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What's it like to master the art of French cooking in Julia Child's Provençal kitchen?

PLASCASSIER, France – When I hefted the rolling pin in my hand, I finally felt it: a thread of energy, a thrill of recognition. I knew I was standing in Julia Child’s kitchen, and I was about to put it to work. 1,931 more words


Fall into October the right way, with apples, pears and warming spices

Ease into autumn with desserts made with apples, pears and warming spices. You will hardly miss summer.

Daphna’s Honey Cake
This delicious, easy to make honey cake is from Daphne Rabinowitz’s new baking book The Baker in Me (Whitecap). 683 more words


Chateau Le Bon Pasteur, AC Pomerol, 2007

Meritage – Merlot & Cabernet blend
Chateau Le Bon Pasteur, AC Pomerol, 2007
Bordeaux, France

Chateau Le Bon Pasteur is the home of the world’s most famous flying winemaker, Michel Rolland. 156 more words

The Grapevine

Ditch the dairy to make the most flavourful, creamy soup: Roasted cauliflower and greens soup

This time of year, with the weather getting colder, I love to serve soup for supper. It’s an easy sell at my house, where The Husband is a soup-aholic. 805 more words


ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen: Tasty mashed potato mash-ups the perfect autumn comfort food

There is no denying that mashed potatoes are the ultimate comfort food — creamy, buttery and smooth — who cares about low-carb anyway? Make your next batch of mashed potatoes extra-special with some delicious add-ins. 586 more words

Food And Cooking

Students at U of R taking steps to make the campus fair trade

Over the years small steps have been taking place on the University of Regina campus in order to make it fair trade. If Engineers Without Borders has its way, the whole campus will become fair trade. 453 more words

Local News

Dining Out: At Pi-Rho Grill, a progressive take on Greek fast food

Pi-Rho Grill
81 Riocan Ave., unit M4 in the Barrhaven Marketplace, 613-823-7171, pirhogrill.com
Open: Monday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. 932 more words