Recipe Round-Up: Spring Edition

Spring is finally here, and we’re welcoming the (slightly) warmer weather with some tasty seasonal recipes! Most of us are spending a lot more time at home this season, so let’s make the most of it by unleashing our inner chef or mixologist.

To make your spring cooking even easier, we’ve included a local source guide with each recipe to make sure you can get your hands on the freshest, local ingredients.

1. Tangy Herb Potato Salad with Asparagus

This Tangy Herb Potato Salad with Asparagus is the perfect side dish for your next family dinner. With asparagus coming in-season, there is no better time to whip up this quick and easy recipe! Pair it with sandwiches, seafood, and all things grilled.

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2. Garden Party Cocktail

Garden Party Cocktail from 2019 Culinary Guide

Days are getting longer, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and we’re dreaming of evening drinks on our backyard patios! This Garden Party Cocktail is like sunshine in a glass, using local gin and a blend of citrus flavours.

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3. Cider Poached Rhubarb Pavlova

A light and delectable dessert is just what we need on those blissful spring evenings! This Cider-poached Rhubarb Pavlova brings together sweet and sour, using cider-poached rhubarb and lightly sweetened lilac cream. It’s like spring in a dish!

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4. Surf & Turf Burger

This Surf & turf burger will not only please your taste buds, but leave your stomach feeling overly satisfied.  The extracts of shrimp, sausage, pork, and creamy aioli are bound to spice up your day!

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5. Spring Dew

Spring Dew

Sip into spring with this bright and flavourful Spring Dew cocktail. Made with honeydew, elderflower liqueur, Ironworks Amber Rum and a few other special ingredients, this recipe is a must have addition for your spring drink collection.

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6. Rhubarb Whipped Cheesecake Jar

Layers of rhubarb flavour, creamy cheesecake whip and a toasty crumble make this Rhubarb Whipped Cheesecake Jar a great dessert for a backyard picnic. Make ahead, chill and seal in mason jars for easy transport.

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