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Don’t toss extra rice! Use it in this curried shrimp fried rice

Don’t toss extra rice! Use it in this curried shrimp fried rice

Though it is common knowledge throughout Asia, many American cooks may not know that the key to perfect fried rice is using previously cooked and chilled rice.
Vancouver's Bar Haifa is a 'love letter' to co-owners' Jewish and Palestinian roots

Vancouver's Bar Haifa is a 'love letter' to co-owners' Jewish and Palestinian roots

VANCOUVER — The collaborators behind restaurants in Vancouver and Toronto have Palestinian, Jewish and Israeli roots, and acknowledge they don't always agree.
Experts weigh in on food safety after 'best before' date passes

Experts weigh in on food safety after 'best before' date passes

TORONTO — As Loblaws moves to reduce its 50 per cent discount on food approaching its best before date to the more modest 30 per cent, experts say those time stamps aren't an accurate measure of whether groceries are safe to eat.
2.7 million Zimbabweans need food aid as El Nino compounds a drought crisis, UN food program says

2.7 million Zimbabweans need food aid as El Nino compounds a drought crisis, UN food program says

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — The U.N. World Food Program said Wednesday that it was working with Zimbabwe's government and aid agencies to provide food to 2.
Stop marinating meat. Instead, season then sauce one-pan Florentine pork

Stop marinating meat. Instead, season then sauce one-pan Florentine pork

Marinades do a poor job of flavoring meat because the molecules of any flavorings, except for salt, are too big to penetrate the surface.
Yogurt bowls made with Quaker granola recalled over possible salmonella exposure

Yogurt bowls made with Quaker granola recalled over possible salmonella exposure

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling various yogurt and parfait bowls that contain Quaker granola previously recalled due to possible salmonella contamination.
USDA estimates 21 million kids will get summer food benefits through new program in 2024

USDA estimates 21 million kids will get summer food benefits through new program in 2024

Nearly 21 million children in the U.S. and its territories are expected to receive food benefits this summer through a newly permanent federal program, the United States Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday. Thirty-five states, all five U.S.
Add a cheery splash to Dry January with colorful Hibiscus Mocktails

Add a cheery splash to Dry January with colorful Hibiscus Mocktails

Is there anything more festive than a red drink? I think not. And just because the holidays are over, that doesn’t mean we can’t keep looking for little celebratory moments.
Canned chickpeas - and their liquid - create an elegant, garlicky soup

Canned chickpeas - and their liquid - create an elegant, garlicky soup

Though we often prefer the flavor and texture of dried beans, canned beans have a leg up besides convenience — the super-starchy liquid in which the beans are packed is like an ingredient itself.
'Prominent' person in B.C. wine industry under investigation for sex assault: RCMP

'Prominent' person in B.C. wine industry under investigation for sex assault: RCMP

OLIVER, B.C. — Police in Oliver, B.C., say they're investigating a "prominent member" of the province's wine industry for an alleged sexual assault on a Mexican migrant worker.