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  • Ashley Terrell
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Fall In Love With Passionfruit!!

    Fall In Love With Passionfruit!!

    Passionfruit has never been the fruit I knew much about. Outside of apples, bananas, pineapple, honeydew, cantaloupe, and oranges, I didn't know many other fruits when I was growing up.
  • James Pattinson
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Best Sandwiches in Richmond Hill
  • David Blackpool
    Published about 12 hours ago
    The 16 Best Burgers in Richmond Hill
  • Liam Neil
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Simple Oat Milk Recipe (not slimy)

    Simple Oat Milk Recipe (not slimy)

    Amongst the many changes we were making to go low waste, we decided to change our milk to a plant based alternative.
  • Vanessa Hernandez
    Published about 16 hours ago
    How I Became an Instant Pot Owner

    How I Became an Instant Pot Owner

    So, I decided to join the “Instant Pot Club”. I purchased the six-quart pot for $79.99, and I must admit that it was a very good investment. Before I bought the Instant Pot I hated cooking because it took to much time to make any amazing meal. On top of that my little family is created of picky eaters. I for one like many different types of foods which causes conflict at mealtime.
  • Jacki Grimaldi
    Published about 17 hours ago
    Have you ever had a mouthwatering burger? Not till you've been here.

    Have you ever had a mouthwatering burger? Not till you've been here.

    Let’s take it back to the birth of the cheeseburger. I know we’re all imagining a fat, juicy, cheesy as all hell burger. Don’t forget to add a cold beer to that. Possibly a shot of Fernet Branca. 80/20 Kaelin’s has a perfect amount of beers on tap, and it’s always changing. You can grab anything from Stroh’s in a bottle to a local like Goodwood Two Live Brew (just released) all the way to ‘Cheetah’ by Rhinegeist over in Cincinnati.
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  • Paisley Hansen
    Published a day ago
    The Benefits of Going Vegan

    The Benefits of Going Vegan

    Many have heard about going vegan and some of the health benefits that it can have, but may think that it's mainly just a way to lose weight. While this can be one of the top benefits of choosing to live a vegan lifestyle, the truth is that it can have many more benefits than that. If you're considering going vegan, or simply think you might like to try eating vegan meals once in a while, here are some things that going vegan can do for you.
  • Heather Astbury
    Published 2 days ago
    How I learned to cook lobster in lockdown

    How I learned to cook lobster in lockdown

    WARNING – this content may be offensive to vegetarians, vegans and friends of lobsters.
  • Annie Crockett
    Published 4 days ago
    What's the Big Dill About Pickles?

    What's the Big Dill About Pickles?

    Did you know that in Connecticut, for a pickle to be considered a pickle it must bounce? In addition, contrary to popular belief, cucumbers are actually a fruit because it has seeds within itself and grows from a flower. Just looking at a jar of pickles can make one’s mouth water, but have you ever stopped and thought about pickles on a deeper level? Why do pickles have a satisfying crunch? When were pickled cucumbers first made? What makes a pickle a pickle? From the right pH level to the modern-day pickle purpose, there’s a lot more that goes into pickles than you could have ever thought. Although pickles seem like a simple garnish, they have been a necessary food for centuries, and the misconceptions about them only increase human fascination with these pungent fruits.
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  • Amber Van Wort
    Published 5 days ago
    The Bread Diaries: I've Bun Defeated

    The Bread Diaries: I've Bun Defeated

    If there’s anything I’ve learned in my six months as an average, self-appointed quarantine chef, it’s that some recipes no matter how easy they appear will get the best of you.
  • Prince Gray
    Published 16 days ago
    If Mexican Cornbread was a spirit animal!

    If Mexican Cornbread was a spirit animal!

    If Mexican cornbread was a spirit animal.
  • Tim D
    Published 19 days ago
    My first time cooking Chicken Hearts

    My first time cooking Chicken Hearts

    I love to try new foods. Eating them, cooking them, learning about them, and enjoying them(mostly). Early on in my life outside the parents' home I realized I enjoyed more expensive tastes. Sadly my budget did not match my taste. Instead I used the basic cooking skills my parents had taught me plus the internet and books to learn to cook the foods I enjoyed. Sometimes I have mastered a recipe to restaurant quality perfection, but sadly just as often there are those that I have really messed up. Last night, I messed up a new one: chicken hearts.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published a day ago
    All You Need to Know About Gluten

    All You Need to Know About Gluten

    If you read a lot of labels on food in the grocery store, then you are bound to see some items as gluten-free. In fact, you may know people who do not consume gluten or cannot eat it. Maybe you are one of the people who can’t eat gluten either. What is gluten and how can you determine what foods have it and what foods don’t have it?
  • Stephen Stevie Cole
    Published 12 days ago
    Magical meals

    Magical meals

    Around the world, and throughout history, communal meals have played an invaluable role in religious and spiritual life. From the Jewish Passover, to the Christian Eucharist, to the offering of food to various shrines and idols, to the "cakes & ale" of modern Wicca. Food is a gift from the divine, in earthly form, a picture of death and rebirth, and a proof to the faithful of the protection and provision they receive as their reward. And the ideal way to have a good time together with your spiritual family.
  • angie fernando
    Published 26 days ago
    See You at Crystal Cove

    See You at Crystal Cove

    2020 has been a freak show on the nerves, to be vague and precise. Thus, it’s largely unstrange that this year’s Halloween will be of no ordinary occasion. You heard right, a full Blue “Hunter’s Moon” (that’s actually red in color, aka “Blood” or “Sanguine”) is heading our way. Although it's a popular belief that a full moon occurs on the 31st every so often, one hasn’t made an appearance since the 40s. Even more eerie is the fact that the ripe lunar phase will be visible, for this one rare night, across the entire globe.
Healthy
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Fall In Love With Passionfruit!!

    Fall In Love With Passionfruit!!

    Passionfruit has never been the fruit I knew much about. Outside of apples, bananas, pineapple, honeydew, cantaloupe, and oranges, I didn't know many other fruits when I was growing up.
  • Micheal Vaughn
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Find Healthy Recipes

    How to Find Healthy Recipes

    Healthy recipes are the best way to ensure you have an effective and easy way to make meals that can help you lose weight in a safe and natural way. If you're going to put together a diet plan that has ***healthy recipes on it, make sure that it also has a variety of other healthy meals that will give you some type of variety when it comes to food.
  • Natosha J Selsky
    Published 3 days ago
    Tomatoes

    Tomatoes

    Tomatoes
History
  • Call Me. Ishmael
    Published a day ago
    Cup of Love

    Cup of Love

    Cup of Love
  • Annie Crockett
    Published 4 days ago
    Chili, America's Oldest Addiction

    Chili, America's Oldest Addiction

    Since the 17th century, Chili has captivated the hearts and stomachs of millions of Americans and was even deemed the state food of Texas in 1977. When chili was first made the hearty stew was known as chili con carne, meaning a spicy stew contains beef, beans, and tomatoes. Believe it or not, chili use to only be a tender beef in a red soup base, and over many years the iconic cowboy dish evolved to have many different additives, including beans. Due to chili’s captivating and deep history, chili now takes many forms, but as long as the dish is slow-cooked and made with a creative spirit, anyone can find a version that fulfills them.
  • Annie Crockett
    Published 4 days ago
    The Untold Story of Banana Bread

    The Untold Story of Banana Bread

    The Untold Story of Banana Bread
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  • Angelica Pasquali
    Published 9 days ago
    Sweet Holidays

    Sweet Holidays

    As the colder weather creeps upon the year, comfort food and sacred holiday recipes come to the table.
  • Mitchel Dane
    Published 13 days ago
    5 Reasons You Should Meal Prep

    5 Reasons You Should Meal Prep

    I should start this article with the statement that I am in no way a nutritionist or expert but I have seen a great deal of benefit to my daily life by following the principals and structure of meal-prepping and if this article does anything, I hope it encourages you to seek more knowledge on the topic!
  • Olivia Kristy
    Published 14 days ago
    
The Best Way To Brew A Pot Of Coffee

    The Best Way To Brew A Pot Of Coffee

    Coffee is just so refreshing, isn't it? You may wonder how you can enjoy your coffee differently than you do. Be sure that you haven't explored every option available to you. Continue reading to find out just how you can spice up that next cup of joe in the morning.
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  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 12 days ago
    What Is Breadfruit?

    What Is Breadfruit?

    When I was introduced to breadfruit, I saw it on Christina Milan's Instagram. I was intrigued by her Instagram post when she sliced into the bright, yet mellow green skin vegetable exposing the pale yellow whitish interior. As she was perplexed on if she could or should eat the vegetable, Milan expressed she enjoyed tasting breadfruit for the first time.
  • Something Complicated
    Published about a month ago
    The Coconut Tree

    The Coconut Tree

    Coconut palms are extremely popular and valuable because they have helped to sustain life in this part of the planet since the dawn of time. However, they are an invasive species and once established on an island, they start to take over. They have the ability to thrive in inhospitable environments, reach high altitudes, and produce dozens of coconuts year after year - 24 / 7. Coconut palms, however, are invasive and the culmination of a species, as they reach higher altitudes, thrive more easily, and tend to be more resistant to disease than their larger relatives. The dwarf coconut palm is a popular choice for planting palm trees in homes, gardens and parks because it is more susceptible to disease than its larger relative.
  • Chelsi Ved
    Published 2 months ago
    From farm to fork: The journey of your food!

    From farm to fork: The journey of your food!

    After a day full of work when we sit at the dining table and look at that plate of food, it brings a smile on our face. We all are working hard day and night just for living and food is a necessity for survival. But have you ever wondered how this food comes from the farm to fork?
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  • Vanessa Hernandez
    Published about 16 hours ago
    How I Became an Instant Pot Owner

    How I Became an Instant Pot Owner

    So, I decided to join the “Instant Pot Club”. I purchased the six-quart pot for $79.99, and I must admit that it was a very good investment. Before I bought the Instant Pot I hated cooking because it took to much time to make any amazing meal. On top of that my little family is created of picky eaters. I for one like many different types of foods which causes conflict at mealtime.
  • Kailee Harrington
    Published 16 days ago
    DavidsTea First impression

    DavidsTea First impression

    A couple of weeks ago I had the chance to buy myself some DavidsTea. Davids Tea for those who are unaware, is a place with a tea for all. Any flavour you can think theres a 90 percent chance they’ll have it or be able to find you something close to it.
  • Victoria Lehew
    Published 16 days ago
    Cast Iron Magic

    Cast Iron Magic

    The versatility of a good cast iron skillet is what drew me to them a few years ago. I remember my parents using cast iron skillets and Dutch ovens when we would go camping as a kid, but I did not own my first one until two years ago. Some very nice friends found a few while thrifting and cleaned them up for me. I was intimidated at first, but after using it once and realizing how easy it was to clean, I was hooked. I know own a set of 4 skillets and 2 Dutch ovens and I’ve never looked back!
Recipe
  • Liam Neil
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Simple Oat Milk Recipe (not slimy)

    Simple Oat Milk Recipe (not slimy)

    Amongst the many changes we were making to go low waste, we decided to change our milk to a plant based alternative.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published about 18 hours ago
    Coconut, Cinnamon and Pear Pie

    Coconut, Cinnamon and Pear Pie

    Of course, you probably know me very well for invading Vocal with my film studies stuff and articles entitled ‘a filmmaker’s guide’. I have often explained that I love to bake as well. Since I was young, I have loved the idea, the creativity and the relaxation of baking different things. I love to make macarons, layer cakes and gingerbread in particular and the activity of it really gets me away from my laptop (where I’m sure you know that I spend most of my life). So, I hope you enjoy me talking about what I bake and why I bake it complete with pictures (if not very good) of me actually baking, my baked goods in the process of being created and when they’re finished. I’m really happy to share this with you. And if you like, you can show me your baking (yes, I spend a lot of time writing, but I also spend a lot of time reading other people’s articles!), I would love to see it. Since I was in school, I was always interested in creating things, whether that be pieces of writing, welding things to make small statues or baking foods and making sweets (candy, if you’re American). I hope you enjoy looking at some of the stuff that has honestly kept me sane, because I seem to be going slightly mad.
  • Paula C. Henderson
    Published a day ago
    BREAKFAST SALAD RECIPES

    BREAKFAST SALAD RECIPES

    The fruits and vegetables included in the following recipes are naturally gluten free, dairy free, soy free and nightshade free making these recipes anti-inflammatory, fresh and healthy.
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  • Michel Ahbs
    Published 7 days ago
    How to Find Restaurants in Singapore

    How to Find Restaurants in Singapore

    If you are a foodie and you are in Singapore for a visit, you are in luck. The city happens to be as diverse with its food as it is with its culture and technology giving you a well-rounded experience into the city-state and experiencing it. The thing about finding the best restaurants in Singapore is that while it can be a luxury 5-star restaurant with Michelin stars it could also be a small hole-in-the-wall. You are better off going by cuisine instead.
  • Beni Restea
    Published 7 days ago
    Food Culture in Houston Texas

    Food Culture in Houston Texas

    One of the cities with the greatest restaurant scenes of all time is Houston. In 1998, the USA Today newspaper referred to Houston TX as “the dining-out capital of the US” because it’s residents eat at restaurants more often than locals in any other city in America. Houston also prides itself on having one of the lowest dining out prices amongst other major US cities restaurants.
  • C Y Gopinath
    Published 10 days ago
    What Mrs Ehlwe cooked

    What Mrs Ehlwe cooked

    I doubt if you'll ever meet the modest woman with sparkling eyes who cooked this meal for me. For sure, this is not a recipe you'd find in any cookbook, even an Egyptian one. She conjured the meal up seemingly in minutes and out of nowhere for a surprise guest who had audaciously invited himself to lunch
Vegan
  • Something Complicated
    Published 17 days ago
    Veganism

    Veganism

    It is easy to get the impression that a vegan diet is expensive, especially given all the high-priced vegan products on the shelves of grocery stores in America. But the reality is that the cost of a vegan diet depends a lot on your preference and shopping list. Ultimately, the true cost of a vegan lifestyle depends heavily on your personal shopping decision.
  • Carina Paladino
    Published 21 days ago
    17 best vegan milks and why you should alternate them
  • Gabriella
    Published 2 months ago
    Peruvian-Style Tamales - Vegan and Gluten-Free

    Peruvian-Style Tamales - Vegan and Gluten-Free

    If you are interested in trending foods, Latin-American cuisine or just like to try something new, chances are you have heard of “Tamales”. Pretty much every country in Latin America has their own version of Tamales, Hallacas or Humitas, a corn based steamed dough with a filling. The singular form is Tamal and not as often erroneously referred to as Tamale.