Dairy Farmers of Canada recipes perfect for today’s lifestyles, Rita DeMontis writes.
We are a nation of multi-taskers, where, at any given moment, there’s one thing or another being tossed and turned over our heads. School, work, sports, groceries, caring for family and friends and getting from here to there all the while jamming as many responsibilities in between.
Canadians sure have their work cut out for them.
We apply the same principles to our meal planning and recipe preparations, too — certainly our menu choices are all about keeping things sensational yet simple.
Just recently, the Dairy Farmers of Canada (a national organization representing Canadian dairy farmers that was founded in 1934) created a series of new recipes reflective of this attitude, at the same time finding inspiration in Canada’s local, sustainable, hand-crafted foods. Nature’s pantry is evident in all foods that make Canada great.
Here’s a selection, created by well-known food writer and recipe developer Heather Trim, perfect for the upcoming fall and winter season. “These recipes truly pack a one-two punch — not only do they champion some of the best foods Canada has to share, they nourish our families’ from the inside out,” says Trim.
And they’re perfect for the multiple-mayhem lifestyles we all seem to be living with.
For more details, check out Qualitymilk.ca, MilkCalendar.ca and Dairygoodness.ca. RDemontis@postmedia.com twitter @ritademontis
This mile-high chocolate pudding pie is an irresistible classic.