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How to Make Easy Chocolate Fondue How to Make Easy Chocolate Fondue
Melting a few ingredients together to make fondue is an easy way to feed unexpected guests over the holidays. Chef Corbin Tomaszeski demonstrates how to prepare "retro raspberry ripple" chocolate fondue.
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Try a Peachy Twist on the Caesar Cocktail for Canada Day Try a Peachy Twist on the Caesar Cocktail for Canada Day
The Caesar - a cocktail made with clamato juice, vodka and Worcestershire sauce - is a Canadian classic. This Canada Day try a "peachy keen Caesar" that uses tequila and peach nectar.
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Culinary Coach: A Healthy Burger Idea for Summer Culinary Coach: A Healthy Burger Idea for Summer
TV chef Corbin Tomaszeski shows how to put a healthy twist on the iconic burger.
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Canada Day Barbecue Classics You Won't Even Recognize Canada Day Barbecue Classics You Won't Even Recognize
Every year London's Trafalgar Square hosts a massive Canada Day party. Executive chef Marc St. Jacques is bringing Canadian barbecue classics like deviled eggs and elk sausage -- with a twist -- across the pond for the bash.
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How Maple Syrup Is Made, the Old-Fashioned Way How Maple Syrup Is Made, the Old-Fashioned Way
A Quebec company still uses traditional methods to make mouthwatering maple syrup, saying the labour-intensive process creates something special. Check out how it's done.
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Food Trends to Expect in 2013 Food Trends to Expect in 2013
What's cooking in 2013? Alison Fryer of The Cookbook Store in Toronto predicts Middle Eastern cuisine, gluten-free foods and vegan cooking will be popular in the new year.
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How to Make a Canadian-Style Eggnog How to Make a Canadian-Style Eggnog
Top Edmonton chef Brad Smoliak reveals the secrets behind his Canadian-style eggnog. Smoliak says store-bought nog doesn't compare to his home-made, whisky-infused version.
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A Vegetarian Thanksgiving in Toronto A Vegetarian Thanksgiving in Toronto
What's a vegetarian to do at turkey time? A restaurant in Toronto offers some meatless alternatives to the traditional Thanksgiving dish.
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Culinary Coach: Grab-and-Go Breakfast Parfait Culinary Coach: Grab-and-Go Breakfast Parfait
Nutritional toxicologist Rhea Mehta demonstrates how to stir up a quick and healthy breakfast parfait.
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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