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Tasty Ways to Take on Cold and Flu Season

In the midst of cold and flu season, we must all take precautions to keep our families healthy ( beginning with our food choices. In addition to getting daily exercise and eating a healthy balanced diet, Gail Rampersaud, registered dietitian, recommends filling our pantries and plates with the following immune-supporting foods: Read more

Three-Ingredient Cherry Jam

When you get the kids in the kitchen, you make both great food and great memories. This simple yet tasty three-ingredient recipe for cherry jam uses frozen fruit, chia seeds and maple syrup. (more…)...
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Cod and Dill Fish Cakes with Spring Pea Salad

Everyone would love to cook up something new in the kitchen, but sometimes time and the effort it takes hold us back. The best way to overcome this is by incorporating a new flavour or a twist on a traditional product to help add novelty to your meal. Read more

Gift Ideas for Friends in a Hospital

We've all had that moment where a friend or family member ends up in hospital. It may be for a celebratory occasion like the birth of a baby but unfortunately there are times where a hospital visit is for someone who has fallen ill or been hurt. Read more

Clever and Inexpensive Craft Storage Ideas

As a crafter, you surely have plenty of bits and bobs all over the place. Of course there are very nice craft storage units available that can be bought, but most of them are quite expensive, especially if you have a lot to store. Here are a few clever and inexpensive ideas: Shoe Bags The type that...
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Crayon Wax Melting Art

What mother of preschoolers or other children hasn't found broken crayons in the couch, under the couch, and all over the floor? You may even have been frustrated to find a crayon in the laundry, way after it's too late to salvage the clothes in that load. Help your child create crayon wax-melting art to...
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Traditional Soft Drinks Recipes

As ingrained and famous that it might be that the beverage of choice to the British is a nice cup of tea, there have been many other traditional soft drinks in British history that quenched our thirst. Traditional drinks range from Ginger Beer, Dandelion and Burdock to the refreshing elderflower cordial made from the flowers...
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