Book Review: Great Canadian Masters

Book Review: Great Canadian Masters

Great Canadian Masters cookbook features recipes inspired by iconic Canadian paintings  This is Canada’s year to celebrate 150 years! The cookbook Great Canadian Masters, from the Canadian Museums Association, celebrates two different aspects of Canadian...
Open That Bottle: Linda Olsen

Open That Bottle: Linda Olsen

Global Calgary News Anchor Linda Olsen on the wine she saves for a special occasion  Linda Olsen’s parents left their native Denmark in 1957 for adventure in Canada, with her father recruited as an electrician to help build the west. Despite opportunities to go to...
How to picnic like a pro

How to picnic like a pro

There’s no doubt about it — summer is officially here. The blue skies and the sun’s rays invite us to linger on the green grasses. We bring our blankets, a good book to read or a ball to throw around the park. And before you know it, you’re hungry!  Eating outside...
Discover Nova Scotia Wines

Discover Nova Scotia Wines

Come on a journey to discover Nova Scotia wines  It’s very easy to get excited about Nova Scotia’s wine and culinary scene; the generous hospitality, the wealth of outstanding local ingredients – particularly seafood – and a whole province awaits with...
Chefs’ Tips: Making The Perfect Paella At Home

Chefs’ Tips: Making The Perfect Paella At Home

Dating back to the early 1800s, classic paella consists of saffron-scented rice cooked in a shallow skillet with rabbit, chicken, snails (yes, snails!) and three types of beans.   These days, tinkering with the recipe and adding your own flair seems to be inherent in...

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