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Good Food: Omnivore Vulcano Classic Hot Sauce

By Kate Malin

Omnivore founder Angelo Garro is a man of many talents. He is a master blacksmith by trade, but is likely to be found hunting, foraging, and cooking. 282 more words

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The Raindrop Cake: the story of a dessert lost in translation

I don’t see the appeal of the “Raindrop Cake”.  Pretty presentation aside, the dessert tastes like barely sweetened spring water. It is pleasantly refreshing, but I take umbrage with calling it a ‘cake’. 815 more words

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Taste Test: What We’re Snacking on This Week

The best part about working at Cooking Light? Tasting new healthy snacks before they hit the grocery shelves. With our help, you’ll choose the best store-bought products in both taste and nutrition.  569 more words

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Mango Jerry!

Product Review: Mango Girls

So this review is perfect for summer preparation…adult soft drinks!

The adult soft drinks market isn’t immune to the craft and artisan revolution and there has been a huge influx of fantastic small producers coming to the market. 432 more words

Food

Good Food: Charles Chocolates Salty-Sweet Cashew Bar

By Kate Malin

Was there ever a more perfect combination than salty and sweet? In Charles Chocolates Salty-Sweet Cashew Bar, the salty (roasted whole cashew nuts covered in fleur de sel meringue and pure cane sugar) complements the sweet (rich, smooth milk chocolate) for a decadent and balanced bar so fantastic it soon became a best seller, winning over customers right from the start. 257 more words

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My Real (ale) Friend

Product Review: Cleaver and Keg

So, here I am reviewing another meat snack – it’s a hard life being a Food Adventurer!

I now consider myself somewhat of an aficionado when it comes to meat snacking having reviewed a number of different biltongs and jerkies and understood the subtle nuances of the process that have a huge impact on the flavour delivery. 683 more words

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Good Food: Spicemode Madras Sauce

By Kate Malin

Making Indian food can be intimidating for even the most confident home cook. Enter, Spicemode, a small Chicago-based company handcrafting cooking sauces that take the difficulty out of making Indian food at home. 298 more words

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