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How I Photographed My Cookbook with Only My iPhone

 Photographing a cookbook with a mobile phone? Yes! Today, Renée Kohlman, blogger at Sweetsugarbean and cookbook author of All the Sweet Things, tells us how she photographed her beautiful cookbook using only her iPhone – proving that beautiful food photography is as much, if not more so, about your vision and skills as it is about your […]

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Grow Your Own Food: Fertilizer and Compost

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. This month, Redawna shares the basics […]

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Rhubarb Recipes That Aren’t Crumbles or Crisps!

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Today we’re getting creative with 36 rhubarb recipes that are NOT crumbles or crisps!  Seeing rhubarb poke through the ground is a sure sign that spring has arrived.  It’s one of the first local crops […]

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FBC Featured Member: Maritime Beer Report

Name: Todd Beal Blog Name: Maritime Beer Report Where were you born? Moncton, NB Where are you living now? Halifax, NS Why did you start your blog? With the rapidly expanding craft beer industry I felt there was a need to consolidate all the news and information in one space How did you decide on […]

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Trou du Diable: Shawinigan’s Ambassador to Craft Beer

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Ontario and Quebec craft beer guy, David Ort. Today David discusses the ins and outs of selling craft beer in Canada and abroad with one of the founders of Trou du Diable brewery. Speaking very generally, the beer list from Canadian craft breweries divides into two categories: those […]

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Canadian Wine: Niagara Region’s Hidden Bench Winery

This post is part of our ongoing series, Canadian Wine — specifically, Canadian wineries and the remarkable wines they produce. Today, Meaghan Carey takes us to the Niagara Region’s Hidden Bench Winery, a cool climate winery that produces wines with a sense of place and time. In Ontario’s Niagara region, about an hour east of Toronto, […]

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15 Savoury Vegan Breakfast Ideas To Kickstart Your Morning

What do you do when you’ve been diagnosed with a food allergy and your favourite foods are taken away? Fear not! Each month FBC member and certified nutritionist, Sondi Bruner, takes a look at how to adapt to an allergen-friendly diet, while still eating delicious and healthy food. This month she presents a wide range of […]

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Cookbook Corner: Eat Delicious by Dennis the Prescott

The FBC Cookbook Corner Eat Delicious cookbook review! The first thing I do when I receive a cookbook to review is read the introduction. This gives me an insight into how the recipes are linked to the author’s life experiences. Dennis the Prescott is a former touring musician who taught himself to cook through Jamie […]

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Iconic Canadian Foods: The History of Bannock

Welcome to our series, Iconic Canadian Food! You may know which classic Canadian dishes you like, but do you know the stories behind them? And how can we define Canadian cuisine if we don’t know its past? Gabby Peyton will be sharing the back stories of a smorgasbord of iconic Canadian dishes to celebrate the […]

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Mastering Tailwind for Pinterest: The Limitations of Tailwind

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. In earlier posts, Chrissie focused on using Tailwind’s […]

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8 Bird’s Nest Recipes Perfect for Easter Treats

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Today, we’re sharing a fun Easter treat – bird’s nests! Bird’s nests are a fun Easter treat that are usually quick and easy to make – and perfect for involving kids in the kitchen.  They’ll […]

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12 Ooey Gooey, Stretchy Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Grilled Cheese may be one of our favourite comfort foods of all time (it’s so hard to decide on just one favourite!).  And while we know we’ve collected a lot of  great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers across the web, we’ve never pulled together a collection of Grilled Cheese Sandwich recipes – so let’s remedy that! […]

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24 Sweet Treat Easter Recipe Ideas For Your Entertaining

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we’re sweet on Easter with these Easter dessert recipes! We’ve gathered up 24 “sweet treat” Easter recipes ideas to help you with your Easter gatherings.  Whether you want a decadent cake, traditional Hot […]

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Seven Delicious Dishes For Passover

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we have seven delicious dishes for Passover! With Passover quickly approaching we’ve put together a selection of Passover recipes from Canadian bloggers.  There are a few foods that are avoided during Passover – most […]

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FBC Featured Member: Occasionally Eggs | Food Bloggers of Canada

FBC Featured Member: Occasionally Eggs

Name: Alexandra Daum Blog name: Occasionally Eggs Where were you born? Toronto, Ontario Where are you living now? Oldenburg, Germany Why did you start your blog? I started my blog right after completing my undergraduate degree. I had studied food in university and always loved to cook, and since I had a little more time […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: Can Beer Spice Up your Life?

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Atlantic Canada craft beer guy, Todd Beal. In today’s column Todd spices things up with new brews that push the flavour envelope from Spindrift Brewing and Garrison Brewing. To make beer all you need is water, malt, hops and yeast — the brewers do their magic, and voila. […]

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PR Desk: What Do Your Digital Breadcrumbs Reveal?

Welcome to our monthly feature The PR Desk! Written by PR professional Heather Travis, it guides food bloggers on the ins and outs of navigating the world of PR agencies and brands. This month, Heather talks about how the trail of digital breadcrumbs you leave on social media might tell a story that contrasts with your carefully curated […]

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FBC Member Spring Cookbook Releases

Spring is officially here and with it comes all the spring cookbook releases! There are a lot of exciting Canadian titles being released this spring but we’re just going to be focusing on cookbooks written by FBC Members today – and there’s a lot!  We’ll be reviewing many of these on Cookbook Corner over the next few […]

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