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The Quarantine Pantry
City Style and Living Magazine fall 2020 Quarantine Pantry staples, nuts, beans

Let’s get real, during these strange times, we’ve all gotten to flex our kitchen skills, cooking traditional family recipes or experimenting with new ones. The following essential, long-lasting ingredients are delicious, nutritious, helpful and filling (or all of the above) and can extend through weeks (or months) of hunkering down at home with enough variety so your family will not be bored.

You’re A Real Slice! (Crostini)
City Style and Living Magazine spring 2020 You’re A Real Slice! (Crostini) smorrebrod

These small wonders are chock full of bold flavor. Try one of CSL’s four easy alternatives. The sky’s the limit!

The New Power Lunch
City Style and Living Magazine spring 2020 food The New Power Lunch

There’s nothing more overwhelming than changing your diet. However, even small tweaks can make all the difference. Start with lunch. Here are 5 easy ways to up your nutrition game in 2020.

Easy French Bistro At Home
City Style and Living Magazine spring 2020 food Easy French Bistro At Home

Bring the unfussy food of Lyon’s most famous restaurant style to your table at home.

Why You Should Eat More Fish and How To Prepare It
City Style and Living Magazine spring 2020 Eat More fish Scallops and Papilotte

Studies show that consuming seafood is a great way to maintain overall health. The lean protein is a great source of vitamin D, omega 3 fatty acids, and can even help improve sleep quality. Here are CSL’s four favourites, plus tips on what to look for when choosing fish ready for the pot or the pan.