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  • Mexican Corn on the cob recipe city style and living street food

    Mexican Corn on the Cob

    The quintessential street snack of Mexico is a mix of bold flavours, great as a side to a summer barbecue!

  • Island-Crabcakes-with-Vanilla-Grapefruit-Remoulade

    Island Crabcakes with Vanilla–Grapefruit Remoulade

    These delicious crabcakes can be served for brunch, lunch or dinner.

  • Watermelon Straight Up Juice Guru

    Watermelon Straight Up

    Watermelon juice is not only refreshingly sweet and delicious but also extremely nutritious. While the juicy red flesh of watermelon is loaded with vitamin C and the carotenoid lycopene, the white part of the rind (which we typically don’t eat) contains an incredible amount of phenolic antioxidants, flavonoids and more vitamin C. Juicing both the flesh and the white rind helps us get all those nutrients we normally might toss onto the compost pile.

  • city style and livnig magazine Shrimp Quiche

    Shrimp Quiche

    Master the basic recipe for quiche and you’re all set to experiment with different fillings like ham and cheese (for the classic quiche Lorraine), leeks and bacon or roasted vegetables. If you’re hosting a party make mini-quiches, by lining muffin tins with pastry, then adding the egg mixture.

  • Scrambled Eggs Cherry Tomatoes Smoked Trout on Toast

    Scrambled Eggs Cherry Tomatoes and Smoked trout on Toast

    Easy to whip up, these eggs are a flavourful way to start the morning. Substitute smoked salmon for smoked trout and top with caviar and crème fraîche for a simple appetizer or special brunch dish.