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A taste of sustainability

Food Network Canada’s Chef Michael Smith’s sustainable approach to food might reach more locally than you think.Continue...

Out of the oven

There’s always something in the oven at Wolfe Island Bakery.Continue...

Why cooking communal dinners is the best thing your house can do

If you’re a busy university student looking for a way to eat a delicious home-cooked meal every night, the solution might be right in front of you – get your housemates to start preparing communal dinners.Continue...

Fight childhood obesity with screens

Children are becoming increasingly influenced by media and are almost constantly engaged with TV or its other forms. This should be seen as an opportunity to educate, not exploit.Continue...

Farm-to-table dining

Eating farm-to-table means building a relationship with food that you don’t get with processed or take-out options.Continue...

Quick and healthy breakfast ideas

When you’re rushed to make it to an early class, breakfast is often the last thing on your mind. Luckily, these recipes don’t take long to whip up and can be made with everyday...Continue...

Grocery shopping guide

Back to school can be an exciting time for many. But for others, the return to Queen’s means a return to living alone as an independent adult. And for those of you no longer coasting on...Continue...

Crunchy broccoli salad

My mom received this recipe about 20 years ago from a family friend and ever since it has always been a favourite.

When I was growing up, I always helped my mom make it for...Continue...

Maple berry granola

Maple syrup is a Canadian treat, and with Canada Day just around the corner what better way to celebrate our country’s birthday than with this delicious maple granola crunch?

The...Continue...

Nothing beats beets

Are you feeling unsatisfied with your current grilled cheese situation? Fret no more, this beet and arugula grilled cheese recipe is bound to spice up your life.

Beets are loaded...Continue...

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