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Avoid factory-made foods to protect family's health

The P.E.I.-based chef, who has long advocated for healthy homemade meals, laments that many people accept it’s OK for factories to do their cooking.

“The results are in — and they’re horrific,” says Smith, adding that even though people have long been told that processed foods are low in nutrients and high in sugar, sodium and fat, they continue to eat it. 534 more words

Canada

Cooking with Fresh Basil

Hello all!

For tonight’s blog post I thought I would share a yummy new recipe I’ve recently come across and an old favourite – both featuring the aromatic earthy-sweet scent of fresh basil. 700 more words

Homemaking On Howard

Raymond Loo Memorial Garden gives Holland College students and staff a place to learn and reflect

A barren patch of land on Holland College’s Prince of Wales Campus has been turned into an organic garden and Plein air classroom where students and staff can rediscover the therapeutic benefits of nature and take applied learning to a whole new level. 574 more words

Students

HOMEMADE BREAD -- QUEST!

Quest is the weekly photo challenge theme.

At first glance, this word brings to mind King Arthur, the Holy Grail and all that but, on further consideration, I recall my personal quest — to make homemade bread! 359 more words

Mmmm, cook for me

You know who I want to cook for me? Canadian chef Michael Smith. I never heard of him until the last year when I’ve turned on the TV and flipped around (or rather pressed) the channels and occasionally came across his show “Chef at Home” where he is cooking in his (very nice) house. 356 more words

Culture/Pop Culture

End of summer superb meals - Part I

Schools starts back in less than a week and it’s still sticky and hot outside. Here at Foodies Galore summer just FLEW by! But it’s not over yet. 157 more words

Celebrate Family

#IYP2016 - Lentils -Another reason why I love #India so much - check out @ChefMichaelSmith as #LentilHunter in #Gujarat

Thanks to my friend Suzie Szmolyan Morrow for sharing this video with me so I can share it with you.

When I look at what… 156 more words

Alberta At Noon