A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
Un-BEE-lievable: A Canadian investigation found a lot of tainted honey being imported into the country
Freshen up your summer routine with new chicken skewers
Five variations on the Caesar, a Canadian classic
MILLENNIAL HOMEMAKER: You’re better with breakfast
CHEF ILONA DANIEL: The difference between barbecue … and barbecue
How often do you say, “I’m going to barbecue up some steaks for dinner tonight?” Are you sure that’s what you mean? The term barbecue has two definitions; the first one referring to the piece of equipment to cook food ...
THE FOOD DUDE: Apology cakes will make you say ‘sorry, not sorry’ to your diet
Those in the busy food industry, behind the seemingly magical swinging doors of mystery, know that if a single thing goes wrong during a rush, it could spell disaster for wait times. If the restaurant is lucky enough to have a hustle-cook ...
All Signs Point to summer with locally distilled Compass Summer GiNS
Gin lovers, rejoice! We’ve found your new favourite summer sipper. Compass Distillers Summer GiNS checks all the boxes. Local? Check. Made using 100 per cent Nova Scotian ingredients? Check. Not only is it local and seasonal — it’s ...
THE FOOD DUDE: Getting grilled with Martin’s cream of broccoli and asparagus soup
This week I’m proud to present another Getting Grilled edition of The Food Dude. Our next guest joins us all the way from the Land Down Under. I’m proud to introduce my online gaming friend and proud proprietor of Chinese cuisine, ...
THE FOOD DUDE: Mad Mac and MUN-cheese, a new take on a savoury favourite
I used to be one of the “stoner boys.” And by that I mean that I haven’t regularly used cannabis for recreational purposes for several years now, but there was a large amount of time in which I did this often enough ...
Outdoor ovens a unique experience in for summertime cooking
“Outdoor ovens get people outside instead of watching Netflix, they encourage wellness for all, and provide all the benefits of nature like fresh air, vitamin D,” says Duncan Ebata, co-founder of the Front Street Community Oven project in ...
THE FOOD DUDE: Cooking for my very vegetarian roommate
Back home, there aren’t many people (outside of St. John’s) who can boast a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Newfoundland and Labrador has always been a wild and unforgiving place where hunting, fishing and adventuring ...
KASEY WILSON: Recipes for cakes that say happy birthday to you
Birthday cakes have a special place in my heart. Perhaps it’s because my mother always made sure there were two cakes to celebrate the birthday that I share with my twin sister: a devil’s food chocolate and an orange chiffon, not ...
Six O’Clock Solution: Simple skewers from a beloved brand
For more than 40 years, the Best of Bridge cookbooks have been collecting easygoing recipes for family meals. These books also have an easygoing format: instructions in big print, handsome but realistic photographs, and convenient spiral binding so ...
THE FOOD DUDE: A reader shares his secrets to honey-buttered pork chops
This month I’m proud to present another edition of Getting Grilled with a Food Dude fan who asked for an interview via email! Allow me to introduce Arwen Snow from Halifax. Food Dude: Greetings, Arwen. Arwen Snow: Hey, what’s ...