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“Anyone can make you enjoy the first bite of a dish, but only a real chef can make you enjoy the last.” - Francois Minot

Regardless of the type of cuisine, the main dish should always be the plat de resistance, a soul-warming meal that will keep the bigger appetites circling for seconds. A well planned main course should be anticipated, and aim to satisfy and delight the diner. This is usually the heartiest or most filling dish of a meal, whether you are entertaining a crowd or making dinner for two.

 
BBQ Mini Potato Packet
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Infused with fresh herbs, these potatoes bring summertime flavor to every bite. Prep and cleanup is a breeze for backyard dining.

Pasta Al Limone - A Taste of the Amalfi Coast
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A simple pasta dish, lightly flavoured with the zest and juice of lemons.

Lemony Roast Chicken and Potatoes
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This one-pan-wonder sings with the flavor of lemon and rosemary! From oven-to-table, it is a great way to serve up an entire roast chicken.

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Pasta Al Limone - A Taste of the Amalfi Coast

Pasta Al Limone - A Taste of the Amalfi Coast

A simple pasta dish, lightly flavoured with the zest and juice of lemons.

Lemony Roast Chicken and Potatoes

Lemony Roast Chicken and Potatoes

This one-pan-wonder sings with the flavor of lemon and rosemary! From oven-to-table, it is a great way to serve up an entire roast chicken.

The All Dressed or Fully Loaded Pizza - Make it Big, Make it in a Sheet Pan!

The All Dressed or Fully Loaded Pizza - Make it Big, Make it in a Sheet Pan!

Sometimes called “The Grandmother”, this was the kind of pizza made in a sheet pan before pizza stones and pans were readily available. The dough is pressed out to the edge. The crust tends to be thicker and more dense. It makes a fun family style pizza as it can be divided into quadrants and each person can design their own section with favorite toppings. We have dressed this pizza with vegetables: tomatoes, sweet pepper, onion, mushrooms, broccoli, olives. Make it a meat lovers style by adding pepperoni, bacon, or your favorite cured sausage. The possibilities are endless.

The Diavola Cast Iron Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

The Diavola Cast Iron Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

This pizza is reminiscent of a Chicago style pizza with its deep crust. Pizza “alla diavola” translates to the devil’s style pizza due to its flaming hot toppings - spicy sausage and chili peppers. It is possible to eat this without a knife and fork but why try. For deep dish gooey, goodness, you can make this style of pizza with mild sausage or your favorite toppings if spicy is not your thing.

The Hawaiian Pizza

The Hawaiian Pizza

Chunks of pineapple and ham are dotted over the surface of a tomato based pizza. Created in Canada in 1962, it is one of the most popular pizzas in Australia.