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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, March 14

For Lunchtime Trivia Today we took to a recent bit of information for our Question: According to this report 72% of Canadians have no preferences when it comes to this. What is it?   This report was even part of

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13 McDonald’s fast-food items everyone should try from around the world

Boasting over 36,000 locations in over 100 countries, McDonald’s has fashioned itself as one of the world’s most ubiquitous brands. That doesn’t mean you’ll find the same menu at every McDonald’s, though. Instead, the fast-food chain seems to carefully tailor

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, December 6

Lunchtime Trivia this afternoon took a take on health that many people struggle with at this time of the year with all of the holiday’s happening. Our Question was: Although most Canadians want to do this, only about 1 in

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Food Recalls For People And Pets

There have been a number of food recalls in the last week; including tahini products for salmonella and shake up salads for listeria. The Canadian Food Inspection agency has alerted Canadians to the industry recall of Achva and S&F brand

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Eight foods you should be eating raw

You already know not to eat raw chicken or eggs. But eating these surprising foods raw can give you extra nutritional benefits. Broccoli We bet your mom always told you to eat your broccoli when you were a kid (whose

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6 Things You May Not Know About Food Packaging

Paper packaging is the unsung hero of the supermarket—it plays a crucial role in keeping your food safe. From its origins to today, here are some facts worth knowing about the paper packaging that protects your food. 1. SOME OF

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14 Restaurant Meals You’re Wasting Your Money On

Just because the pasta is cheaper than the steak doesn’t mean it’s a better deal. Here are the menu items you should never order at a restaurant if you want to get the most out of your money. Grilled chicken

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Foodie Friday: Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti Carbonara IAN FISHER * YIELD4 servings * TIME25 minutes INGREDIENTS * Salt * 2 large eggs and 2 large yolks, room temperature * 1 ounce (about 1/3 packed cup) grated pecorino Romano, plus additional for serving * 1 ounce

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Milton chef on his way to Culinary World Cup

Chef Mike DiBiase, whose family owns and operates the Grand Chalet Event Venue in Milton, is headed to Luxembourg in November to participate in the Culinary World Cup. In 2016, he was invited to join a team of six professional

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Just 5 Alcoholic Drinks a Week Could Shorten Your Lifespan

Wine lovers were elated when a scientific study last year suggested that drinking a glass of wine a day could help them live longer. Now a new study, published in The Lancet, finds that having more than 100 grams of alcohol

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10 Secrets of Food Sample Demonstrators

Ever turn a corner in your local grocery store or warehouse club and see the aisle backed up? You might be able to blame a food sample demonstrator, those stationary sales representatives who invite congestion in stores by offering up

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It Only Takes an Hour for Bacteria to Spoil Your Picnic Foods

It turns out that Yogi Bear and ants are not the only things to fear when heading outdoors for a picnic lunch. During summer heat waves, you need to be concerned about food safety, too. Typically, cooked food is safe

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Food Waste

A new campaign is bringing together governments, non-government organizations and food retailers to tackle the food habits of Canadians — and the mountains of food they waste. “Love Food Hate Waste” is being launched to offer tips on food storage,

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The 10 most outrageous food coming to the CNE

$100 Gold Burger A brioche bun covered in 24-karat gold is the crowning glory of this burger already fit for a king, with two beef patties, cheese, smashed avocado, onion rings, and of course bacon (seeing as this offering comes from

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Lunchtime Trivia For Tuesday July 31st

Lunchtime Trivia today involved a shortage that is expected to cost Canadian households in the near future.   Question: A severe shortage of these is raising costs of food and other goods.  What are they?   There were a number

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