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Converse and Cook

In 2016, Mishma Mukith and Juanita Gnanapragasam were inspired to start Converse and Cook. In an interview, Gnanapragasam said Converse and Cook is “cooking socials where the emphasis is on community building and fostering connection through a shared interest in

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Food

How-to: Make your own butter

You may have noticed that your butter has been more diffi cult to spread these past few months. Back in February, a few Canadian foodies started asking questions over social media about this strangely hard butter, causing a bunch of

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Downtown

Food for thought: Mercer Tavern

In January of 2021, Mercer’s Tavern decided to revamp its menu and focus on its new food program. Due to the second shutdown, they have aimed to focus on comfort foods and food that travels well with delivery services such

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Food

Recipe: Sangria

Pandemic aside, outdoor dining is still one of the warm weather hallmarks, and nothing says outdoor dining like a deli cious glass of sangria. Sangria, a traditional Spanish drink, goes back hundreds of years, evolving over time. It is an

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Downtown

Food for thought: Arcadia Brewing

Darren McGeown first knew he wanted to open a brewery when he was sitting in a pub with his parents in Northern Ireland at the age of six. The atmosphere, camaraderie, and community are what inspired him to take his

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Food

How-to: grow your own green onions

In the past year or so, indoor herb gardens have taken off as both a decorative trend and a convenient means of supplying your kitchen with theoretically infinite, delicious herbs. While basil, thyme, and parsley plants dominate interior decoration Instagram,

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Food

Recipe: creamy oats

Most of us have been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I am on board with that statement, because the days I have breakfast tend to be more productive than the days I skip it.

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Campus

Dry January

With the advent of a new year, comes new year’s resolutions. This often includes a healthier diet, hitting the gym, and “dry January.” Dry January is the commitment to stay abstinent from alcohol for the entire month. For the restaurant

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Food

Food for thought: Blowers & Grafton

Before COVID plagued us and we were all hugging and visiting at restaurants, a friend of mine took me out for some authentic East Coast food. She swore the place was amazing and that I would love it. I have

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Food

Recipe: shepherd’s pie

The weather has gotten chilly, and a lot of us are seeking warmth in our food. Nothing says warmth and comfort like a delicious shepherd’s pie. It’s perfect for cold winter days and holds up well in the fridge for

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