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Cranberries or “Bounceberries”

Native to North America, the cranberry was a favourite of the First Nations communities. These peoples were first to create cranberry sauce sweetened with maple sugar or honey. Cranberries are really beautiful when stringed with popcorn around the Christmas tree, but they…

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Beer Batter Fish Tacos

  • September 10, 2019
Beer Batter Fish Tacos

While we love beer battered fish with a side of chips (a.k.a. fries), we're also big fans of beer battered fish in tacos! Despite the fried fish, it's a surprisingly light meal. You can make this recipes with a lighter…

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STOUT BEEF STEW

  • September 8, 2019
Beef Beer Stew

Stout beef stew is a classic warming dish that's perfect for fall! With the addition of red meat, you’ll definitely want to find a dark and robust beer. We're big fans of the Tool Shed Flat Cap Stout, which you…

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QUICK + EASY BEER BREAD RECIPE

  • September 8, 2019
Beer Bread

This was the original beer recipe after all. In Ancient Egypt, the main ingredient in beer was yeast left from a lightly baked bread, sieved and washed to ferment the popular beverage. To make beer bread, you’ll want to pick a…

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CORONATION GRAPE PIE RECIPE

  • August 26, 2019
Coronation Grape Pie

Coronation grapes are one of the most popular grapes in Canada, and for a pretty cool reason: they were developed in Summerland, British Columbia! As a hybrid of two different grapes, coronation grapes burst with a unique hue of vibrant…

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HOW TO CAN BLUEBERRY PIE FILLING

  • July 24, 2019
Blueberry Pie

There’s nothing quite so impressive at a potluck as a pie. Make it extra easy on your future self, and prepare the filling ahead of time. This blueberry pie filling can be frozen or canned, so it’s ready to go…

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5 PARSLEY RECIPES TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE

Bunch Of Parsley

How many of you have come home with a bunch of parsley and good intentions, only to find it spoiled a week later? Perhaps there’s simply too much parsley in a bunch, or maybe parsley hasn’t yet gotten the appreciation…

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