Food

Home-grown Thanksgiving

Turkey-free recipes using products within a 160-kilometre radius of Kingston.Continue...

Queen’s Eats: Culinary connections to my culture

Cultural identity as a second-generation Canadian is difficult to navigate.Continue...

It’s time to regrow our connection with food

Asparagus can grow up to five feet tall.Continue...

Queen’s Eats: Is Tasty worth the hype?

We’ve all scrolled through our feed and fallen into the Tasty trance. It’s impossible not to love those beautiful overhead shots of hands combining ingredients that have been pre-chopped and organized into little glass bowls.Continue...

Queen’s Eats: Five mouth-watering must-sees for any student chef

As a busy student, meals are usually quick to prepare—and to scarf down.Continue...

Queen's Eats: A deeper look at what makes Mio Gelato special

Over my past two summers in Kingston, I’ve consumed at least 20 cones from Mio Gelato, and I’m not the only one enamoured by this local favourite.Continue...

Ranking Kingston’s best bubble tea

Chances are that if you drink boba tea (also known as bubble tea), you don’t just like it—you love it. The smooth milk tea and the squishy tapioca pearls makes for a dangerous combination out to get both your sanity and the cash in your wallet.Continue...

Summer Picks: Kingston’s best patios

Kingston has finally warmed up, which can only mean one thing for students and residents alike: it’s officially patio season.Continue...

The price is right to eat ethically

When choosing between ethical food choices and price tags, students are often left to defer to their limited chequing accounts. That being said, with thoughtfulness and creativity, there are still...Continue...

New Canadian food guide downplays role of farmers

The new Canadian food guide fails to acknowledge the importance of where our food is coming from.Continue...

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