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  • 10 facts about chocolate

    10 facts about chocolate

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 22nd, 2013 5 stars (6)

    Discover 10 facts and/or tidbits about chocolate

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  • 10 facts about maple syrup

    10 facts about maple syrup

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 22nd, 2013 5 stars (5)

    Discover 10 facts and/or tidbits about maple syrup.

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  • 10 facts about mustard

    10 facts about mustard

    By Hélène Laurendeau August 22nd, 2013 5 stars (1)

    Discover 10 facts or tidbits about mustard.

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  • Two-tier food, a reality

    Two-tier food, a reality

    By Hélène Laurendeau May 6th, 2013 5 stars (1)

    Ready-to-eat foods are gaining in popularity. However, you have to be willing to pay top dollar for quality.

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  • Save in the Meat Department

    Save in the Meat Department

    By Christina Blais May 6th, 2013 5 stars (7)

    Meat, poultry and fish are without a doubt the most expensive foods in the shopping cart. Indeed, they represent nearly a quarter of our food spending. To save money, you need to know prices, keep an eye out for deals and take advantage of them.

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  • What is the best oil to cook donuts?

    What is the best oil to cook donuts?

    April 28th, 2013 5 stars (2)

    What kind of oil is best for cooking donuts?

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  • Shepherd’s pie 101

    Shepherd’s pie 101

    By Christina Blais April 21st, 2013 4 stars (5)

    Is there a meal the whole family loves more than shepherd’s pie? This hearty dish came to us from the British Isles (stories vary as to whether it originated in England, Ireland or Scotland). Whatever its origins, shepherd’s pie has become a go-to recipe to satisfy hungry families.

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  • How to keep well-coloured fruit and vegetables

    How to keep well-coloured fruit and vegetables

    By Christina Blais March 4th, 2013 5 stars (1)

    Have you ever noticed that fruit and vegetables change colour when cooked? Blueberries turn green in muffins, broccoli becomes yellowish in pasta salad, braised red cabbage turns blue…

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  • All About Shrimp

    All About Shrimp

    By Christina Blais January 23rd, 2013 5 stars (9)

    Shrimp is more popular than ever. We like to eat it as a cold appetizer or grilled on the barbecue. An occasional luxury product in the past, shrimp has practically become an inexpensive staple. But are all products on the market worth it? Why do some varieties require a lot of water to be cooked? Why does it turn from grey to pink after cooking? We’ve got answers to your questions.

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  • Sunshine cuisine

    Sunshine cuisine

    By Ricardo October 23rd, 2012

    Mexican cuisine is a central part of the Latino fever conquering North America. This new enthusiasm is global and will surely leave its mark on our plates...

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