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Maple syrup, bacon and blueberry bread pudding|
They're tiny but giants in the food world — blueberries pack a powerhouse of health and taste, dazzle and bewitch with their zillion shades of blue, and are perfect fresh or frozen, wild or farmed.
Mix up some Olympic Games-inspired cocktails|
The spirit of the summer Olympics has definitely put everyone into a party mood. Time to celebrate! And, with any party, it’s important to establish the theme right off the bat.
Recipes for the August long weekend|
May has one, July, September and October all have one too - a long weekend with a special occasion Monday. And so does August, but the theme of the day is not so well known as Canada Day or Thanksgiving.
Gordon Ramsay named top earning chef|
With 24 restaurants around the world, 11 Michelin stars, numerous cookbooks, and TV shows, Gordon Ramsay is the top earning chef in the United States, with an estimated global income of $38 million, according to a new list by Forbes.com.
Chocolate can be good for you: EU regulator|
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has ruled that cocoa powder and dark chocolate can help people improve blood circulation - a claim made by Barry Callebaut, the world’s largest maker of chocolate products.
Wine researchers develop hypoallergenic yeast|
People who get a headache after just one glass of wine may have an allergy to certain compounds in the vino, but researchers at the University of British Columbia hope a new strain of yeast will prevent painful hangovers.
Apple, cheddar and bacon pie|
Sobeys is getting into the summer eating season with gusto, with a selection of new foods and food products perfect for indoor and outdoor entertaining ideas.
Celebrating Canada Day Caesar-style|
It wouldn't be Canada Day without a refreshing and creative concoction from the folks at Mott's, makers of the famous Clamato juice, the key ingredient in the Canadian institution known as the Caesar.
Londoners are invited to sample the wares at two new olive oil tasting bars.
Hungry for more|
Every night hundreds of bar-goers pour out of London’s watering holes looking for a late-night bite to eat. With the warmer weather, there are plenty of places to score street meat, shawarmas and pizza slices, but what about the hungry hordes who desire sit-down service and a more substantial menu? Anywhere still open? You bet. The Forest City boasts a handful of downtown restaurants catering to late-night diners. Free Press reporter Dale Carruthers gives the lowdown on three great spots.
Celebrating their craft|
Berries, chocolate, pumpkin and cinnamon, light or dark, heavy or refreshing — take your pick or find a combination but the one thing you’ll find these ingredients and descriptions have in common is beer.
Sample Ontario with the culinary adventure guide|
Summer at last! How about a trip to the beach? A camping weekend? Hiking? I've got a better idea: a day (or more) to explore some of Ontario's tastiest destinations. You get a trip, adventure and fun, plus great eats.
Beer, bacon together at last|
There must have been a point in time when it would have been possible to stop the crushing bacon juggernaut that has rolled over every conceivable product line available to the public.
Food fit for a queen|
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee brings back thoughts of the '50s, and that decade's cooking -- its tuna noodle casserole, jellied salads, and with the advent of electric mixers, the angel food cake. And there are more - three dishes from the 1950s that have stood the test of time - like the queen herself, and they are, the aptly named Queen Elizabeth C
Mon dieu! It's Mondial time|
Montreal's annual Mondial de la biere June 6-10 is always an exciting time for beer drinkers in Canada. Now in its 19th year, the festival has become Canada's, if not North America's, premiere international beer festival. The lineup for this year's festival proves the commitment of event organizers to developing new and interesting activities to en
Make it a mozzarella meal|
With the temperatures rising, the last thing you want to do is to spend time in a hot kitchen -- especially when you have a hankering for pizza and burgers.
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Two guys and their grills|
There are two men who define the purity of grill and barbecue cooking, and they're both Canadians, both incredibly talented — and both really nice guys.