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Summer calls for easy food and even easier drinks: Recipes for three winning pitcher-style cocktails

A summer party is no time for mixing individual cocktails. That’s what’s called a buzzkill. Warm weather festivities demand easy food and even easier drinks. And we’ve got you covered. 539 more words

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Dining Out: A whole pig, to go, from Phuket Royal

Phuket Royal

713 Somerset St W., 613-235-3134, phuketroyal.com
Open: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Prices: Most curries and stir-fries from $10 to $15, roasted whole pigs to go from $200 to $240… 1,112 more words

Local Food Reviews

Yogurt breaks out of breakfast club: Learn how to make it, and transform it into dips, sauces, main dishes

There are two generally accepted truths when it comes to yogurt: first, it is the subject of some of the worst advertisements on television and, second, most of us associate it only with breakfast, if not occasionally as a snack. 784 more words

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DNR Reduced Prices for Vital Fruits and Vegetables up to 50 Percent

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Today, DNR Minister of Economic Development Yevgeniya Samokhina told journalists that the government cut the price of vital fruits and vegetables under the state programme “Social Vegetables”, stating, “We achieved our most important goal… to reduce the prices for vital vegetables. 431 more words

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Cooking the Books: beyond breakfast, yogurt shows versatility in new book

There are two generally accepted truths when it comes to yogurt: first, it is the subject of some of the worst advertisements on television and, second, most of us associate it only with breakfast, if not occasionally as a snack. 811 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen: Classic appetizers with a tasty twist

Long summer nights are best spent outside in your backyard, laughing over drinks and small bites with good friends. Delight your guests with these simple appetizers that come with a delicious twist. 509 more words

Food And Cooking

bees, temporarily

And yes, it is VERY exciting indeed, because now we’ve got cucumbers and squashes and several melons happening.  Even a few tomatoes!  Some unknown fruit pits have sprouted in the compost- I think they’re peaches but only time will tell- and lots of last year’s Anana Amerique melon seeds sprouted in there too.  346 more words

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