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Fork in the Road: What’s in your fridge?

Fork in the Road: What’s in your fridge?

Back on the shelves with Binty and Cheryl Massey: Part 2
Fork in the Road: What’s in your fridge, Cheryl and Binty Massey?

Fork in the Road: What’s in your fridge, Cheryl and Binty Massey?

A ramble round the shelves with a couple of Whistler paragons 
Pickled jalapenos and vinegary brine boost avocado salad

Pickled jalapenos and vinegary brine boost avocado salad

One of the best ways to build flavor is layering, or using one ingredient in two ways or at different stages of cooking. Using the zest of a lemon in cake batter, for instance, while using the juice in a citrusy glaze.
Canadians willing to trade privacy for discounts at the grocery counter: study

Canadians willing to trade privacy for discounts at the grocery counter: study

As customer loyalty becomes food industry’s next battleground, consumers are wary of data sharing apps—but willing to fork over info if it means a cheaper bill 
Fork in the Road: How Canadian is that?

Fork in the Road: How Canadian is that?

Indigenous people, locals, pioneers: We’ve got the moxie and methods to face tough times
Muskrat stew, Stellar’s jay and ‘Divinity Pie’: The cuisine of Whistler’s early settlers

Muskrat stew, Stellar’s jay and ‘Divinity Pie’: The cuisine of Whistler’s early settlers

With no markets or stores to speak of, Alta Lake’s first settlers relied on what was around them to fill out their diet 
Fork in the Road: Nothing half-baked about these challenges

Fork in the Road: Nothing half-baked about these challenges

Inflation. War. Climate. More: No one’s ever seen threats like these to our pantries and pocketbooks
Recent honours for Raven Room a welcome surprise after two lean years

Recent honours for Raven Room a welcome surprise after two lean years

Cocktail bar named one of Canada’s Best 50 Bars for 2022 
Fork in the Road: Flying high with nolo's

Fork in the Road: Flying high with nolo's

Alcohol-free beer, wine and spirits are gaining ground with imbibers of all ages 
From the Alps to your door, French’eese wants you to savour the best fromage France has to offer

From the Alps to your door, French’eese wants you to savour the best fromage France has to offer

Mickael Loiodice imports exclusively French products for your next cheese box or at-home fondue
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