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A man and a woman stand in a forest holding a chicken. They are laughing and there are other chickens behind them.

People & Culture

Out of the grocery store and onto the land

How this self-reliant duo has transformed their lives to forage completely off the land

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  • 5 minutes
Canadian food designer Amanda Huynh shows off a piece of her exhibit, Diasporic Dumplings.

People & Culture

Touring exhibit offers a creative take on the future of food

Currently in Ottawa, the “Edible Futures” exhibit explores the future of food production and consumption through art

  • 501 words
  • 3 minutes
Illustration of Michael Bonacini carrying firewood at his country property in Caledon, Ont.

People & Culture

Our Country: Chef Michael Bonacini’s favourite place in Canada

The celebrity chef and MasterChef Canada judge reminisces about escaping to rural living in Caledon, Ont.

  • 300 words
  • 2 minutes
St-Viateur is famous for its Montreal-style bagels

Travel

A tale of two bagels

Alex Hutchinson goes inside the friendly rivalry between two titans of the Montreal-style bagel to figure out the secret of the doughy snack’s allure

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  • 6 minutes
Maple syrup dripping from a tap into a collection bucket

Travel

Is there a terroir for maple syrup?

We know weather influences the taste and quality of Canada's national condiment, but some producers say geography plays a role as well 

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  • 3 minutes
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Bannock (Photo:Javier Frutos/CG Staff)

People & Culture

Bannock recipe

Everyone's bannock is different, says Candace Irvine. Which is one of the reasons she didn't mind sharing her own recipe

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  • 2 minutes