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Alison Roman Wants You To Use Better Kitchen ‘Materials’

February 20, 2019

From left: Eunice Byun, Alison Roman, and David NguyenEMMANUEL HAHN Plenty of folks have things go viral. Everything from YouTube videos to the occasional unfortunate article blows up from time to time. But recipes tend not to inspire quite the same level of devotion. Unless they’re by Alison Roman. Alison’s recipes in The New York Times are so […]

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Tiny homes could solve big problems regarding affordable housing in Rochester

February 19, 2019

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHAM) – Some big plans are shaping up for tiny houses in Rochester. They could be a way for people to live the American dream. The Rochester Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative has given a group a grant to give the idea a try. A tiny home’s size ranges between 200 and 300 square feet. “We are […]

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Off the grid: Two tiny house startups where you can actually stay

February 18, 2019

The ultimate luxury has long been considered a great big home, soaring ceilings, more rooms, more appliances, more adornments, more flourishes. But there’s been a push, recently, towards the simpler things in life. Recognising that a lot of noise and chaos is not conducive to a true sense of peace and harmony, the tiny house […]

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Upgrade Your Kitchen With These President’s Day Appliance Deals

February 17, 2019

Wood table top on blur clean home kitchen background for montage product display design template.GETTY When you’re renovating a space piece by piece, it’s easy to let things linger, waiting for that perfect deal or major sale to come along. But if your transformation timeline has turned from days to weeks to months, now’s the […]

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Ottawa, provinces commit to addressing abuse in sports

February 16, 2019

Kirsty Duncan, Canada’s minister of science and sport, makes an announcement on Friday in Red Deer, Alta., that the federal government, along with each province and territory, has signed a declaration to tackle and prevent harassment, abuse and discrimination in sport. (Terry Reith/CBC) Canadian politicians are banding together to address harassment, abuse and discrimination in sports, […]

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Four ways to heat things up in the kitchen this Valentine’s Day

February 15, 2019

f you’re looking to spice things up this Valentine’s Day, chili peppers are said to be an aphrodisiac. So why not add a little heat to your cooking? Our favourite firefighter, Chef Patrick Mathieu, dropped by The Social with some red-hot dishes to set the mood. Click on the recipe title below to find each recipe. SPICY BOURBON […]

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