Jump into summer with ice cream floats
Flavoured sparkling water meets ice cream: It’s a match made in summer-loving heaven. Retro-inspired but so modern, these three ice cream floats are so fun and flavourful, everyone will enjoy.Learn more
Add zest and a hint of sweetness to ribs by misting them with orange juice while they grill: A guaranteed crowd-pleaser!
Save your sauce
Don’t waste that last bit of sauce in the jar! Spoon leftovers (tomato or pesto or coconut milk etc.) into a freezer bag, lay flat and freeze. Then, next time you’re cooking, simply break off a piece.
3 ways with frozen fruit
Make a refreshing smoothie bowl, whip up jumbleberry mocktails and cocktails, and simmer a special sauce for, well,everything.
3 ways with chocolate hazelnut spread
Imagine it with waffle cones and ice-cream, sweetening up your French Toast or being the glue for decadent cookie sandwiches. You're welcome.
3 ways with cod nuggets
Pop them into a po'boy, go the fish-taco route, or toss on a zesty Caesar salad. These nuggets are super versatile.
3 ways with buffalo cauliflower bites
Fancy croutons, tasty crostini toppers or added oomph to a traditional iceberg wedge salad: Are you ready for a veggie makeover?
3 ways with corn flakes
Make a batch of corn flake s'mores, have fun with crunchy banana pops or give dinner a twist with a tasty salmon topper.
3 ways with naturally simple shrimp
Get inspired with our simple seafood hack. Whip up easy shrimp tapas, give steak a surf-and-turf spin and create kebabs with a tortellini twist.
Simple tips on cooking great burgers
We know burgers are one of the favourite foods of summer, so our advice? Prep yourself with our quick tips that will have you grilling like a pro!
Steps to success
- Cook fresh or frozen beef patties on greased grill at medium BBQ temperatures between 190 °C to 230 °C (375 °F to 450 °F). Go to hotter temperatures to develop a little crunchy crust, especially on fresh burgers.
- Frozen patties do not need thawing, and should be cooked from frozen. This also helps reduce sticking to grill.
- Flip occasionally for even browning. Do not press down on patties during cooking or juices could be squeezed out, resulting in dry burgers.
- Move meat to a cooler area of the grill if small flare-ups occur. Don't be tempted to spray with water, as this can spread a grease fire.
- All patties should be cooked to an internal temperature of 71 °C (160 °F). Check with a probe-style digital thermometer.
- Let meat rest 2 to 5 min. before serving to retain juices.