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Culture

The winter coffee roundup

In Edmonton, we have many local alchemists of beans and water who are masters of their craft. They shepherd the secrets of an age-old tradition combined with modern innovations and deliver it right to the communities of Edmonton. We ventured

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Downtown

Food for thought: Tres Carnales

Co-owners of Tres Carnales Taqueria, Chris Sills and Dani Braun, first got the idea to open an authentic Mexican restaurant while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. “We went up (to a room), and we downed a bottle of Nicaraguan rum

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Culture

What’s happening to Starbucks?

One Monday morning, I was walking up the street to get my daily triple venti, half sweet, non-fat, iced caramel macchiato, as many students do. I got to thedoors and what did I see? The entire inside of the coffee

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Food

Recipe: Crinkle cookies

Ingredients: 1 3/4 cups granulated sugar 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1 cup unsweetened applesauce 1/2 cup canola oil 2 tsp. vanilla 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 2 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 1 cup icing sugar Directions: In

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Campus

Vegan holiday baking

If you’re like me, then Christmas is your favourite time of the year. It includes the best pastimes of any holiday: decorating the Christmas tree, watching festive movies, and, of course, baking! Ever since I was a young girl, Christmas

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Campus

Intuitive eating during the holidays

As the holiday season is officially in full swing, many people are thinking about their weight and body size more than usual. I spoke with Rhiannon de Vries, a nutritional consultant and health at every size and intuitive eating educator,

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Food

Recipe: Crock Pot potato corn chowder

Fall is one of my favourite seasons. Not only is it aesthetically beautiful, but it’s also the perfect time to cozy up, put on a hot pot of soup, and read a book. For me, soups are easy, tasty, and

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Downtown

Food for thought: De Dutch

De Dutch is a Dutch-western Canadian breakfast and lunch franchise specializing in sweet and savoury pancakes called “pannekoeken.” The only location outside of BC is in the heart of downtown Edmonton on Jasper Ave. De Dutch has a unique origin

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Food

Food for thought: The Craft & Cork

The Craft and Cork, located on Whyte Avenue, was first built as a regular pub which featured local craft beer and a selective wine list. Just before the COVID pandemic emerged, The Craft and Cork revamped its image into a

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