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Take a moment to read a love story today. There's a constant flow of negative news lately with fear being the catalyst. Knowing that fear's counterpart is love I invite you to spend 10 minutes of your...
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The summer of 2014 had me almost getting married -- preparations were in place, rings were purchased and the date was set. But love is hard sometimes, and life doesn't always play along, even with the best intentions.
My fellow cheese enthusiasts and I revere cheese for its incredible taste and oozy goodness, and its ability to elevate any dish from good to the stuff dreams are made of. In the words of G.K. Chesterton, "Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese." I know what you're thinking. How can a dietitian openly admit a love for cheese?
My jaw was sore. The meat sweats were setting in. The implacable pace I had been setting didn't stop, but I'd be lying if I said it didn't waver. The only thing keeping my teeth moving was the dread that if I didn't finish, it would all be for nothing. I'm no dietician, but I doubt that's a good reason to eat a meal which you weren't sure on first glance would even fit inside you.
For those of us who are a certain vintage, Lego was coloured bricks of 2, 4 and 8 dimples that one could use to build square things like houses. If you were lucky, you had some wheels to build a rectangular car.
Enter for a chance to WIN a trip for 4 to a WestJet mystery destination courtesy of HuffPost Canada Travel & WestJet. Flight departs December 1st, 2013 On December 1, two lucky winners and three guest...
As Canada's Foodie of the Year, Deborah Son could have chosen anywhere in Canada for the dinner of a lifetime. Her choice is one of Vancouver's most beloved restaurants. Son, a 21-year-old student from Winnipeg, will dine at Vij's, ranked as the best restaurant in Canada for 2013.
When they learned anyone could cast a vote for Canada's best restaurant, Andy and Linda Tesluk didn't hesitate with their ballots. The couple both chose Toronto's Ruby Watchco -- and they had a good r...
Canadians are teaming with some of the nation's most outstanding chefs to determine the best restaurants in Canada. The 2013 Top 50 Restaurants in Canada will be announced on April 25, with the public voting ending at midnight on April 15.
Mixing drinks has become such an artform around the world that global competitions have popped up to find the world's best bartender. The eighth Global Cocktail Challenge took place last week at the H...
Are you Canada's greatest food lover? If you are, you could be in for one fabulous treat. In conjunction with its Top 50 Restaurants in Canada Guide for 2013, Vacay.ca will crown the Canadian Foodie of the Year in April. The winner will have the opportunity to dine at one of the 2013 Top 50 Restaurants in Canada.
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It's been a while since I wrote my blog and it's good to be back. 2013 is going to be a great year. I can feel it. It's a mom thing -- I just know. It's tough to select just five things to highlight this week but here's what I have: baconnaise, blogging kids, an iPhone contract, Google glasses and smiles.
When I was asked to participate in a mixology competition at the SpiritHouse in Toronto's King West neighbourhood recently, I didn't hesitate. The winner snagged a trip to Trinidad & Tobago. My confidence at that point belonged on the top shelf. Then a flash of disaster came into my head.
It's been planes, trains, hotels and automobiles for me this week and here's what caught my attention along the way. How many times a day do you Google something? It's such a part of our everyday life that it's as important as oxygen at SavvyMom HQ. But have you ever wondered what the "Google machine" actually looks like?
To celebrate the launch of HuffPost Canada's sparkling new music site, we're flying a lucky winner and their even luckier friend to New York City, putting them up in a hotel and getting them tickets t...
As thousands of Grade 9 students tag along with mom or dad at work Wednesday, Jacob Halloran will be spending time with Gov. Gen. David Johnston and the Speaker of the House of Commons. Halloran, 14,...