Life Food

There are many options to spice up your meal beyond salt and pepper, sometimes it takes a little experimenting to perfect your dish. Marilou Yampolsky/Camrose Canadian Contributor 

Step up your seasoning game

Anything you’re adding to supplement or bring out the natural flavours in your cooking is called seasoning. It can be as simple as salt and pepper, but even more fun are fresh herbs, spices, even citrus juice. Creative cooks are finding new ways to add flavour to make a dish stand out, or turn a meal into a signature dish. There is no right or wron

Planning ahead can ensure Christmas dinner goes off without a hitch and help the host stay stress free. Supplied

Now is the time to plan Christmas dinner

It’s only the first week of December, but it’s not too soon to start thinking and planning for Christmas dinner. If it’s your first time, or your twentieth time preparing the big family feast, it still requires the same amount of planning and prep.

A proper diet for your dog is as important as it is for you. Supplied

Food fit for a dog

This article is a big shift from the usual, we are not talking about people food, the focus this week is on dog food.

Chris Coombs is a finalist in the Innis & Gunn’s Imagine & Gunn contest to come up with a limited edition Canada-inspired beer. Online voting closes Nov. 24. Josh Aldrich/ Camrose Canadian

Red, white and brew

Chris Coombs has never brewed beer on his own, but he could soon become the inspiration for a beer to be in liquor stores across Canada.

The Heie family has found the no grocery store challenge has brought them closer together. Supplied

Test yourself with the no grocery store challenge

Have you ever cleaned out your pantry/cupboard and tossed expired food that you never got around to eating in time? Brought in the groceries and put yet another can of beans beside the exact same can already in the cupboard? Are you like me and have regular recipes that you make all the time and find your grocery list the same every single week? Do

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