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Donna Dooher, president and CEO of Restaurants Canada, is shown in this undated handout image. Artisanal and house-made items are topping a chefs'...
Feb 10, 2016 | Add Comment

Craft beers, house-made items tops among chefs

Passion for suds puts craft beer at No. 1 on Canadian chefs survey

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Ordering a McDonald's kale salad? Just get the Big Mac

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‘Can I still eat this?’ From yogurt cups to frozen pork chops

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Why you can't always get what you want at the grocery store

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Luxury status hasn't gone to cauliflower's head

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DurhamRegion.com | Add Comment | by Zoe McKnight
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Explore the spicy history of chili — then put a spin on it

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OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Andrea Gordon
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Etobicoke teens cut in Chopped Canada finale

Two Etobicoke teens’ experience as competitors in Chopped Canada’s Teen Tournament finale taught them hard work breeds...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Dec 07, 2015

Celebrate Hanukkah with these shareable recipes

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Canadian poet Susan Musgrave on Haida Gwaii food and bank-robbing husband Stephen Reid

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Helping the planet by loving ugly vegetables

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Nov 29, 2015

Canadian scientist thrilled to the gills by U.S. approval of genetically modified salmon

After a two-decade wait, the FDA recently approved the AquAdvantage salmon for sale in the U.S. Canadian scientist Garth...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Nov 03, 2015

Toronto police continue to investigate after thumb tack found in Halloween chocolate bar

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Why ‘fun size’ candies are ‘the worst size of all’

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Daughter’s hair loss inspired Mary Jo Eustace to write gluten-free cookbook

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