Multi-task­ing menu

Dairy Farm­ers of Canada recipes per­fect for today’s life­styles,

Vancouver Sun - - YOU - RDe­mon­tis@post­ twit­ter @ri­tade­mon­tis 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 Qual­i­, MilkCal­en­ and Dairy­good­

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