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Your Food Story: Pulse
I remember the days when I used to eat a cake-like muffin or a donut some mornings on the way to work, or grab one of these sweets inevitably offered in morning meetings. Back then I couldn't quite understand why I felt hollow, jittery, and even cranky a mere hour...read more
Cyndy HancockEdmonton, Alberta 1. List some highlights of or reasons to visit the area where you currently live. Why would we want to go there? When is the best time to travel there, and why? We have a beautiful and clean city: there are parks everywhere, and the...read more
I’m not sure how young I was when I realized my Dad’s love for potatoes. It wasn’t just a mediocre love, no, more like a to-die-for passion for this tuber. You couldn’t eat enough of them. Potatoes were a necessity for life. And life with the potato we had. Our...read more
In the summer of 2017, I had the pleasure of accompanying a group of fruit rescue folks from Fruits of Sherbrooke to a picking location just outside of St. Albert, Alberta. The backyard was huge for a city lot, containing an outstanding full orchard of Evans cherry...read more