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Food Review: A languorous Lebanese lunch

Known to be one of the healthiest, Lebanese cuisine is also high on flavour and palate. The Middle-Eastern delicacies are a gourmet’s delight and Executive Oriental Head Chef, Ali El…

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Vancouver Islanders converting front yards to food production

Since smothering his front lawn with a layer of brown cardboard and six inches of soil in 2014, Gary MacDougall and family have grown so much food they often have…

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Did Italian food even exist before Eataly?

Before Eataly, the only place in Canada to buy Italian food was that time in the late 1980s when McDonald’s sold pizza. That’s the general vibe of hype surrounding the…

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8 Thoughtful Gift Ideas for the Picky Food Lovers on Your Christmas List

We’re a pretty satisfied bunch, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t covetous. Sometimes we see things out there that we just must have. Cool Things We Want is an archive of those…

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by Chloe brings Vegan Fast Food to Toronto

Vegan restaurants are all the rage these days and Toronto has been the home of some of the latest and greatest in the game. Most recently, US based and fast-food…

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Independent Grocer calling on residents to support Annual Holiday Food Drive – My Yellowknife Now

Many Yellowknife residents are worrying about how to keep food on the table and kitchen cupboards full during the holiday season when there are so many other expenses to think…

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Fearful for their dinner plate: Young people concerned about food sustainability

Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs APTN News Mariah MacDonald does not have access to the same foods as her ancestors did a generation before her. “I’m anxious,” she said. “With climate change you…

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ALDRICH: Expect to pay more for food in 2020 | Winnipeg Sun

Manitobans will need to brace for a higher food bill in this coming year. According to Canada’s Food Price Report 2020 produced by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University,…

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7 things to know about the IEOA Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive happening this Saturday

IEOA Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive – Photo by Itkasanimages This story is present by: Are you ready for another year of loud, exciting Christmas action? The annual IEOA…

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Peanuts, eggs may prevent food allergies in infants

London: Researchers have found that introducing peanuts and eggs to high-risk babies as early as three months could prevent them from developing allergies to those foods in later life. According…

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Canadian families could pay nearly $500 more for food in 2020: report

Canadian families could pay an extra $487 for food next year, according to a report released by two universities Wednesday. The report, which was released jointly by the Dalhousie University…

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Food prices forecast to rise 2% to 4% in 2020: Report | Canadian Grocer

Grocery bills are going to take a bigger bite out of Canadians’ household budgets in 2020. Food prices are expected to increase 2% to 4%, according to the 10th annual…

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Dawn Morrison to Speak on Indigenous Food Security at Next ‘Ubuntu Talks’

The GOODS from Ubuntu Canteen Vancouver, BC | As part of our monthly discussion series Ubuntu Talks, we will be chatting with Dawn Morrison, Founder, Chair and Coordinator of the…

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Lethbridge College embraces the spirit of giving with Food for Fines Campaign – Lethbridge | Globalnews.ca

Re-stocking the shelves of the Lethbridge College Student Association (LCSA) Food Bank has become a little easier this holiday season with the return of the Food for Fines Campaign. “Without…

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6 gourmet gifts for all the food-lovers you know

1 of 7 2 of 7 The festive season can be hectic, and it’s not always easy finding the right gift for family and friends. When in doubt, default to…

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Food bank use on the rise across the province | CBC News

Food bank use on the rise across the province More people across the province are turning to food banks for help over the holidays. Social Sharing ‘After they use their…

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Calgary kids learn skills for life through Kid Food Nation program – Calgary | Globalnews.ca

One by one, Billie Schultz leads a group of students through a supplies check-list. “Everyone has a bowl, right? Check?” Schultz asks. “Check!” the 10 students answer in unison. It…

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‘Anything would help’: Food insecurity an ongoing struggle for rural hamlets | Fort McMurray Today

Anzac is the only rural hamlet south of Fort McMurray with a proper grocery store. But that doesn’t always mean the options are cheap or plentiful Alicia Smith says she…

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Darna Bistroquet winning fans for its comfort food and homey atmosphere | Montreal Gazette

**1/2 out of **** 1106 Beaubien St. E. (at Christophe-Colomb Ave.); 514-273-1106; darnabistroquet.com Accessibility: A couple of steps up Price: entrees $10-$17; mains $13-$25; desserts $10 Ratings are from one…

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Tiger travels 1,300 kilometres in search of mate, food | CTV News

A tiger in India travelled 1,300 kilometres (807 miles) in search of a mate — the longest such walk ever recorded by a big cat in India, according to researchers….

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668,000 Americans to lose food stamp benefits under new Trump administration rules – National | Globalnews.ca

Hundreds of thousands of Americans who rely on the federal food stamp program will lose their benefits under a new Trump administration rule that will tighten work requirements for recipients….

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Indonesian food a virtual reality for London diners | The London Free Press

Kimi and Anthony Abdullah are achieving a few firsts for the London restaurant scene. The brother and sister duo have launched London’s first fully Indonesia restaurant and it exists only…

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Dining Out: Bella’s Boys food shop keeps legacy and dishes of their mother’s bistro alive | Ottawa Citizen

Bella’s Boys Italian Kitchen and Food Shop 250 Greenbank Rd., Unit 12, 613-695-1900, bellas.caOpen: Monday to Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 10…

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Halifax restaurateur who pioneered city’s slow food scene dies at 59 | CBC News

Leo Christakos was always trying something new.  From opening a high-end burger joint in Gus’ Pub to introducing Halifax to the slow food movement, he’s being remembered as someone who was…

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Meat-eaters, vegetarians to share food price pain | Vancouver Sun

Meat-eaters will have it the worst, but vegetarians will share their pain as British Columbians will pay more for food in the coming year. Again. Canadians should expect seafood and…

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Ontarians with full and part-time jobs increasingly using food banks: Report – Canadian Manufacturing

December 3, 2019 by Michelle McQuigge PHOTO: Food bank/via Flickr TORONTO – The organization overseeing Ontario’s food banks says residents with full and part-time jobs are increasingly reaching out for…

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Food Insecurity In Zimbabwe

Following a visit to Zimbabwe from November 18 – 28, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Hilal Elver, released a report of her findings on the ongoing…

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Food safety regulator cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall – Canadian Manufacturing

December 2, 2019 by Aleksandra Sagan The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has cancelled the licenses of three companies tied to a massive meat recall that ensnared nearly 900 beef and…

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CFIA cancels licences of three food companies in massive meat recall – PLANT

OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has cancelled the licenses of three companies tied to a massive meat recall that ensnared nearly 900 beef and veal products, stopping the…

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‘Looking for the local experience’: Food a growing part of Maritimes tourism | Globalnews.ca

The Maritime provinces have long drawn people seeking beaches and beautiful scenery, but now chefs, brewmasters and tourism operators in the Maritimes are increasing efforts to cultivate and promote food…

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