Emily Richards shares her secret for quick and easy entertaining
TORONTO, Dec. 7 /CNW/ - Food writer, recipe developer and professional home economist, Emily Richards has teamed up with Dairy Farmers of Canada to launch a new collection of holiday recipes just in time for December's hectic month of non-stop parties and family gatherings. Richards' new recipes look and taste gourmet, however, due to the magic ingredient, Real Cream, they come together simply and in no time at all.
"It really is amazing how a little bit of Real Cream can elevate any dish to the next level," says Richards. "Once you try these recipes and see how easy they are to make, I am certain you will add them to your arsenal of holiday recipes."
Richards' four new holiday recipes can be found at www.AnyDayMagic.ca, along with many other great weeknight meal ideas. The purpose of the web site is to re-introduce Canadians to the secret ingredient that chefs have known about for years - Real Cream.
"My new recipes and most of the recipes you'll find on www.AnyDayMagic.ca show people how you can use lighter types of cream, such as 10 and 18 per cent creams, in your cooking and baking," says Richards. "Often it just takes a splash to create magical results."
Richards' special holiday collection includes the following amazing recipes: Apple Maple Cheddar Spread, Artichoke Pepper Casserole, Peppercorn Crusted Pork Tenderloin with Balsamic Cream Sauce and Holiday Orange Mocha Roll.
"Everyone's always looking for a new signature dish that will impress guests but won't keep you in the kitchen for hours," says Richards. "I wanted to come up with recipes that would blend seamlessly into people's rotation of holiday recipes and let them spend more time with family and friends."
About Dairy Farmers of Canada
Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) strives to create favourable conditions for the Canadian dairy industry, today and in the future. DFC works to maintain policies that foster the viability of Canadian dairy producers and to promote quality Canadian dairy products made from 100% Canadian milk as part of a healthy balanced diet. DFC is completely funded by dairy producers.
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