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Ceraforce - The Alternative Nonstick


People usually turn towards nonstick pans as a way of cutting down on some of the time and work required to cook - food doesn't stick to the pan, minimal to no oil/butter is needed, and it cleans easily. However, depending on the type of nonstick, what they gain in time is often sacrificed in health. 

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Vegetarian Chow Mein

A good chow mein is very simple to make, given the basic sauce. Take-out versions mostly consist of noodles with very few vegetables. Chef Michael Williams likes to change it up by making chow mein with at least half of it being vegetables and the other half noodles. 

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Vitamix vs. KitchenAid

Kitchen appliances are meant to be used as tools; tools that help inspire, create, and minimize the amount of work in between you and your food. However, a blender is more than just a tool - it’s a workhorse. Learn more about the differences between the Kitchenaid Pro Line blender and the Vitamix Pro 750 to see which one is right for you!


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Green Chia Smoothie

This green smoothie will have you feeling superb. This is a versatile recipe that can be made with any fruits or vegetables. You won’t believe how healthy, creamy and tasty this smoothie is.

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Introducing Chef Hagit Ammer

Chef Hagit Ammer is one of our newest additions to the Lonsdale cooking classes. She is known for creating dishes with a focus on international flavours and wholesome, nutritious ingredients. Her philosophy is that good food should not only taste good but should also be good for you. 

We posed these five questions to Chef Hagit Ammer:

When did you know you wanted to be a chef?
When I made my first pasta at age 5 and used spices that were ‘unconventional’.  I was mixing any spice in my cupboard that I could get my hands on, and when it was finished, I felt the freedom that cooking could bring.  Without any mistakes I could create such a wondrous taste.

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