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Two Great Eats in: Vancouver

2 of CSL’s favourite eats for lunch and dinner in Vancouver’s Gastown and Granville Island neighbourhoods

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3 Great New Products For the Kitchen: Winter

Tunisian olive oil, fibre rich cereal and a dinner party essential

Great gourmet products for the season including green beaver, world cuisine spiralizer and bahlsen chocolate coated biscuits from City Style and Living Magazine
3 Great Products For The Kitchen

Great gourmet products for the season from CSL’s food editors

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Four Asian Ingredients Decoded

Add a ton of flavour to dishes with these four ingredients.

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Asian Slaw and Wakame Salad

The perfect match for Korean fried chicken, this recipe gives an Asian twist to the classic slaw.

How D’ya Like Them Apples by Madge Baird pork tenderloin
Dressed-Up Pork Medallions

A classic combination – pork and apples – make a great weeknight supper.

City Style and Living Magazine gimlet cocktail recipe

Once favoured by the British Navy for preventing scurvy, this refreshing cocktail is simple to make. Although the original recipe calls for gin, vodka can be substituted as an alternative. Some recipes use only Rose’s lime cordial (or lime juice as it’s known in the US) for a citrus kick, but we like amped up flavour of fresh juice.

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Chicken Quesadillas with Apples and Brie

Make the most of the season of apples with this quick to prepare recipe.

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Pear Scallop and Roasted Red Pepper Salad with Golden Raspberry Vinaigrette

Substitute blueberries for a less tangy flavour.

City Style and living recipe easy golden raspberry tart
Golden Raspberry Tarts

A distinctive hue makes these raspberries standout. Red raspberries or any other ripe, fresh fruit work equally well in this recipe.