Food

Tuesday’s Chefly Eggs + Toast
Who doesn't love breakfast for dinner? All you need is a jar of tomato sauce, some eggs and a handful of spinach to make this dish.
Sep 01, 2015 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

Four fast meals to help you survive the first week of school

Jennifer Bain

If you've got kids going back to school next week, you may need these four fast meals to get you...

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News | Aug 25, 2015
Cake poutine

Try cake poutine at CNE courtesy of Humber College baking grads

Two Humber College students are getting in on the CNE’s fun food craze this year. Their entry – cake poutine. But...

Etobicoke Guardian
News | Aug 20, 2015
Exhibition

The Canadian National Exhibition has new and returning attractions to check out

As the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) puts its final touches on the park, the excitement is building as it gears up to...

North York Mirror | by Hilary Caton
News | Aug 19, 2015
Exhibition

The CNE opens Friday with new food including bacon-wrapped grilled cheese from Bacon Nation and deep-fried cheesecake from Pickled Pete’s

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) has revealed its lineup of new foods and it’s epic. The selection this year is...

North York Mirror
Life | Jul 21, 2015
McDonald's secret menu

How to order a McGangBang at McDonald’s; just ask for the ‘secret menu’

The Land, Sea and Air burger and the McGangBang are both available at McDonald’s . . . if you know to ask for them:...

OurWindsor.Ca
Columns | Jul 19, 2015
Ingredients

New cookbook Good and Cheap celebrates inexpensive meals

Learn to make chocolate zucchini muffins from Good and Cheap, the new book that helps people eat well on very low budgets

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Bain
News | Jul 02, 2015

Frozen chicken nuggets, strips, burgers recalled

You may want to check your frozen breaded chicken products before you pop them into the oven as a number of No Name and...

North York Mirror
May 29, 2015

She Simmers blogger’s new cookbook tweaks Thai dishes for North American kitchens

Learn how to make chicken soup with fresh turmeric, lemongrass and galangal.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain
May 28, 2015

U.S. author tells Canada’s senate the national food guide is failing us

U.S. author tells Canada’s senate the national food guide is failing us

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
May 21, 2015

When Ontario asparagus shows up in stores, you know it’s finally spring

Foodies herald the arrival of spring with Ontario asparagus. Here are four great things to do with your bounty

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Apr 09, 2015

Tim Hortons introduces Nutella baked goods

The coffee chain is unveiling a series of donuts and pastries in Canada inspired by the chocolate-hazelnut spread Nutella.

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Apr 03, 2015

Five culinary Easter traditions from around the world

While chocolate bunnies will be hopping into homes across Canada over Easter weekend, countries around the world celebrate...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Daniela Piteo
Mar 22, 2015

The Big Fat Surprise author Nina Teicholz says fear of fat has cost us our waistlines

The author of a new book explains how our fear of fat has made us gain weight

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Mar 20, 2015

Canada approves non-browning Arctic apples

A month after U.S. authorities approved two varieties of the world’s first genetically modified Arctic apple, Canada has done...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Feb 25, 2015

Dundas authors Reble and Staudinger juice their way to Amazon bestseller lists

A 40-day juice cleanse last June has led to a number-one spot on multiple international Amazon bestseller lists for Rebecca...

InsideHalton.com | Add Comment | by Debra Downey
Feb 14, 2015

United States OKs Canadian grown non-browning GMO apples

Okanagan Specialty Fruits two genetically modified apples — Arctic Golden and Arctic Granny — are deregulated by the United...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Feb 06, 2015

Is corn smut Canada’s new truffle?

Mexicans have long loved huitlacoche, a mushroom-like fungus that randomly infects corn. At Trent University, researchers are...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain

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