Maddy Kelly’s Whiskey Sour
In my opinion, once you’re beyond Halloween, you’ve entered into the holiday season. Party plans are made, presents are purchased and social calendars become busier. With the holidays afoot, here’s a recipe for a Whiskey Sour – a personal favourite cocktail of mine, that’s sure to delight guests!
Spook-tacular Halloween Meringues
Are you looking for an instant crowd pleaser to serve at your upcoming Halloween party? These boo-tiful meringues are easy to whip up and a blast to make! Let’s get started!
Bento Box Favourites with EGGS2go!
As someone who likes to be creative when it comes to my meals and snacks, I always try and mix up my bento boxes. Different combinations of foods with different flavours of EGGS2go! makes it so I always have something to look forward to. That being said, I typically rely on my ‘staple’ boxes that provide me with the fats, proteins and carbs to keep me energized and satisfied.
Enjoying a Smooth-ie Summer
Summer is in full swing and there is no better way to enjoy the sunshine and warm days than with a smoothie loaded with all the good stuff! Whether I am spending a hot sunny day out in the hammock or coming home off the water with a hankering for something cool, I always crave a smoothie!
Easter Bunny Cake
Spring is in the air. Finally. For many of us, it has been the longest winter in the history of ...
The Ultimate Additions To Your Easter Menu!
It’s finally that time of year! The grass is growing, the flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping, and spring is in the air. Here at Burnbrae Farms, Easter is one of our favourite holidays because we love eggs! We also love Easter because it’s about bringing family together despite the long distances and busy schedules. And this year, we’ve reached out to our extended family throughout the company to compile Easter recipes from around the office. From a traditional bread recipe, to kid-friendly desserts, to a festive snack for those on the go, these recipes will no doubt become a favourite in your family’s menu. Happy Easter!
Mama Casson: Queen of the Crustless Quiche
My mom’s crustless asparagus and ham gruyere quiche is so darn good we have it Christmas morning! It goes along perfectly with our salmon lox and mimosas! How she makes it so that the quiche can be cut in perfect pie slices (and hold its shape) is a mystery to me! Held together through the strength of love, I guess! Adding ketchup or any other condiment would be an insult. Perfect on its own, and unlikely to yield leftovers, this 6-egg dish is my all-time favourite.
Jenny Casson’s Festive Holiday Treats
Some thoughts from Jenny Casson, our sponsored Olympic athlete, on the holiday season. Baking Christmas cookies and treats and delivering them to friends and family is a holiday tradition in our household. As the house fills with scents of nutmeg, cinnamon and oh, so much butter, you know that the season has officially begun.
The Elf on the Shell-f Craft
Decorate your house with this festive craft that is sure to be a holiday hit!
Smiling EGGS2Go! Snowmen
There is no better way to show off your artistic chops than during the holiday season! This-easy-to-assemble, delicious-to-eat recipe is a fun way to get your family and guests excited for the holidays.
Canadian Rower Jenny Casson honours her Dad on Father’s Day
Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads, Pops, Fathers, Daddies and Papas out there! Coming from someone who has the best dad in the world (no bias), Father’s Day is the perfect occasion to spoil your dad for all the unconditional love and support he has given you! So make the most of the day and fill his heart with the love you share!
Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe
Bake up some goodness on June 12th! Each year, National Peanut Butter Cookie Day pays tribute to this family favourite. The day allows cookie lovers and peanut butter lovers to step away from the pies and cakes to indulge in a little cookie and peanut butter therapy. Fun Fact: the peanut butter we know and love today didn’t become commercially available until 1922 when Joseph Rosefield, a food businessman from Alameda California kept the peanut oil from separating from the solids through a homogenization process. Afterwards, he patented the process and sold it to a company that began making a peanut butter under the Peter Pan brand name.