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Hot dish: the humble zucchini

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Zucchinis are marvellous vegetables. They are cheap, tasty and prolific. Growing up with an Italian mother, I have eaten my fair share of zucchini. I never seem to get bored with it because it ‘s such a versatile ingredient. You can eat them at any stage in development, from flower to full grown squash. Now […]

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Trent University: jobs for all

An article recently published on The Examiner, titled: “Trent University: No Jobs for Canadian Students?” outlines an ill-funded and misinformed opinion about student job opportunities at Trent University. The article described how at a particular point in time, the few jobs posted for students in the Trent Job Board were exclusively for international students. This […]

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Craft brewers attend the 1st annual kawartha craft beer festival

If you were one of the curious many that attended the 1st annual Kawartha Craft Beer Festival last Saturday on June 20th, you probably have a wicked tan by now, and a festival glass sitting on a shelf in your home. You may also have had a few complaints regarding the festival. I spoke to […]

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Hot dish: sumptuous eats for savvy students

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My love affair with butter dates well back into my childhood. I can’t remember a time when I did not slather toast, muffins and, well, pretty much everything with this creamy, salty and golden treat. However, as I aged, I began to look for new and fascinating ways to incorporate butter into my recipes. These […]

   Opinion

Bring back hello

I work downtown Peterborough; and I am blessed to do so. George Street is bustling with the traffic of people walking at almost any time of the day with window shoppers, regular coffee drinkers, and the busy bustle of students and professionals wandering to and fro. I can’t picture our lovely downtown strip without the […]

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Hot dish: the humble zucchini

DSC_0951

Zucchinis are marvellous vegetables. They are cheap, tasty and prolific. Growing up with an Italian mother, I have eaten my fair share of zucchini. I never seem to get bored with it because it ‘s such a versatile ingredient. You can eat them at any stage in development, from flower to full grown squash. Now […]

   Opinion

Trent University: jobs for all

An article recently published on The Examiner, titled: “Trent University: No Jobs for Canadian Students?” outlines an ill-funded and misinformed opinion about student job opportunities at Trent University. The article described how at a particular point in time, the few jobs posted for students in the Trent Job Board were exclusively for international students. This […]

   Life

Craft brewers attend the 1st annual kawartha craft beer festival

If you were one of the curious many that attended the 1st annual Kawartha Craft Beer Festival last Saturday on June 20th, you probably have a wicked tan by now, and a festival glass sitting on a shelf in your home. You may also have had a few complaints regarding the festival. I spoke to […]

   Life

Hot dish: sumptuous eats for savvy students

Bacon-Cheddar-and-Maple-Biscuits-14-1024x861

My love affair with butter dates well back into my childhood. I can’t remember a time when I did not slather toast, muffins and, well, pretty much everything with this creamy, salty and golden treat. However, as I aged, I began to look for new and fascinating ways to incorporate butter into my recipes. These […]

   Opinion

Bring back hello

I work downtown Peterborough; and I am blessed to do so. George Street is bustling with the traffic of people walking at almost any time of the day with window shoppers, regular coffee drinkers, and the busy bustle of students and professionals wandering to and fro. I can’t picture our lovely downtown strip without the […]

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