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The Ultimate Blueberry Recipe Guide: 70+ Recipe Ideas

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 share our ultimate blueberry recipe guide – over 70 juicy blueberry recipes. Blueberries with their pop of vivid colour add a little extra sweetness to everything they touch.  They’re Mother Nature’s candy – and […]

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Featured Member: Chew Street

Name: Charlene Theodore Blog Name: Chew Street  Where were you born? Toronto Where are you living now? Toronto Why did you start your blog? I’m passionate about philanthropy and food.  More specifically,  I am in awe of businesses like, TOM’S, Mealshare and B Corporations that incorporate giving into their profit model.  I wanted to see […]

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Nickel Brook Brewing: Craft Brewery Experiments with Purpose

This week’s Canadian Craft Beer post comes from our Ontario and Quebec craft beer guy, David Ort. Today David talks to the folks at Ontario’s Nickel Brook Brewing Co. about their joint venture with Collective Arts, their commitment to new ideas, and what the future holds for this craft brewery. After passing the “we’re just struggling to brew enough […]

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Accounting for Food Bloggers: A GST Primer

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.  Angela breaks it down so that bookkeeping for food bloggers doesn’t have to be hard! Today she brings […]

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Home Brewing Essentials: Understanding Malt

If you’re a beer enthusiast, have you ever considered home brewing? Our home brewing expert, Jared Kovacs, shares all the information you need to know to start producing your own great beer. This month he talks about why grain is important to brewing beer and demystifies malt, an essential ingredient of beer. Grain is the backbone of beer. Always has been and […]

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Cookbook Corner: The Preservatory by Lee Murphy

The FBC The Preservatory 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 food bloggers do. ** […]

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Cooking Over A Campfire: 9 Recipe Ideas

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 cooking over a campfire or cookstove!  When outdoor season it’s hard to want to come home to make dinner.  So take dinner with you! Whether you’re camping, spending a day and evening at the […]

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Featured FBC Member: How To Eat

Names: Erin Macgregor & Dara Gurau Blog name: How to Eat Where were you born? Well, there are two of us! Erin MacGregor was born in Windsor, Ontario and Dara Gurau was born in Toronto Where are you living now? Both in Toronto! Why did you start your blog? We became fast friends working as dietitians in a large […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: Horton Ridge Malt and Grain Company

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 first malting company in Nova Scotia, Horton Ridge Malt and Grain Company in the Annapolis Valley. Nova Scotia independent craft beer has grown at an incredible rate the last few years. So […]

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10 Types of Great Food Content for Your YouTube Channel

Interested in becoming a YouTube food video star but don’t know where to begin? Seasoned YouTube videographer Eve Martel shares her tips for creating great content for your YouTube video channel. These ideas will have you catching subscribers’ attention! When it comes to creating video content, exploring a wider variety of themes is key to keeping your […]

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Canadian Wine: The Grange of Prince Edward

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 Grange of Prince Edward in Ontario’s Prince Edward County, Canada’s most rapidly growing wine region. The mother-daughter team of Caroline and Maggie Granger produce wines that reflect the […]

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Grow Your Own Food: Summer Gardening Chores

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 takes us […]

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Iconic Canadian Food: The History of the Halifax Donair

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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What’s In a Name? Blogger, Creator, Influencer?

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. A rose is a rose by any other name, but what’s a content creator or influencer? This month, Heather explores the titles we choose […]

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Blend & Extend: A Mushroom and Beef Farm Tour

Blending finely chopped mushrooms and ground beef together is a great way to extend portions and bring another vegetable to the plate. As a dedicated Blenditarian and farm tour enthusiast, Ethan Adeland was happy to visit both a mushroom farm and cattle ranch in Ontario recently, and today he shares his experience with you. This […]

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Canada’s Craft Beer: Twin Sails Brewing

This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our BC craft beer guy, Bryan Clegg. Today Bryan visits a brewery that’s at the front of the latest in craft brew trends, Twin Sails Brewing in Port Moody, BC. The notification light on my phone went off. I picked it up and read the message from my […]

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Food Styling Raw Ingredients For The Camera

In our Food Styling 101 series, Lisa Bolton offers up food styling tips 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 and read your articles. This month she shares her tips on how to food style raw ingredients – […]

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