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Cookbook Corner: All the Sweet Things by Renee Kohlman

The FBC All the Sweet Things cookbook review!   **This post contains affiliate links. In plain English that means that when you click on the link and make a purchase, we receive a small commission.  It does not alter the price you pay but it helps us run this site and support the work that Canadian […]

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19 Ways to Use Chives in Your Cooking

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Today we feature one of the easiest ingredients to grow on your own – chives and chive recipes! Chives are one of the easiest items to grow in your garden – whether they’re in a garden bed […]

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The Exchange Brewery: Making Beer with a Wine-Country Accent

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Ontario and Quebec craft beer guy, David Ort. Today David talks to the folks at Exchange Brewery about how they make their beers recognizable for their Niagara connections. How many craft breweries need to open in Niagara before it has to change its name to “beer and wine […]

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The Potluck Problem: How to Create Dishes Everyone Can Eat

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 helps us create potluck […]

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Home Brewing Essentials: Grains and Equipment

If you’re a beer enthusiast, have you ever considered home brewing? In the introductory article of our home brewing series, Jared Kovacs shared that a good way to start out is to try duplicating some of your favourite commercial beers. Today, Jared helps you sort out the essentials to get started, in terms of both grains and equipment. When […]

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10 Dishes Perfect for An Elegant Brunch

Nothing feels more relaxed and leisurely than a lazy Sunday brunch. Every week we share great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers across the web and this week we’ve brought together 10 elegant dishes that are perfect for a weekend brunch (and most of them are pretty easy to pull together too!). Brunch is the perfect way to […]

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FBC Featured Member: Clockwatching Tart

Name:  Jen Hodge Blog name:  Clockwatching Tart Where were you born?  Toronto Where are you living now?  London, Ontario Why did you start your blog?   I love cooking and I thought it would be a great way to document my meals while learning about photography.  I also love travelling and discovering local food and drink […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: Tatamagouche Brewing in Nova Scotia

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Atlantic Canada craft beer guy, Todd Beal. In today’s column Todd takes us to the Northumberland Strait on the north shore of Nova Scotia to visit Tatamagouche Brewing. This month I’d like to introduce you to Tatamagouche Brewing. Tatabrew, as its fans call it, is situated in […]

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5 Reasons You’re Not Getting Blogger Campaigns

One of the most common questions we get asked here at FBC is “why didn’t I get picked for the last campaign?”.  In fact, we get asked that all the time. Despite the fact that we have said time and time again that traffic is not the deciding factor in how brands make their decisions, […]

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Canada’s Chefs: Chef Ilona Daniel of PEI

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 Chef Ilona Daniel for whom Prince Edward Island has proved to be […]

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Sriracha-cha-cha: 19 Zippy Sriracha Inspired Recipes!

Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Today we want to add a little zip to your life with 19 Sriracha inspired recipes!  Sriracha is one of the most well-known hot sauces – you can’t mistake it with it’s signature red bottle and green top! If […]

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PR Desk: Why Small Blog Numbers are No Big Deal

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 busts the myth that brands only work with bloggers with big blog traffic and social media numbers. When it comes to […]

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Cooking With Dandelions: Dandelion Recipe Ideas

With spring here and dandelions popping up everywhere we thought we’d ask some of our FBC members across the country for their dandelion recipes as well as any tips they might have on using them. Dandelions are more than just a pesky weed! **This post contains affiliate links. In plain English that means that if you click on the link […]

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FBC Featured Member: Cooking With Jax

Name: Jacqueline (Jax) Delisle Blog name: Cooking With Jax  Where were you born? Hinton, Alberta (though I grew up in Brule, Alberta) Where are you living now? Hinton, Alberta Why did you start your blog? Everyone was always asking me for my recipes, so I created a blog as a way to document them not only for myself, but […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: The Collaborative Side of Craft Beer

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our BC craft beer guy, Bryan Clegg. Today Bryan talks about collaboration among craft brewers, likening a craft beer collab to a rock supergroup. Collaborations featuring breweries like Powell Street, Steamworks, Dageraad, Steel & Oak, Ravens, and Odd Society Distillery are like the rock festivals of brewing! We’ve talked about […]

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10 Reasons the Library Is a Food Blogger’s Best Friend

Libraries are one of the most undervalued blogger resources, especially if you’re a food blogger.  Your local library is chock full of services, many of them digital and incredibly high tech, to help you develop your blogging skills and create inspired content. Today, we share 10 ways your public library is at your disposal — you […]

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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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