Getting started in the kitchen? We’ve joined forces again with dietitian Carol Harrison and home economist/chef Andrea Villneff to make learning food skills easy and fun. This new e-book has all you need to know along with 6 new recipes. Just click to download!
20 MINUTE MEAL!
We have partnered again with Hot Thai Kitchen YouTube chef Pailin Chongchitnant to put together a super simple, super speedy and authentic stir-fry recipe. Pailin makes this stir-fry in a snap by using an extra steak that she cooked for a dinner the previous day. Just click for the recipes and great video!
ThinkBeef.ca has partnered with Halli Krzyzaniak, a member of the Canadian Women’s Hockey Team. Time to show Halli all about the goodness of beef, simple cooking skills and how to ‘cook once, eat twice’. Find out all about Halli and all the upcoming events we have planned… JUST CLICK HERE!
COOK ONCE, EAT TWICE!
Pailin Chongchitnant of HotThaiKitchen.com cooked up two recipes from one beef roast. First you make a meal of delicious Roast Beef Tenderloin with Thai-Inspired Gravy, then slice off the leftovers for yummy Thai Beef Noodle Soup the next day. Just click for the recipes and two great video how-tos!
TEACH KIDS TO COOK!
Who doesn’t get bored of making (and taking) lunches day-in-day out? We’ve joined forces with dietitian Carol Harrison and home economist/chef Andrea Villneff to bring a food skills education program for kids in the classroom. Rolling out fall 2017 in select Ontario schools, the goal is to inspire and enable kids to get involved and into the kitchen to make wholesome and interesting lunches and snacks. The program includes a set of 6 recipe cards, a digital e-book that will be posted on-line and 10 in-class cooking demos for grades 5 to 12 on how-to-cook! Check out the details here!
A group of ten of Canada’s top food bloggers were hand-selected to join a Recipe Swap. Exploring cuisines from around the world, each blogger developed a recipe inspired by their family traditions, culinary travels or cultural background using one common ingredient: a pound of ground beef. Just click to see the delicious results!
CTV HALIFAX – Blogger Kelly Neils’ take on ground beef
CTV WINNIPEG – Blogger Shel Zolkewichs’ take on ground beef
GLOBAL VANCOUVER MORNING NEWS – Pai Chongchitnant with her global recipe swap
CTV REGINA – Blogger CJ Katz with her global recipe swap