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5 Pilsners to try right now|
One of the most interesting things to happen at the Great American Beer Festival in 2013 was the gold medal win by California's Firestone Walker for their Pivo Pils.
Wine taps 'outside the box'
If you're serious about food or wine (or have a healthy appetite for either) you know the key to learning is tasting. It's a process of figuring out what you like and why.
DIY: Make three easy and tasty quickbreads|
There should be a spring in our step by now - longer days, more sunshine and a let's-get-outside sort of feel. But the bitter cold triggers a desire to nest in the comfort of the kitchen, and delay navigating snowy roads to later in the season.
Muscat grapes gets special attention at Lailey Vineyard|
"I've added a new SKU," Derek Barnett says sheepishly. Always one to follow his passion, the winemaker at Lailey Vineyard couldn't resist doing something special with the Muscat grapes grown at the Niagara-on-the-Lake estate in 2012.
See California wines in a new light|
Things are afoot in California. The Golden State's wines are enjoying huge success with Canadian wine lovers who are embracing a growing number of lifestyle brands as well as more serious, traditional wines.
Matters of taste influence the wines we buy|
It didn't take long after joining the staff at the Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute at Brock University before I realized that every invitation to taste wine wasn't always going to be pleasurable.
The season for salads|
Summer is salad season. Produce is at its peak, and with the hot weather, salads give us a break from yet another hot thing -- supper. There's another benefit. Salads, especially ones made with legumes and grains, are fridge friendly, lasting a few days. And they make dandy lunches to enjoy somewhere nice -- visualize a park bench under a spreading
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