5 Ingredient Vanilla Bean Custard Pie

Whip up this quick and easy 5 Ingredient Vanilla Bean Custard Pie to impress guests. It's a perfect dessert for home entertaining - your friends and family will love... Read More

Mile High Chocolate Pudding Pie and the 2018 Milk Calendar

this article is sponsored by Dairy Farmers of Canada. Dairy Farmers of Canada’s 2018 Milk Calendar is here! Today more than ever, we’re looking to nourish our families with hand-crafted, good-for-you recipes that make the most of local, seasonal offerings. The time honored Milk Calendar is... Read More

Enter to Win One of Three Copies of Nourish

We love it whenever we get to celebrate the launch of new cookbooks by FBC Members.  And it's even more fun when we have copies to give away for lucky readers! So we're very excited to congratulate FBCer Cara Rosenbloom, RD on the launch of her new book, Nourish: Whole Food Recipes Featuring... Read More

Food Trends TV: Passion for Pierogi

On the first and third Monday of every month on her YouTube channel,  food trends expert Dana McCauley gives us the lowdown on the trends that are happening in the food world.  Stop by FBC on following Tuesdays for a little extra insight from Dana on how you as a food blogger can use this... Read More

Canada’s Craft Beer: Looking For Pie in a Glass

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Atlantic Canada craft beer guy, Todd Beal. This week Todd checks out pumpkin ales in the Maritimes, with two to try from Rare Bird and Upstreet Brewing. In the craft beer world the IPA style is king but a close second is the seasonal beers.... Read More

It’s the Hop Hop Hoppiest Time of The Year

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Atlantic Canada craft beer guy, Todd Beal. This week Todd is celebrating hop harvest with two beers from Sea Level Brewing and Garrison Brewing. With summer ending it comes time that crops need to be harvested. For hops, the window to... Read More

REESE Peanut Butter Chocolate Spread S’mores Pie

Two words. Oh my. Actually, four words. Peanut Butter Chocolate Spread. That's what we uttered when REESE approached us with an opportunity for FBC members to work with them and the new REESE spreads! Now the question that remains is, how #DoYouSpoon? So we're putting that very question out to... Read More

Food Photography: Top Down Photos for Tarts, Pies & Tortes

In our continuing series on food photography, Tessa Huff of Style Sweet CA will be showing us how she styles and photographs the wide array of baked goods and desserts she creates by breaking down her photos for us.  There will be lots of tips and tricks to help guide you with your own food... Read More

FBC Featured Member Blog: The Kitchen Magpie

Name: Karlynn Johnston Blog Name:  The Kitchen Magpie Where were you born? Winter, er, Winnipeg, Manitoba Where are you living now? Edmonton, Alberta. Wait. Did I just switch from one subzero city to another? Talk about self-punishment. Why did you start your blog? I’ve always been a writer in... Read More

Relationships, Review Copies and Recipe Excerpts

The days of big in-house marketing departments are gone. Instead, publishers often fill the gap with professional publicists. As a result, the once common multi-city, cross-country book tours have been replaced by smaller launches supplemented with online reviews. While bloggers are playing a... Read More

Featured Member Blog: Piecurious

If you follow Calantha Elsby on Twitter, you've probably seen the beautiful loaves of bread (^^^) she posts on a regular basis. And if you're like me, you'll be in awe of that!  Well did you know that Calantha, as well as being an amazing bread baker (and founder of the Elora Bread Trading... Read More

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Ramadan and Food

Today Registered Dietitian Nazima Qureshi, from Nutrition by Nazima, shares seven things you may not know about food during Ramadan, from fasting to eating before sunrise, as well as her delicious stuffed date recipe. Ramadan is a religious practice that Muslims around the world... Read More

Many Ways to Enjoy Amarula Cream Liqueur (Hot and Cold Drinks)

Derived from the fruit of the sacred Marula tree that grows wild and uncultivated in Southern Africa. Amarula Cream Liqueur can be enjoyed neat, with ice, used to create cocktails, or added to hot drinks like coffee, tea and hot chocolate. This post is sponsored by Amarula Cream Liqueur. Please... Read More