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Hot stuff: the world now has a newly certified hottest pepper

Hot stuff: the world now has a newly certified hottest pepper

Only five people so far have been able to eat an entire Pepper X
ON COOKING: Fall brings with it ideas for stew

ON COOKING: Fall brings with it ideas for stew

Culinary instructor and columnist Chef Dez shares ideas for autumn favourites
Death of U.S. teen raising questions about spicy food challenges

Death of U.S. teen raising questions about spicy food challenges

Food challenges have a long history, but have they become too extreme?
Take it slow…and even slower

Take it slow…and even slower

Lessons from a slow-food lifestyle
Universal lunch to be offered at 5 elementary schools in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Universal lunch to be offered at 5 elementary schools in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

The program will offer students a variety of hot and cold lunches two days a week – stigma free
QUIZ: Are you ready for the fruit harvest?

QUIZ: Are you ready for the fruit harvest?

Agricultural workers are harvesting various fruit crops
Water world

Water world

FATHOM delivers unique, seafood-forward experience
Your guide to hosting a simple but memorable dinner party

Your guide to hosting a simple but memorable dinner party

Denise Marchessault, author of The Artful Pie Project, teaches online cooking classes
Putin promises no-cost Russian grain shipments to 6 African countries

Putin promises no-cost Russian grain shipments to 6 African countries

Putin spoke at the opening session of a two-day Russia-Africa summit
Aspartame findings shouldn’t change aspartame consumption: B.C. experts

Aspartame findings shouldn’t change aspartame consumption: B.C. experts

Artificial sweetener classified as possible carcinogen, SFU says consumption levels must be extreme