Wild Rice, or manoomin in Anishinaabemowin, is a nutrient dense food that Indigenous People’s of this region have cared for and harvested for centuries. Check out Black Duck Wild Rice to purchase this culturally important and delicious locally grown food. imported from Recipe Import
Named after Lakefield, ON’s Waymac Farms, this dish graced the menu of our 2015 World Day Dinner.
This colourful salad adorned the menu at our 2015 World Food Day Dinner. We named it after Circle Organic, the Millbrook, ON farm that grew the vegetables for the feast.
A favourite at Nourish’s 2015 World Food Day Dinner, make sure to try this recipe at home this winter.
Looking for ways to sneak vegetables into your dessert? The addition of beets gives fibre, colour, and a moist consistency to this chocolatey treat.
Sweet and savoury at the same time. What more could you want?
This pilaf makes a great substitute for stuffing, but omits the bread for a naturally gluten-free treat.
This soup is sweet an savoury at the same time, and totally fitting for a cool fall or winter day.
Anyone who has ever baked with apples will recall the wonderful aromas that fill the kitchen. These muffins smell great and taste awesome.
This sauce is excellent for pasta, casseroles, lasagna, rice, bruschetta, chip dips, ratatouille, soups, stuffed muschrooms, baked potatoes, baked beans, paninis, quesadillas, homemade pizzas, and omelettes.