This delicious dip is a party must-have.
It's not a party without a delicious dip, especially when it's our garlic feta dip!
1 Place the feta, lemon zest, lemon juice and minced garlic in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a metal blade and process until smooth and combined, about 30 seconds. Scrape down the sides of the bowl with a spatula. With the motor running, slowly add the olive oil in a long stream and process until thoroughly blended.
2 Transfer the dip to a serving dish. Drizzle with a little extra olive oil and a generous grinding of fresh black pepper if desired.
3 Serve with cucumber, radishes, olives, sliced summer squash and coloured carrot sticks for dipping.
Prep & cook time: 15 minutes
Makes: 2 cups
Enjoy these tasty strawberry napoleons.
Food stylist and recipe developer Tanya Eng creates a fruity, flaky pastry treat that calls to the lighter fare and delicate flavours of spring.
The first signs of spring are shyly starting to show themselves, and after the rich and hearty desserts of winter, we're craving something a little lighter and fruitier. The napoleon (or mille feuille in French, which translates to thousand leaves) can take on a whole host of flavours between its fluffy pastry layers, from vanilla custard to creamy caramel. With our sights set on warm-weather walks and patio meals, we took a casual approach to our version and filled it with fresh strawberries, smooth Greek yogurt, toasted hazelnuts and a touch of cool mint.
Stack yours with as little or as much of each ingredient as you desire - it's just as fun to build them as it is to eat them!
Makes 4 napoleons.
1 Preheat the oven to 375°F. Lay one sheet of phyllo on a cutting board, bunching it to lightly crinkle. Brush with some of the butter and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of the sugar. Repeat with the remaining 2 sheets, layering them on top. Cut 12 3"-round circles out of the dough. Transfer to a parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Bake on the centre rack of the oven for 7 to 10 minutes, or until golden brown; let cool.
2 In a bowl, combine the strawberries, icewine and mint. Spread the mixture evenly onto 8 of the phyllo rounds. Top each with 1 tablespoon of the Greek yogurt and 1⁄2 tablespoon of the hazelnuts.
3 To assemble, stack 2 of the filled layers together and top them off with 1 of the remaining plain phyllo rounds. Repeat the process to make a total of 4 two-layer napoleons.
4 Serve the napoleons garnished with a whole strawberry and a few sprigs of mint and lightly dusted with the icing sugar.
We've scoured the Instagram of Meghan Markle, actress and girlfriend to Prince Harry, and rounded up the 'grams that give us a glimpse into her abode.
When she's not playing Rachel Zane in Suits or roaming around London with a prince in tow, Meghan Markle can be found in a soothing Scandi-inspired sanctuary that she calls home. From white textiles to fluffy throws, vintage-inspired accents to vases of colourful blooms, Meghan's created a cozy retreat perfect for playing with her pups, working on her site The Tig, and, presumably, enjoying some paparazzi-free time with everyone's favourite ginger prince.
White sofas, a tan throw, black and white pictures and white orchids keep her living space cool and calm.
One of photographer Gray Malin's cult-favourite photos of a beach hangs on her wall, and the umbrellas in the photo are complemented by the colourful blooms on her marble table.
Marble subway tiles line the walls in Meghan's bathroom.
Neutral walls, neutral curtains and neutral seating is the theme throughout Meghan's home.
Aside from the gorgeous blooms that are placed on many of the tabletops in Meghan's home, beautiful books are also scattered about.
By Meghan's bedside, Grace Coddington's book "Grace: A Memoir," a scented candle and bright pink peonies.
Meghan's love for pretty books and blooms continues—she teams black and white books, photos and accents with cheery pink blooms on a rustic wooden table.
A vintage-looking windowpane mirror lends a whimsy element to Meghan's all-white bedroom.
White furry throws can be found swung across many chairs in her home.
White linens, a simple wooden bedframe, a tan throw and black and white artwork complete Meghan's bedroom.
A gold vintage-inspired mirror, tall potted plants and standard Scandi must-haves lend an eclectic hand to her living space.
Colour-coded piles of books are topped with succulents in her bedroom.
An animal-skin rug and antlers on the wall give this room a Scandinavian feel.
The best part of Meghan's home? Her two roommates: Guy and Bogart.
A well-made bed is key to a beautiful bedroom
We've put together 4 stylish ways to make the perfect bed.
While making the bed may not seem like a glamorous task, it is the key to having a glamorous room for your or your guests to sleep in.
We've designed 1 bed 4 different ways. Which is your style?
Diamond-quilted Sham + Polka-dot Pillowcase + Soft-hued Lumbar Cushions See our feminine bedroom decor.
Diamond-quilted Sham + Cabana-striped Pillowcase + Solid Toss Cushion Check out a masculine bedroom design.
Gathered Euro Sham + Alphabet-print Pillowcase + Polka-dot Pillowcase Look at other playful bedroom designs.
Floral Toss Cushion + Woven-edged Lumbar Cushion + Polka-dot Pillowcase + Striped Lumbar Cushion If you like the traditional look try this classic bedroom decor.