe blog posts, but we need affordable and delicious treats sometimes too! This recipe is inspired by the bakery croissants that are on sale at Metro for $3.99/dozen, oranges and Simply Orange 

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