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Mastering Tailwind for Pinterest: Using Tailwind Analytics

Using Pinterest can be an effective strategy for food bloggers to generate traffic, but all that pinning can be time consuming! In our series, Mastering Tailwind for Pinterest, Chrissie Baker shares her strategies and tips on using Tailwind to help you automate your food blog’s pinning strategy. Today she guides you on using Tailwind’s analytics tools. […]

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Accounting for Food Bloggers: A SimpleTax Filing Tutorial

CPA and blogger Angela Williams brings us another instalment in her series on accounting for food bloggers. Income, expenses, doing your taxes … they can all send shivers down the spine of even the most experienced cook or restaurant reviewer. But Angela breaks it down and shows us that bookkeeping for your food blog doesn’t have […]

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How to Food Style Waffles and Pancakes

As the saying goes, you eat with your eyes first, so it’s important that food bloggers develop their food styling savvy. In our Food Styling series, Lisa Bolton shows you techniques for conveying the stories you want your food to tell. Her advice will help you create food photography that entices readers to make your recipes. This month she […]

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15 Waffle Recipes for Breakfast, Brunch or Dinner

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish.  We dig waffles for lunch, brunch, dinner – any time really! So here are 15 waffle recipes to try! Waffles are fun to eat, easy to make, easy to freeze and a guaranteed crowd pleaser […]

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FBC Featured Member: The Cookie Writer

Name: Kacey Joanette Blog name: The Cookie Writer Where were you born? Toronto, ON Where are you living now? Bowmanville, ON Why did you start your blog? I have always wanted to be a writer! While pregnant with my daughter I began to wonder what I would do with my days and decided to combine […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: Great Lakes Brewery Marks 30 Years of Beer

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Ontario and Quebec craft beer guy, David Ort. Today David checks out a bit of history and also what’s new at the award-winning Great Lakes Brewery as it celebrates 30 years of brewing. All images courtesy of Great Lakes Brewing “My earliest memory,” recalls Peter Bulut Jr., the owner […]

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FBC is Proud to Partner with Mealshare

At FBC, we have always tried to lead by example and use our platforms to share the good work being done by other food related organizations across Canada. Over the years, we’ve made donations to causes we feel strongly about while also helping to promote their work. During that time, there has been one organization that […]

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Cookbook Corner: Bobbette & Belle by Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell

In the Bobbette & Belle: Classic Recipes from the Celebrated Pastry Shop cookbook, Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell share over 100 recipes from their French-inspired pastry shop. This stunning cookbook is filled with beautiful colour photos accompanying the recipes. **This post contains affiliate links. In plain English that means that when you click on the link […]

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Canada’s Chefs: Dana and Cameron of Joy Road Catering

As part of the Canada 150 celebrations happening this year, we’ll be exploring Canadian food from coast to coast all year long. In our Canada’s Chefs series, Tiffany Mayer will be profiling Canadian Chefs from every province embracing Canadian cuisine. This month she interviews BC’s Dana Ewart and Cameron Smith of Joy Road Catering, who celebrate the […]

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Meals For One: 13 Delicious Dishes for Dining Solo

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish.  Dining solo can be a great way to take a little “me” break in your day so today we have 13 delicious meals for one to tempt you into the kitchen. Dining solo, whether by choice […]

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FBC Featured Member: Un Assaggio

Name: Meaghan Carey Blog name: Un Assaggio Where were you born? Richmond, BC Where are you living now? Edmonton, Alberta Why did you start your blog? Newly married and in the middle of a PhD I wanted a creative outlet to write for fun, plus I thought sharing food would help me stay motivated and excited […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: Big Axe Brewery in New Brunswick

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Atlantic Canada craft beer guy, Todd Beal. In today’s column Todd visits Big Axe Brewery and Bed and Breakfast Inn in New Brunswick — he’s truly found a room with a brew! The Saint John River valley is one of the most gorgeous areas in Canada, in my […]

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Mastering Tailwind: Making the Most of Your Tailwind Schedule

Using Pinterest can be an effective strategy for food bloggers to generate traffic, but all that pinning can be time consuming! In our series, Mastering Tailwind for Pinterest, Chrissie Baker will be sharing her strategies and tips on using Tailwind to help you automate your food blog’s pinning strategy. Today she guides you on making the […]

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St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland and Traditional Irish Brown Bread

We’re all familiar with the saying that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but do we know how this holiday is celebrated in the country where it originated, Ireland? Janine Kennedy shares her St. Paddy’s Day experiences as a Canadian expat living in the land of shamrocks and craic. On St. Patrick’s Day in […]

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Twitter Party! Celebrating Ontario Apples! #ONAppleADay

This post is in partnership with Ontario Apple Growers. Having fresh Ontario apples always being in season is worth celebrating and that’s why we’re hosting a Twitter Party with the Ontario Apple Growers! Even though Fall is typically associated with apple season, fresh and juicy apples are always readily available in Canada. In Ontario alone, there are […]

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Accounting for Food Bloggers: What Counts as Income?

CPA and blogger Angela Williams brings us another instalment in her series on accounting for food bloggers. Tracking income and expenses, knowing what to expense and when, doing your taxes … they can all send shivers down the spine of even the most experienced cook or restaurant reviewer. But Angela breaks it down and shows us that […]

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Hit Refresh With 34 Green Recipes Ideas!

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish.  This year, Pantone’s colour of the year is Greenery so we’re going all in and celebrating green food!   More Green Recipes Click on the photos to be taken to the recipe.   A big […]

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Grow Your Own Food: Starting Seeds Indoors

Welcome to Grow Your Own Food, an informative series on gardening and growing your own food in Canada. Each month Redawna Kalynchuk draws on her extensive gardening experience to guide you through a year of growing your own food – planning, planting, maintaining, harvesting and putting your garden to bed for winter. Now that you’ve decided […]

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