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Debra Dalgleish
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These are the Canadian eh-mojis in the new iPhone app -- maple syrup but no Poutine.

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+Matt Baron And an interesting family that owns it. 
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Tonight's supper -- Ravioli Puttanesca. We threw in some red pepper flakes and used ravioli puttanesca, instead of cheese ravioli.
Easy and delicious.

http://www.womansday.com/food-recipes/recipes/a50553/ravioli-puttanesca-recipe-wdy0615/

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Sure — pass them maters raht-cheer.
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When it's You vs Excel, is there swearing?
Here's what people said about Excel this week, for your Friday entertainment.
If your dad calls you with Excel questions, be sure to tell him about pivot tables. Eventually he will become an Excel ninja, and could save co-workers from
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I agree with the commenter who mentioned the bogeyman.
Don't let that foot hang down.


Now matter how hard you try, sometimes you just can’t fall asleep when you want to. There are a lot of tricks for helping your brain head to sleepy town, but this scientifically supported method might be one of the simplest.
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As an aging woman: One leg out?  No, it's off with the covers, on with the covers, off with the covers, on with the covers, and f'n repeat 'til the alarm goes off.
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That's why I grow my own.
"Lettuce is a vehicle to transport refrigerated water from farm to table."

UNEARTHED | Calorically a zero, the greens are a leafy-green waste of resources that lead eaters astray.
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The author of that article will probably be tossed from their job soon.
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I don't have Google Play, but if I did, I'd get this Blue Rodeo Greatest Hits album.

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I don't usually use emojis but if I did they would be Canadian Eh-mojis.

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Have you ever cooked beef tenderloin using this method? Looks awesome!

This is absolutely the most showstopping way to present beef tenderloin. [Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] Literally translated as "beef tenderloin in a towel," lomo al trapo is made by wrapping a big chunk of beef tenderloin in a thick crust of salt swaddled in a towel, tying it up, and throwing it directly on a fire until it's cooked. It's one of the easiest, most foolproof, primally delicious, and downright impressive methods of cooking beef I...
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+Twelve Stringer Thanks! Prime rib would be even better.
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Yes, you can judge a book by its cover. This site shows you 10 covers and you rate them on 1-5 stars.
Then, it judges you on your judging. Seems fair.
You judge books by their covers, then we judge you.
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76% =Pretty Judgey
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Who knew that Calgary people were funny? Watch the used cat salesman in this video. 
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Gott pitches for the Angels. Hilarious!
The Jays are winning anyway.


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While looking for a cookbook, I found this stash of Canadian Christmas gadgets. Wine glass markers, hockey game guy, and crokinole piece.
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Had to google crokinole ... rural Canada circa 1860s.  New to me.
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