Whether you are in a pinch for what to bring to the party, want to add additional treats to your holiday lineup, or perhaps are looking for what to leave out for Santa, give these yummy cookies a try.

The holidays are meant for indulging in decadent desserts and appeasing your sweet tooth every chance you get. This pomegranate crème brûlée from Black + Blue offers a festive spin on a French classic and will certainly remedy those holiday cravings.

Whisky, maple, and Wayne Gretzky—talk about a Canadian trifecta. The three have come together in the spirit of the holidays to create the new Wayne Gretzky Distillery Maple Cream Liquor. Notes of caramel, sweet cream, maple syrup, baked pastry, and a hint of whisky spice make this the perfect addition to your festive drinks lineup.

Mexico is a beloved vacation destination for many reasons, not the least of which is their white sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and vibrant culture. We have rounded up nine of the most magical resorts in Mexico that await your arrival.

American Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and that signals the start of the holiday season for many Canadians, as well. Whether you enjoy it now or save it for December, this roasted butternut and apple stuffing from Tractor At Home will fill your kitchen with a mouth-watering aroma that filters throughout the home.

With lockdowns ending, restaurant openings are beginning to be common fare in Toronto again. Here are six different, high-class restaurants of various styles to try, selected for the quality of food and the atmosphere.  

Ask restaurants and chefs throughout Vancouver to share their go-to Mother’s Day dishes and no surprise, there is a brunch theme.

Trina Moyles is no stranger to solitude. The author of the new memoir excerpted here has spent several summers as a lone eye in the sky atop a fire lookout in northern Canada.

These Vancouver chefs, Jenny Hui of the Lazy Gourmet and Nikki Tam of Minami Restaurant have shared these recipes to bring restaurant level food into our home.

A Southeast Asian twist on a North American winter classic, this comforting restorative soup is perfect for the cold weather months and hunkering down at home.

Just in time for the cooler weather, Kinton is sharing with us the recipe for a restorative broth and contemporary classic of Japanese comfort food, chicken jalapeño ramen.

Our cover story tests the limits of style without a human subject, projecting the absences that have defined the year.

Not everyone likes their Caesar the same way—some people are spicier, while others like an umami flavour. Here are three different recipes for a Caesar that are sure to satisfy every type of palate this summer.

This recipe by chef Steven Hodge, owner of Temper Chocolate and Pastry and one of the three judges on the Food Network’s Great Chocolate Showdown, is the perfect antidote to the Easter-is-cancelled blues.

These handbags by Canadian designers are the perfect combination of style and functionality; they are adaptable and durable in order to be used as everyday bags with any outfit, and you can wear them while supporting the talent of Canada.

With more people stuck inside these days, it is only natural that they would want to feel connection or recreate the outside world in their own homes. AR and VR technology can help to stave off isolation and provide a new form of entertainment.

The multiplicity of voices, styles, and concepts that have filled NUVO’s pages have shaped the publication and its direction as it heads into 2020.

Refine your next playlist with this selection of recent album releases, curated by our editors.

We have uncovered the truth behind some of the beauty industries most hotly debated topics and rounded up the best places and products that Canada has to offer. Here are just a few of our best beauty stories of the year (and there were a lot to choose from).