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  • Vegging Out at the RICARDO Urban Garden

    Vegging Out at the RICARDO Urban Garden

    August 28th, 2019 5 stars (1)

    Wondering what to do with all the vegetables you’ve been growing? Here are our suggestions, inspired by the harvest from our own garden at RICARDO.

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  • Welcome to the Urban Jungle

    Welcome to the Urban Jungle

    May 14th, 2017 5 stars (2)

    There’s a lot to love about RICARDO Media’s headquarters but a favourite is our rooftop garden. At first, the steady stream of sun-ripened tomatoes and sweet strawberries was just another office perk, but today it’s growing into a passion shared by all. If we can grow a garden on a bare rooftop, you can, too—just let Ricardo and horticulturist Antoine Trottier help you lay the groundwork.

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  • Pizza in all its forms
  • 12 basic ingredients for Chinese or Vietnamese cuisine

    12 basic ingredients for Chinese or Vietnamese cuisine

    By Brigitte Coutu January 15th, 2012 5 stars (1)

    Asian grocery stores are a source of inviting aromas and spicy, sweet or sweet and sour flavours. Since not everyone lives near a fine food or Asian grocery store, we offer you some attractive alternatives. Today, many supermarkets have an Asian food section. Feel free to ask your grocer to add products to your store’s selection.

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  • Valentine’s Day, finger food frenzy…
  • Christmas Spices

    Christmas Spices

    By Pierre Gingras November 14th, 2010 5 stars (5)

    We love them all year round. However, the scent of cinnamon, nutmeg, juniper and clove traditionally fill the air during the holiday season. It wouldn’t be Christmas without the aroma of fragrant gingerbread or the taste of eggnog with zip. Let some spicy seasonings liven up your sweet or salty dishes during the holidays.

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  • A coffee affair

    A coffee affair

    By Frédérique Laliberté August 22nd, 2010 5 stars (4)

    In Canada, it's estimated that 67 per cent of adults drink an average of three cups of coffee every day. But how many of them drink good coffee? To choose, prepare and store coffee is an art and a pleasure we'd like to introduce to our readers so that you can truly appreciate your coffee, cup after cup.

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  • A rainy day with friends

    A rainy day with friends

    May 17th, 2009

    It’s raining cats and dogs? Don’t let the weather get you down... Bring out the rubber boots, raincoat, hat and get going! Bring the indoors outside and, most of all, have fun!

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  • The spring garden: planting and transplanting

    The spring garden: planting and transplanting

    By Pierre Gingras May 12th, 2009 5 stars (1)

    Starting planting and transplanting

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