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Matcha Your Way To A Healthy Life

Matcha Your Way To A Healthy Life

Written by Nicola Brown Among the vast array of teas from all over the world, matcha is perhaps the most interesting. It is the only tea that comes as a powder rather than loose leaf or in bags. Not only is ...

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How To Shop Sustainably In The Spring

How To Shop Sustainably In The Spring

(NC) We all need to eat, so why not consume in a way that protects the environment, promotes personal health and supports rural communities? Shopping sustainably isn’t as hard as you think. By simply changing a few of your purchasing ...

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Tamarind Glazed Chicken Wings

Tamarind Glazed Chicken Wings

By Chris De La Rosa PRIDE Cuisine Specialist While I did plan to share this recipe a while back, it was only after I received a request via Instagram did I actually get in the kitchen with chicken wings and camera ...

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Mom-sourced And Kid-approved: Easy Beef Bulgogi

Mom-sourced And Kid-approved: Easy Beef Bulgogi

(NC) There’s a battle taking place in the kitchens of homes all across Canada. On one side, you have tired parents, and on the other side, picky eaters. Parents just want to provide their kids with a nutritious meal, but ...

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Taste Something New With Thai-style Salad

Taste Something New With Thai-style Salad

(NC) Salads have a host of bountiful nutrients, but it can be easy to get stuck eating the same kind every day. To help get you of this rut, Tom Filippou, executive chef for President’s Choice cooking school, encourages you ...

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Just Like Grandma’s Christmas Roast Turkey

Just Like Grandma’s Christmas Roast Turkey

By Selwyn Richards PRIDE Cuisine Specialist Ingredients 1 (12 pound) whole turkey, thawed 6 tablespoons butter, divided 4 cups warm water 3 tablespoons chicken bouillon 2 tablespoons onion powder 2 tablespoons parsley, chopped fine 2 tablespoons seasoning salt 1 teaspoon ...

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Pastelles: A Caribbean Christmas Tradition

Pastelles: A Caribbean Christmas Tradition

By Chris De La Rosa PRIDE Cuisine Specialist Growing up on the islands pastelles were not on our hit-list for Christmas, as it wasn’t something made by our mom or dad. I do recall the lady who lived a couple ...

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