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Caribbean Comfort Foods That Will Satisfy All Your Cravings

The Huffington Post Canada | Kayla Greaves | Posted 12.16.2016 | Canada Living

So. Damn. Good.

One-Pot Wonders For Those Of You Who Hate Cleaning

The Huffington Post Canada | Brian Vinh Tien Trinh | Posted 12.05.2016 | Canada Living

Kitchen table > kitchen sink

Roger Mooking's One-Pot Pelau Is A Trinidadian Food Superstar

The Huffington Post Canada | Al Donato | Posted 12.05.2016 | Canada Living

One pot, all the flavour.

Ready For The Next Round Of 'Chopped Canada'?

HuffPost Canada TV | Joy D'Souza | Posted 01.09.2015 | Canada TV

The baskets are set and the knives are sharpened! Season 2 of "Chopped Canada" premieres on Food Network Canada this Saturday, January 10 at 9 p.m....

Brian Trinh

Roger Mooking Gets 'Grilled' On His Pringles Curse | Brian Trinh | Posted 09.27.2013 | Canada Living

Roger Mooking shuffles his feet a few feet away from the stage at a Stratford cooking demo, much like the way an actor psyches himself up before an op...

Solving World Hunger: Bangladesh Can Show Us the Way

Roger Mooking | Posted 12.18.2012 | Canada
Roger Mooking

The only way for us to end global hunger is for governments, non-governmental organizations, business and the community work together to implement solutions we know will work. I left Bangladesh knowing that I want to help bring about an end to global hunger. So my family and I are going to take a few simple steps.

Street Food from Bangladesh -- Made at Home

Roger Mooking | Posted 12.17.2012 | Canada Living
Roger Mooking

Against the advice of our local guide in Bangladesh I tried this dish from a street food vendor. The dish is called Jhalmuri -- pronounced Chahl Mooree. It is Indian Puffed Rice and is a fun, very quick and very flavourful snack food. This dish is a great snack for football season and to spice things up for the chilly weather we are experiencing now in Canada. This recipe is my best attempt at trying to duplicate what I had on the streets of Dhaka.

Celebrating Save the Children Day

Patricia Erb | Posted 12.16.2012 | Canada Impact
Patricia Erb

Today is World Food Day. Every child has a right to food. I recently returned from Bangladesh where I lead a group of Canadian supporters as we visited maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition programs. The trip once again demonstrated to me how sustainable change requires the engagement of donor and local government, communities, and civil society.

Using Technology and New Media to Save Children's Lives

Patricia Erb | Posted 11.24.2012 | Canada Impact
Patricia Erb

Bangladesh is one of the poorest countries in the world, their child and maternal mortality numbers are still too high and millions of children are stunted by malnutrition. Bangladesh clearly demonstrates the need but it surprisingly also demonstrates the hope. It would probably surprise many Canadians how important technology, particularly cell technology and the internet, is to the practice of development today.

Time to End Hunger Around the World

Roger Mooking | Posted 11.21.2012 | Canada Impact
Roger Mooking

In a couple of days I will be travelling to Bangladesh with my wife. This time I am not going to film a television show. Leslie and I are travelling with Save the Children to visit their food and nutrition programming. Leslie and I want to bring the story of these children and their families to the attention of Canadians.

When the Love of a Parent Alone Isn't Enough

Patricia Erb | Posted 11.21.2012 | Canada Impact
Patricia Erb

For over 25 years I worked for Save the Children across Latin America. We worked in the poorest communities and I witnessed the pain of parents who would have done anything they could, if they could to help their hungry child, their sick child, their child who wanted to go to school but couldn't for lack of money.

Recipe: How to Make King Fish Green Curry

Roger Mooking | Posted 08.16.2012 | Canada Living
Roger Mooking

Here is a quick simple way to make it from scratch at home with that authentic flavour that usually only achieved by catching a long flight overseas. If you want it more spicy, for all the Heat Seekers out there, just add more chilis and get ready to burn.