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Girl Guide cookies now certified kosherTORONTO — For the first time, Girl Guides of Canada’s cookies will be certified kosher, thanks to a shomer Shabbat unit that pushed the...read more...
Try something differentDo something different. Enjoy a dinner of just appetizers once in a while. Try these Sesame Chicken Strips, some Potato Skins, Baked Salami or...read more...
Kids can cook, tooChildren can begin helping in the kitchen at the age of five or six, starting with simple things like stirring and mashing. They can go on to work...read more...
Chicken dishes are easy and creativeMost everyone likes chicken. It’s economical, readily available and is the go-to food when you don’t know what else to make. You can...read more...
Kashrut agency adds safety mandateVANCOUVER — How safe is your food? That could depend on whether or not is has the Kosher Check certification. Formerly known as BC Kosher...read more...
Food and memories – an unbeatable combinationThe laughter was loud and the nostalgia was palpable at Beyond Bubbie, an evening of storytelling that linked food and family lore. Nine presenters,...read more...
Cookbook captures culinary diversityThe title of Women’s Philanthropy Mosaic: A cookbook celebrating Montreal’s Jewish Culinary Diversity clarifies the contents and cultural...read more...
Change up your saladsWhen I was growing up, dinner at our house always included a green salad of some sort. My mother simply felt that no dinner was complete without...read more...
A rice dish par excellenceA small, but long-grained, aromatic rice with a nutlike flavour and aroma, basmati rice is of Southeast Asian origin, and has been cultivated for...read more...
Naturally sweet, gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free, too!Cookbook author Ricki Heller can show you how to have your cake (and pie and cookies) and great health, too, in her newest cookbook, Naturally Sweet...read more...

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