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Seven slow-cooker recipes that will warm your soul (and stomach)

With fall in full swing and the cool weather taking over, it’s time to celebrate our favourite time of year: slow cooker season!

We love the ‘set it and forget it’ lifestyle, so much so that we wanted to share some of our go-to recipes, so that after a long day of not wondering what to eat for dinner, you can enjoy the spoils of the slow cooker.

Get Creative with Quiche this World Egg Month!

With World Egg Month upon us we wanted to give you one more reason to celebrate all things eggs!

Eggs are one of the most versatile and affordable proteins, so what better way to show them off than the ever so elegant quiche.

Don’t let its name and reputation scare you off. Quiches can be as easy as one, two, three - literally.

Step 1: Prep & mix your fillings.

Celebrate a Childhood Hero with Green Eggs & Ham!

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday, and here at Egg Farmers of Ontario, we have the perfect recipe to celebrate!

Get your kids together and they can all help create a spinoff to the classic dinner they grew up reading about. Make a night of it and finish dinner off with a family reading of the inspirational Green Eggs & Ham.

Fall for food diversity this Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving: the time of year spent with family, where you can eat your weight in turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce and not even feel bad about it.

But why does turkey have to get all of the attention?

Check out some of these Thanksgiving Weekend recipes that give you a break from the bird, (or not… its up to you!)

Frittata 101 - An easy guide to frittatas!

Healthy and easy-to-make frittatas are like crustless quiches loaded with tasty fillings!

Once you master the basic three-step method of cooking them, you can use any combination of fillings you have on hand, including leftovers, to create delicious deep-dish frittatas!

Now that World Egg Month is upon us, we wanted to highlight the versatility of frittatas by sharing our recipe guide which offers different flavours for different seasons.

Check out our recipe guide below for four seasonal recipes.

Got a craving for crepes?

Love crepes? Then pick up the Winter 2011 issue of Food and Drink, the complimentary magazine published bimonthly by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) and available in their stores. In the current issue are three crepe recipes, each one paired with different ciders. There's Wild Mushrooms, Pear and Gruyere in Walnut Crepes; Caramelized Onions, Leafy Greens and Brie in Buckwheat Crepes; and Crepes Benedict with Slow-Poached Eggs.