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From adventures with sea glass and a sail on the sea, to fine ol’ scoffs and a few scuff worthy jigs, a jaunt ‘round Trinity Bay is good for the soul
Route 66 Diner & pub
Pauline Yetman can bring the energy level up multiple notches with just a smile. Her

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We all know Newfoundland and Labrador’s culinary scene is more than buzz-worthy, and now that fact will be shared with the hungry masses.
Three Newfoundland and Labrador based culinary establishments will be featured on the new season of Food Network Canada’s Big Food Bucket List. 
Hosted by renowned comedian and

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The little town that became a viral sensation – Dildo – manages to inspire awe for all the right reasons

 
No staycation is complete without a day – or better yet, an overnighter – spent in the little town with the most curious name. In this special

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More than just an Instagramable beauty, this Sunday-like Filipino dessert should be your next food adventure

 
Halo-halo — or “mix-mix” in Tagalog — is the quintessential Filipino summer dessert found in shops and stalls across the islands.
A rarity in these parts, this beautiful dessert was likely

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One of Newfoundland’s most celebrated chefs, Todd Perrin, joins the judge’s table for the Food Network’s exciting new series Wall of Chefs
 
Mallard Cottage’s Todd Perrin is no stranger to planning for Valentine’s Day, though as a chef it’s not often a day spent making his own romantic plans

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From competing on Spring Baking Championship to bucking stigmas of men in the kitchen, Aaron McInnis is serving up sweets fit for royalty
 
For Aaron McInnis, a self-taught baker and specialty cake designer who has made waves as the first Canadian to ever compete on the internationally televised Spring

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