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To tip or not to tip?

To tip or not to tip?

(CNW) From calculating a tip in Mexico to chewing gum in Singapore, many Canadians admit they are baffled and sometimes mistaken when it comes to tipping etiquette and understanding customs when vacationing overseas, according to the TD First Class Travel International Etiquette Poll. The poll found three quarters of Canadians (76 percent) are planning on [...]

February 15, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

It’s zucchini season!

It’s zucchini season!

Zucchini is undoubtedly the most prevalent (and prolific) summer squash. It is usually dark green, often has longitudinal stripes of lighter green, and occasionally is yellow with green stripes. One half cup of cooked summer squash contains 16 calories, 1 gram of protein, 3 grams of carbohydrates, some vitamin A and C, and some fibre. [...]

August 2, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

Poinsettia remains most popular Yuletide plant

Poinsettia remains most popular Yuletide plant

Very few Canadians pronounce poinsettia (poin-set-ee-uh) the correct way. Generally, we call the beautiful plant “point-set-ah. It doesn’t really matter. They are the most popular Yuletide plants sold in Canada and it would not be Christmas without them. About 70 million are sold each year in North America. Their botanical name, Euphorbia pulcherrima, means “very [...]

November 1, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden 0

A World of Flavours

A World of Flavours

Big cities such as Toronto or Chicago provide residents an opportunity to enjoy cuisine from around the world. Sudbury may not have the whole planet covered, but foodies can have a good trip if they know where to go. Asian feast King’s Buffet, (1051 The Kingsway) a royal Oriental feast…all you can eat 365 days [...]

March 1, 2011 Dana Young Savour Sudbury 0

Chocolate

Chocolate

Researchers at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy, interviewed 153 women between the ages of 24 and 44 and found women who ate chocolate have better sex lives than women who don’t eat the heavenly treat. “Chocolate can have a positive physiological impact on a woman’s sexuality,” noted the study. This may explain something men [...]

November 1, 2010 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0