Posts Tagged ‘Food’

Oxfam brings food insecurity awareness to Dal

The Dalhousie and King’s Oxfam Society held a hunger banquet on Nov. 22 in the Student Union Building. The society represented issues of global disparity of wealth and food inequality. “We really had no idea what to expect,” says Katie Clarke, the co-president of the society. “I think we really just wanted to get through…

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Nay to Holiday Diets

In this image: a feast.

Holiday dinners vary across cultures and families. One commonality that links us together is the knowledge that delicious feasts aren’t going to be kind to our waistlines.   But should we give a shit?   Every year, bad Lifetime movies and Christmas decorations accompany headlines across the world spreading “tips” for staying trim during the holiday season. Prepackaged snacks to avoid grandma’s baking. Drinking two liters of water so you…

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Eat your veggies!

The delicate balancing act between school and a healthy lifestyle can be hard for some students.   I know it has been for me. Making time to meal plan, shop and cook is stressful at times. The good news is, the Dalhousie Student Union market is offering solutions to ease some of that stress! With the DSU bringing fresh food to campus, students can…

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Sweet tips for your Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so students are preparing to head home or host Friendsgiving in the city.   Don’t stress about baking, because The Dalhousie Gazette talked to Dalhousie University professor and competitor on the second season of The Great Canadian Baking Show, Sachin Seth, for some sweet tips.   Seth recognizes that not all…

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Uber Eats hits Halifax streets

Put your sweatpants on and settle in for a relaxing evening of Netflix and chill because Uber Eats is here and you may never have to leave the house for food again.   Launched on Aug. 23, Halifax is the first city in the Maritimes to offer the Uber Eats service.  Simon Brown, general manager of…

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Zero-waste coffee shop and store coming to Halifax

Kate Pepler can fit the garbage she accumulates in one year in one small jar.   Items such as food stickers, clothing tags, straws and pill bottle wrappers are the few bits of waste that end up in the jar.   Pepler grew up on Toronto Island: a green oasis in Lake Ontario, within spitting distance of…

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Five-hundred people fed for Thanksgiving

The season of sweaters, pumpkins, and changing leaves is approaching, and with it, Thanksgiving; the holiday we all associate with an abundance of food – mainly turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie.  For a lot of people, this time of year is when we come together with those we love to show our thanks for…

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Dalstrology: Thanking the stars

Libra (September 23 – October 22) Thanksgiving is a time to spend with family, friends and partners. Showing care for those you love is important right now. On October 14, Venus will enter Libra making your love life sizzle. Bring to Thanksgiving dinner: Classic pumpkin pie Scorpio (October 23 – November 21) Abundance and good…

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Delicious dishes to serve at Thanksgiving dinner

Tang Bing – Northern China Submitted by Lianne Xiao This recipe is simple and came from Lianne’s father’s memory. Ingredients Flour Cooking Oil Water Sugar Directions Cooking oil: I am not sure how much, like less than half a rice bowl of cooking oil.  Dough: use 2 hands full of flour and mix with water. …

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Benefits of meal prep

Disclaimer: This piece reads like sponsored content. It’s not, I just really love this program.  Good food, saving money, and learning how to cook, there’s a lot to get excited about in meal planning. For those that don’t know, meal planning is figuring out what to make for a week and then buying all those…

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