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A Quick Bite with Soo Kim, Canadian Living Test Kitchen Guru

Our columnist (with the beauty product addiction), Katherine Flemming is back with another installment of A Quick Bite With. Today she unravels the mystery of what it’s like to live

Vegetables

Pumpkin and Sage Cannelloni

Every fall we visit a local farm. It’s one of my most favorite days of the year as a family. Since it’s just down the street from my in-laws cottage,

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Farm Week: What’s So Great About…Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are available all year round, but I tend to think about them and use them more often as pumpkins adorn Thanksgiving table tops and front door stoops. Also

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What’s So Bad About High Fructose Corn Syrup

Our sweet and eloquent Heidi Pyper is back this week to discuss the sticky situation of High Fructose Corn Syrup. We couldn’t resist hitting this topic as we’re all making

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Mini-Week, What’s So Great About: Black Beans

I’m new here on SPC. but if you keep coming back, you’ll see I have a few ideas about food. I am not a vegetarian, but I am (ever so

Nutrition

Thanksgiving Week: What’s So Great About Cranberries?

Get this:  there’s a Cranberry Institute. How cool is a berry that has its own institute? (Do all berries have their own institute? I should look into that.) When you

Nutrition

What’s So Bad About: Deli Meat

Our fearless columnist, Heidi, is back with the skinny on deli meats and their no-so-great additives. We’re not talking about your freshly shaved from the bone, New York deli sandwich

Nutrition

What’s So Great About Tomatoes?

What’s So Great About Tomatoes? I have never, not ever, met a child who will eat a tomato.  Except for Esme, that is. I don’t know how Ceri did it.

Nutrition

What’s So Great About Quinoa?

I’m happy to introduce a new column to SPC: What’s So Great About…. by Heidi Pyper. Regular readers of the blog know Heidi and her gorgeous family. Every week she’ll

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No More Broken Plates

Look at that face. That is, so clearly, not the face of a boy who will sit nicely and be fed. No waiting like a chump for the spoon to