Bread - Wine - Cheese - © deviantart.com

Yes, culinary archeology is a real academic discipline, defined as, “research on cooking and cuisine that reveals social, political, religious, and economic practices in the past, and has a unique ability to engage the present with the past through public outreach and solutions to food-related problems.”

Baked Oatmeal Cups - © thespruceeats.com

I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. But… I’ve often remarked how fundamentally unhealthy traditional ‘energy’ bars are. Lots of healthy grains, yes. But glued together with sugar and corn syrup. Loads of carbs and calories for the athletic minority. But unbalanced overload for the rest of us…

Sattu Litti - © indroyc.com

Word is spreading fast. On the internet they would say it’s gone viral. In the product world they call it a ‘breakout’. It’s what Indian food experts are calling their new darling. But the truth is, it’s something as old as Indian cuisine itself dressed up in bright new colours and flavours…

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We’ve mentioned it in passing several times, but there’s a quintessentially Canadian street food treat that I’ve decided really deserves a solo spotlight. What’s better, it was made famous in my home town, Ottawa, and is now known and loved around the world. Kinda makes a person proud…