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Eat a Meal to Support a Country in Conflict

This is a great idea! Advocacy and understanding are powerful. They ought not be undervalued. Setting aside an evening for this is a form of listening to a nation’s heart cry. Listen in. And eat up. 





Camden Lock Night Market

The Camden night market is back again this year following last year’s success. Spread out in the heart of the lock every Thursday, for 5 weeks over the summer, is a series of late night international street food with cocktails and live music too! 401 more words


Unusual Fact: The flags of most African countries are famous for ‘flaunting’ a star and a crescent shape. However, Comoros is a country that’s famous for having more than one star on its flag. 384 more words


Food truck nation: America mapped by its kati rolls, bulgogi tacos, and artisanal slushies

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Food trucks aren’t a new phenomenon in the US—they were popularized in the suburbs after World War II, and in their earliest incarnations, they even predated the invention of the automobile. 207 more words

Have You Made Some Basil Pesto Yet?

Don’t you think that many dishes can be made tastier by adding a dollop of pesto? We certainly do. And with the summer sun high in the sky and basil doing really well in the garden, the large leaves are literally beckoning to be turned into something tasty. 103 more words

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Shrimp 'n' grits at home and away

I leave a bleak and dreary November at dawn to catch a flight to Charleston, South Carolina. A historic, mysterious and blessedly hot genteel southern city. 207 more words


Weslodge Saloon

Every six months a ‘licous’ rolls around with the tantalizing opportunity to sample  something new, perhaps delicious, at an untried local Toronto restaurant.

This summer, we choose  409 more words