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Watermelon is full of surprises. For summertime fun, try these unusual recipes

Nothing hits the spot at an outdoor gathering quite like a beautiful slice of sweet, juicy watermelon — a perfect food to toss into a salad or eat on its own, with an edible rind that makes you want to pickle. 1,195 more words

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A colourful, low-calorie fettuccine dish with roasted peppers, rosemary and olives

Red bell peppers are plentiful from greenhouses and farms down south, so it’s not too soon to splurge and broil some of them until blackened, remove the charred skins and use them in recipes. 453 more words

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Barbecued beef brisket and smoky beans perfect for feeding a crowd

There’s no better way to celebrate summer than by entertaining outdoors and embracing the smoky mouth-watering tastes of a delicious grilled feast.

Now that summer has officially greeted us, the time to spend at the cabin with family and friends is just around the corner. 490 more words

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Need a break from the grill? Try these pan-fried po'boys

Need a break from the grill? Probably not, but it’s still good to remember that there are classic summer foods that don’t need an open flame to be delicious. 433 more words

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ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen: embrace summer with barbecued brisket

There’s no better way to celebrate summer than by entertaining outdoors and embracing the smoky mouth-watering tastes of a delicious grilled feast.

Now that summer has officially greeted us, the time to spend at the cabin with family and friends is just around the corner. 549 more words

Food And Cooking

Four cooking tips from Chef Josh Wolfe to make your summer camping vacation tasty

By Powder Matt Mosteller

Summer is here. Many of us have not even nailed down what we are doing yet. Don’t delay. Camping is coming back, old-school cool, and the benefits abound, from nature time to un-plugged, real social time. 335 more words

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Bread that's day-old is solid gold: Portuguese Bread Soup, Rhubarb Betty make the most of an old loaf

Several years ago, I worked for a couple of different bakers at farmers markets, selling bread and fielding questions, which were most often about storage. What folks wanted to know was how to keep bread fresh for as long as possible — how best to stave off a loaf’s inevitable loss of moisture and aroma. 2,432 more words

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