Our top recipe of 2021!

These sweet, smoky, salty Brussels Sprouts will convert even the most skeptical sprouts eater.

We all love homemade pizza, but not everyone feels comfortable making their own dough. The good news is that we have fresh pizza dough available in our grab-and-go cooler section. Our Market Chef Nick is Italian, so we are going to leave it to the expert to show you how to create an authentic pizza in your own home.

Often called Texas Sheet Cake, this is the comfort food of cakes. Nothing fancy, just an easy and delicious cake-type brownie topped with a glossy chocolate glaze that everyone loves.

Today the Fraser Valley potato harvest starts with the delicate Warba nugget potatoes, easily recognized by their unique pink eyes and harvested before they set their skin. My family teases that I must be the only person who makes a meal entirely from potatoes, but once you try this recipe, I’m sure you’ll understand why.

Kitchen Manager Leslie shares her most treasured family recipe with us. Sunday Roasts at Gram’s house was not complete unless these mustard pickles were served alongside.

Rob’s mom clipped this recipe from the MSA News in the 1980s, and it turned out to be one of his favourites! Fresh sweet blueberries are a perfect match for the light and fluffy “cloud.”

A perfect brunch always includes a sweet treat, and my mom’s Cinnamon Crumb Cake is ideal. It’s an old family recipe, and the simplicity of ingredients and one-bowl technique speaks to my mom’s personality.

If the thought of roasting a huge turkey intimidates you, or you’re a small group, then a boneless turkey breast roast is the dish for you!  Carving is simple, and if you’re not dedicated white meat eaters, then choose a breast roast stuffed with thigh meat and you get both dark and white in each slice.

One of the staples in every Hawaiian deli is a dish called Poke (pronounced poke-eh). It’s much simpler to enjoy at home than you may have thought, so we’ve shared 3 ways to prepare your poke and what to put in your Poke Bowl for a fresh, vibrant meal.

This vintage recipe first appeared on Libby’s can of pumpkin puree to help sell their product and it has stood the test of time. It’s similar to a pumpkin cream cheese muffin, but better, as you get more of the delicious tangy, creamy filling. Easier to make than a pie, it’s the perfect dessert to follow a heavy holiday meal.