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Prosecco fruit salad

BY CATHERINE MOREAU

Fruit salad
Photo Credit: Katherine Macnaughton

A standard in cafeteria’s worldwide, fruit salad is often thought of as a somewhat unoriginal and dated dessert option. However, it can be a refreshing and healthy way to end a meal or to start off your day. One way to infuse new life into this classic is by adding a grapefruit simple syrup, some fresh basil and a dash of Prosecco. I recently brought this jazzed up version to a brunch and it was appreciated by all. What’s great about fruit salad is that you can add whatever fruit is ripe and in season. It’s also a breeze to make if ever you’re pressed for time. You can also indulge knowing that you’re doing your body good!
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Eating well, Healthy and Sustainably!

BY CAMILLE MACNAUGHTON AND CHRIS ELVIDGE

Herring burger
Photo Credit: Katherine Macnaughton

As a self-proclaimed foodie, I strive to eat good food, but does that mean I have to compromise on certain ethical beliefs about where the food comes from and how it is caught, especially fish? Chris and I are both biologists, focused on the ecological impacts that industry or people have on freshwater systems. As a result, we are well aware of all the research supporting sustainable fisheries and how shifting to such practices is a win-win situation for the health of our oceans, the socio-economic standing of local fishing communities, and overall human health. We are however, always questioning the ever-changing state of certain fisheries and are continually asking ourselves how best to implement smarter choices in everyday life. If we have problems making these decisions, we are surely not alone!
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Pissaladière – Not your nonna’s pizza

BY AURÉLIE PTITO
From the Christmas Throwdown
pissaladière

This is one of the first things I learned how to make, when I was about 8, courtesy of some friends in France. It’s thanks to this recipe that I can now peel and chop pounds of onions without my eyes ever tearing up, which trust me was not always the case! It’s a simple dish, with a limited number of ingredients, and I guarantee it’s always a hit for any occasion.

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