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Keep your appetite red and white on July 1st

If you are thinking about what to cook for Canada Day, you could do worse than taking inspiration from the colours of our flag. Although Canada became a country in 1867, we did not have our own flag until 1965. 705 more words


Wine World: Bobal rising in prominence with good reason

I came across a rosé in Coop and was so struck by the stuff I ended up buying and drinking the companion red wine made from the same grape. 264 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

Food: Mousse offers decadence without compounding summer heat

I have a gas oven, which I love. The heat is fast, even and predictable. If I want low heat, I have low heat. Wanna crank her to high? 745 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

Do we really need to eat fruits and vegetables to be healthy?

By Claudia McNeilly

In Western food culture, where picking up an alternative diet has become more common than trying a new hobby, instructing people to eat a plant-based diet remains one of the only bulletproof pieces of nutritional advice available. 703 more words


Parker: Soup Sisters spreading across Canada to support shelters

After celebrating a birthday with 30 friends by making 300 litres of soup and delivering it to the Calgary Emergency Women’s Shelter, Sharon Hapton had an idea to continue supplying nourishing soups. 523 more words

Local Business

Pho, 'friendly' and delicious: How to make Vietnam's favourite soup at home

Our cookbook of the week is The Pho Cookbook by Vietnamese cooking expert Andrea Nguyen.

To try a recipe from the book, check out quick chicken pho… 714 more words