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Randy Shore
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One of my very favourite recipes. Easy and phenomenally good.
Dark green herbs such as basil and parsley are loaded with potent antioxidants. But who cares? I make pesto more than any other dish in this book simply because everyone loves it.
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Turkish coffee proper served in Istanbul. 
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Darcy thought that champagne at the top of the Eiffel Tower would be nice. Can't say I disagree. 
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Among the many search terms that lead people to my blog, “how to grow potatoes” is among the most common. You are looking for answers. Take heart. Potatoes are a very prolific garden vegetable and the reward for a little attention to detail will be great.…
Among the many search terms that lead people to my blog, "how to grow potatoes" is among the most common. You are looking for answers. Take heart. Potatoes are a very prolific garden vegetable and the reward for a little attention to detail will be great. Digging new potatoes from the warm soil early in…
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Few things are as pleasurable to eat as a barbecued steak, with all those char marks that backyard grill masters prize above all else. But your grilled meat may come with a downside: increased risk of cancer. Doesn’t sound too appetizing, does it? The good news is that you can mitigate or even eliminate that…
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When I go looking for ways to use garden greens, I often turn to Indian cuisine. Saag paneer is creamed spinach with crispy, fried paneer, a homestyle Indian cheese with a texture like extra-firm tofu – so, for a vegan meal, you can easily substitute…
When I go looking for ways to use garden greens, I often turn to Indian cuisine. Saag paneer is creamed spinach with crispy, fried paneer, a homestyle Indian cheese with a texture like extra-firm tofu – so, for a vegan meal, you can easily substitute tofu. And don’t get stuck on using only spinach for…
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Red Truck Belgian Blonde 355 ml bottles A Belgian blonde with a hint of fruit, honey and spice this version is a strong ale at 6 per cent alcohol and a crisp, balanced finish. Lighthouse Jackline Rhubarb Grisette 650 ml bottles A Belgian-style saison made with Fraser Valley rhubarb, actually 12,000 pounds of it. The…
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We have been seeing the sights and eating our way across a great city
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Here are a few shots from the Louvre and around town from April, 2015. 
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Among the many search terms that lead people to my blog, "how to grow potatoes" is among the most common. You are looking for answers. Take heart. Potatoes are a very prolific garden vegetable and the reward for a little attention to detail will be great. Digging new potatoes from the warm soil early in…
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When I go looking for ways to use garden greens, I often turn to Indian cuisine. Saag paneer is creamed spinach with crispy, fried paneer, a homestyle Indian cheese with a texture like extra-firm tofu – so, for a vegan meal, you can easily substitute tofu. Here is the video And don’t get stuck on…
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Few things are as pleasurable to eat as a barbecued steak, with all those char marks that backyard grill masters prize above all else. But your grilled meat may come with a downside: increased risk of cancer. Doesn’t sound too appetizing, does it? The…
Few things are as pleasurable to eat as a barbecued steak, with all those char marks that backyard grill masters prize above all else. But your grilled meat may come with a downside: increased risk of cancer. Doesn’t sound too appetizing, does it? The good news is that you can mitigate or even eliminate that…
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Science and sustainability reporter. Cookbook author. Food, cooking and gardening blogger. Oh and beer too.
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Randy Shore is The Green Man blogger. Ask him any question about food, cooking, gardening or beer. "Grow what you eat, eat what you grow."
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Winner of the BCWF Art Downs Award for conservation journalism and author of Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow
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