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Super bowl recipes

If you’re feeling traditional: The classic ‘seven layer nacho dip’ Ingredients: 1 oz. taco seasoning 16 oz. refried beans 8 oz. cream cheese, softened 16 oz. sour cream 1 cup guacamole 16 oz. salsa 1 large tomato, chopped 1 green bell pepper, chopped 1 stalk chopped green onions ½ red onion, chopped Finely chopped hot… Keep Reading


Newly opened Indian restaurant does it right

There are few places in Montreal that will satisfy your cravings for wholesome Indian food, and fewer still that are competitively priced, and right in your own backyard. Namaste Montreal – a new Indian restaurant on Milton – meets all three of these requirements.   Healthy recipes: All of Namaste’s dishes are made fresh daily… Keep Reading

Holiday Drink Recipes

Hot Buttered Rum: Serves 4 2/3 cup dark brown sugar ½ cup unsalted butter 1 tsp. finely grated orange rind ¼ cup sugar or honey ½ tsp. cinnamon ¼ tsp. nutmeg ¼ tsp. cloves pinch of salt ¾ cup spiced rum 2 cups boiling water 4 cinnamon sticks 1. Beat together the brown sugar, butter,… Keep Reading

Should you go veggie?

As our society becomes increasingly aware of the consequences of eating meat, more and more people are converting to a vegetarian lifestyle. In Canada, between three and 10 per cent of people classify themselves as vegetarian, and the trend is increasing among the younger generation. Here, we take a look at the different reasons people… Keep Reading

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A sweet taste of India ready in under an hour

Laddus are the ultimate indulgence—these little treats can resemble timbits, but pack a completely unique taste. Chock-full of energy, sweetness, and Indian-flavoured goodness, laddus are a staple of any Indian festival or celebration. However, not all laddus are created equal. There are many varieties native to the different regions of India, all equally tasty. Pamper… Keep Reading


The caffeine question: coffee or tea

Guilty or guilt-free—the jury is still out on the health implications of coffee. A staple in the morning routine of millions of Canadians and Americans, coffee drinkers often advocate its health benefits. On the other side of the fence, sit non-coffee drinkers loudly proclaiming the liquid’s harsh effects and singing the  praises of tea. Which… Keep Reading


The best of McGill freebies

Midnight Kitchen: It’s lunch-time, you’re hungry, and you have no money. It’s time you made a trip to Midnight Kitchen in Room 302 of the Shatner Building. Every day, you will find very tasty, health-conscious, vegan meals prepared by dedicated volunteers, all for free! However, donations are always welcomed. Coat Project: Are you new to… Keep Reading

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Leftover Thanksgiving Recipes

Turkey, turkey everywhere! After a Thanksgiving feast, you probably can’t take any more turkey. Try some of these ideas to use up the extra Thanksgiving goodies. Most can be frozen and kept for those days when you are ready to indulge in more. Layered Stuffing Casserole: Mix your leftover stuffing with a handful of bread… Keep Reading


10 tips to help you hit the books this midterm season

1. Plan and Prioritize. Studying always seems overwhelming when you have everything due at the same time—which seems to happen frequently. It’s essential to put your obligations into perspective by making a prioritized study schedule. A schedule will allow you to spend less time deciding what to do, and more time working. This method saves… Keep Reading


The best of the left-overs: turkey soup

Prep: 30min Total Time: 2h30min Makes: 6-8 servings Step 1: Make the turkey broth In a large pot, boil together for 1 to 1 ½ hours: – 2L water or chicken stock – 1 Turkey, all meat, fat removed – 1 onion, roughly chopped – 1 celery stalk, roughly chopped – 2-3 bay leaves Strain… Keep Reading

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