Pick a cut, any cut, and The Gateway will tell you how best to prepare it.
Curious about learning a new style of cuisine? The Gateway can help with that, too.
So says Joyce Parslow, with Canada Beef, who joined Shaun Haney for a discussion on Canada Beef’s updates to its online resource for recipes, health and wellness information and more.
Parslow shares that new to The Gateway is a module on cultural influence, including highlighted recipes from 10 different cuisines.
From Caribbean and Chinese influence, to Middle Eastern and Thai flavours, there’s something for everyone on The Gateway.
“There’s four recipes per cuisine, so 40 recipes in total. Each recipe also has a how to video, and this is really helpful for people who are visual learners. And it takes a lot of coffee sometimes to read through to understand a new technique of how to cook beef, so you can get it in a snapshot by watching the videos,” she says.
Parslow says this resource can also be super helpful for younger people who are interested in learning how to prepare foods they’ve tried at restaurants or for some second-generation Canadians who want to get in touch with some of their homegrown recipes that maybe they lost access to or weren’t handed down.
The Gateway also includes a meal planning component, a “kids’ favourites” spot, and information on where to find harder-to-source ingredients.