Adding cheese sauce to cauliflower or broccoli is a sure-fire way to get the kids to eat it! A wonderful dish to serve alongside a roast. You can steam the cauliflower, if you prefer steaming to boiling.
Belle Riviere Cauliflower Gratin
Fennel-Crusted Roast Pork Loin with Green Beans
Try beginning a tradition of a Sunday night roast at your house. Eating a real sit-down dinner with your family just feels good and is great for maintaining connections. The PC kitchen has lots of recipes to choose from, starting with this juicy pork loin roast.
Garlicky Green Beans
This delicious side dish comes together in minutes. Perfect to accompany a holiday roast, but easy enough to make any day of the week.
Herbed Goat Cheese Gratin
You can substitute any colour of little gems potatoes you’d like, but we like the way the red skinned ones look against the goat cheese.
Herb Roasted Minis
The flavours in our roast chicken spice grinder make this side dish the perfect accompaniment to a roast chicken or turkey. Pop the potatoes in the oven while your bird rests and while you carve it.
Maple Balsamic Fig Salad with Goat Cheese Croquettes
In the winter, sweeter Mission figs are in season, in summer the less sweet green figs. Walnuts give this salad a bitter edge to balance the sweetness of the vinaigrette and figs.
Maple Mustard Pork Roast
Maple syrup’s sweetness and Dijon mustard’s zing complement pork perfectly. Adding water during the cooking time ensures you will have lots of yummy sauce to drizzle over the sliced roast, or to pool on top of mashed potatoes.
Mashed Cauliflower with Goat Cheese
Cauliflower is high in Vitamin C and contains iron. Cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower have been shown to protect against some forms of cancer. Adding some potato to cauliflower helps it mash to a nicer consistency.
Ranch Scalloped Potatoes
Golden, gooey, cheesy and rich- just like Mom used to make!
A basic prime rib roast is a great thing to have in your repertoire, and is a great way to feed a crowd, whether at a holiday or family gathering. Ask the butcher to trim the fat to about 1/4 inch (5 mm).