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Cider

greenroadfarm.com Cider-making is an old and noble tradition. You too can follow in the footsteps of Norman artisans and perform the nuanced ritual of turning fresh-picked fruit into alcohol. Or if you’re like me, you can cut a whole bunch of corners. Simpler even than using a kit to make beer, this lazy student recipe… Keep Reading

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Stuffed mushrooms

Holly Stewart Holly Stewart This weekend we had a guest stay with us, and wanted to impress them with a delicious dinner. We decided to make maple and spice glazed carrots and parsnips, three cheese mashed potatoes, and stuffed mushrooms. The stuffed mushrooms are a particularly good option if you’re feeding a vegetarian, but even… Keep Reading

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Creamsicle Conecakes

Chelsea Lytle Last week, we discovered something that will forever change the way you think about cupcakes: you can bake them in ice cream cones. While you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t like cupcakes, the edible cone far surpasses the traditional paper cup. You can make these using any cupcake and frosting recipe,… Keep Reading

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Asian Chicken Soup

Monique Evans After a long day of skiing on Saturday, I arrived home with a serious craving for the spicy Asian-style soup my mom always makes. I’ve collected a significant number of Asian ingredients over the past year, so I figured I’d look up some recipes for guidelines. This soup is loaded with veggies, noodles,… Keep Reading

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Baked brie

blogspot.com Having holiday bread and cheese withdrawal? Fear not. This baked brie is easy, oh-so-delicious, and guaranteed to disappear in 10 minutes or less. It’s served with caramelized onions and wrapped in puff pastry. If you don’t like onions, you can use cranberry relish and almonds, or even raspberries tossed in a little flour and… Keep Reading

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Peppermint Bark

Holly Stewart There’s no reason that peppermint bark can’t be enjoyed year round. Nor should Williams Sonoma have a monopoly ($30 per box) on this refreshing treat. The store-bought version has a layer of dark chocolate, a layer of white chocolate, and crushed peppermint candy on top. Adding peppermint extract creates a stronger mint flavour… Keep Reading

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Cider

Monique Evans With the first real snowfall of the year, it’s officially time for warm holiday drinks. One of my favourites is hot mulled cider. The other night, I added peach juice to my regular recipe and it was oh-so-delicious. The proportions in this recipe are rough, so feel free to experiment. However, be selective… Keep Reading

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Mama Lytle’s cheesecake

flickr.com This cheesecake is not the spring form New York cheesecake you’re used to. Rather, it’s supple and pudding-like in texture, with a delicious cream cheese flavour. It has a graham cracker crust—a must for cheesecake­—and a soft cream cheese filling. A sour cream topping is a perfect garnish for this yummy treat.   Crust:… Keep Reading

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Spicy Stir Fry

Holly Stewart Growing up, my house had a fridge full of condiments. We had everything you could ever need to flavour your food, even when we hadn’t bought food to flavour. Despite the frustration that comes with a fridge that looks full but lacks actual substance, there is an advantage to stocking up on this… Keep Reading

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Hot Chocolate

Holly Stewart Holly Stewart I was walking through the Milton-Park intersection on Halloween when it started to snow. I didn’t care that it was still October and that most people were roaming the streets in slutty costumes; I was in the mood for hot chocolate and Christmas carols. With Second Cup, Presse Café, and El… Keep Reading

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