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Chateau Brane Cantenac, AC Margaux, 2nd growth, 2007

Meritage – Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot
Chateau Brane Cantenac, AC Margaux, 2nd growth, 2007
Bordeaux, France

Chateau Brane Cantenac was classified as one of the best wines of Bordeaux in 1855, ranked as a 2nd growth. 149 more words

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Make your chicken wings fly: Simple recipe tarts up wings with orange marmalade, Persian flavours

If you’re tired of your chicken wing recipes, consider going Persian with this easy combination of flavourings.

London food writer Sabrina Ghayour devised this recipe with marmalade, thyme, spices, and garlic that give the wings a rich, crusty coating. 288 more words


Asparagus stars in light spring supper: Vegetable never tasted so good, as it does now, in this tart

It’s time to make the most of the local asparagus crop, one of spring’s fleeting joys.

This attractive savoury tart makes a great appetizer or, served with a salad, a wonderful brunch or light dinner dish. 279 more words


Restaurant review: The heat is back on at Kitchen Galerie

Kitchen Galerie

**1/2 out of ****


60 Jean-Talon St. E. (Corner Casgrain Ave.)

Phone: 514-315-8994

Website: kitchengalerie.com

Open: Tues.-Sat. 6 p.m. to closing

Licensed: 1,332 more words


Five independent coffee roasters to taste on your next Canadian road trip

Micro-roasters and independent coffee shops are changing the way we order and enjoy a good cup of coffee. And it’s about more than just the hipster barista and speciality equipment. 1,034 more words


High Cooking: Gnocchi and Steamed Cabbage

I’m not very fond of potatoes, unless they’ve been made into something else like fries or gnocchi. The latter is a potato dumpling from Italy that is delicious eaten like pasta or in soup, and it’s one of my favorite ways to consume potatoes. 437 more words


Explore cultural delight with chorba: Whether or not you fast for Ramadan, this soup satisfies

Truth: What I knew about Ramadan β€” which this year begins on May 27 β€” and the foods that are eaten to break the fast previously could have fit in a grain of millet. 418 more words