Masterclass Recipes

  • honey cake

Medovik (Honey Cake)

By |January 23rd, 2024|0 Comments

Dating back more than 200 years, it is said the first honey cake was made by the personal chef of Czar Alexander I. With dozens of variations, this version by Kalyna Store baker [...]

  • Cranberry Pistachio Semifreddo

Cranberry Pistachio Semifreddo

By |December 12th, 2023|0 Comments

Semifreddo, which means “half cold” in Italian, is a frozen dessert offering a perfect balance between the creaminess of ice cream and the lightness of mousse. A hint of orange liqueur in the [...]

  • Tortilla Española

Tortilla Española

By |October 24th, 2023|0 Comments

Potatoes, eggs, olive oil, salt and onions are kitchen staples around the world. Sometimes thought of as bit players, they’re often relegated to supporting roles. Unless, that is, you are in Spain: home [...]

  • japanese pancakes

Japanese Pancakes

By |February 22nd, 2023|1 Comment

When the Savour Calgary team recently enjoyed the Wilde Brunch, we loved the lemon ricotta pancakes. Made in the Japanese style, they were so fluffy and delicious we just had to ask Chef [...]

  • doupe family pumpkin pie

Doupe Family Pumpkin Pie

By |November 14th, 2022|0 Comments

They say history is written by victors, and the victors were almost always men. Herstory is often lost to us, except perhaps in the recipe books, boxes, clippings and cards handed down from mother [...]

  • ruff puff pastry

Rough Puff Pastry

By |July 23rd, 2022|1 Comment

Almost all my favourite desserts involve pastry: my mother’s apple pie with its crisp shortcrust; cream-filled, chocolate-covered choux pastry buns; the simplicity of tarte citron with melt-in-the-mouth buttery pâte sucrée and the crisp, delicate [...]

  • black pepper brie

Black Pepper Brie

By |May 6th, 2022|0 Comments

Learn how to make Brie at home with Roland Schmidt-Bellach, Co-Owner of Changing Seasons Bed & Breakfast in Nanton, Alberta. Roland teaches cheese-making classes out of his Changing Seasons Bed and Breakfast in Nanton, [...]

  • sausage roll

Sausage Roll Wreath

By |December 28th, 2021|0 Comments

Bake up something special this Christmas with this festive Sausage Roll Wreath. Mix up a classic English style pork sausage mixture from scratch, then envelop it with a rich, buttery store-bought puff pastry. Made [...]

  • honey cake colours

Honey Butter Cake

By |October 11th, 2021|0 Comments

Story and photos by Nyakong Yang, Yang Confections Since we’re celebrating honey this month, we’ve recruited a set of sweet siblings to help us with our harvest issue Masterclass. Nyakong (20) and Kuerengke (14) [...]

  • pulled pork

Smoked Pulled Pork

By |August 2nd, 2021|0 Comments

Ahhhhhh, pulled pork! Succulent and juicy shreds of awesomeness, perfect as a meal or as an accompaniment. Pulled pork has always been a hot topic of debate in the barbecue pit. Should it be [...]

  • pavlova


By |July 2nd, 2021|0 Comments

As the daughter and daughter-in-law of Dutch immigrants, I know a thing or two about sweet treats. Speculaas cookies, boterkoek, oliebollen – the Dutch certainly are passionate about sweet indulgences. But it’s the Australian [...]

  • ramen


By |February 25th, 2021|0 Comments

Story by Chefs Kaede Hirooka and Jonathan Chung, Respect the Technique As the cold winter months of Alberta drag on, nothing beats a steaming hot bowl of Ramen to warm you up. We have [...]

  • cocktail cherries

Homemade Cocktail Cherries

By |November 1st, 2020|0 Comments

Preserving season runs all year long, but summer and autumn are when canning enthusiasts really ramp up production. Fresh produce is readily available, lower in price, and best of all; at its prime. Chances [...]

  • pickled carrots

Pickled Carrots

By |October 30th, 2020|0 Comments

Preserving season runs all year long, but summer and autumn are when canning enthusiasts really ramp up production. Fresh produce is readily available, lower in price, and best of all; at its prime. Chances [...]

  • onion tart

Onion Tart

By |June 5th, 2020|0 Comments

More often than not I’m cooking what I have on hand rather than going on a special shopping trip for ingredients. This is why onions, carrots, potatoes, squash, cabbage and [...]

  • No-knead Pumpkin Bread

No-knead Pumpkin Bread

By |March 4th, 2020|Comments Off on No-knead Pumpkin Bread

Few things in life are as satisfying as baking your own bread. From the moment you plunge you hands into the supple dough, to the aroma that fills your home, the process is spellbinding [...]

  • panforte


By |November 17th, 2019|0 Comments

Traditions occasionally need a little update, and while a radical change to a classic Christmas dinner might result in anarchy, who wouldn’t love a dense, nut- and fruit-laden dessert? And who, specifically, wouldn’t love [...]