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Notable: Spring 2023

Plant-based ice cream coated in chocolate!
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Made-in-Canada Dream Pops, made from 100% plant-based ice cream, reimagine your favourite frozen treats, offering all the creamy taste you crave with none of the other ingredients you don’t — think corn syrup, soy lecithin and artificial flavours. Each Dream Pop has fewer than 100 calories and less than five grams of sugar.

These tasty vegan bite-size treats come in a variety of flavours, including Cookie Dough, Birthday Cake, Berry Dreams, Vanilla Matcha and Chocolate Lion.

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Gordon Ramsay Bread Street

Britain’s favourite celebrity chef kicked off the year with his latest cookbook, Gordon Ramsay Bread Street Kitchen.

This engaging yes-you-can cookbook features 100 fresh new recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner from the award-winning team at Bread Street Kitchen in London.

Gordon Ramsay Bread Street Kitchen is all about relaxed and sociable eating, using fresh ingredients and simple techniques, delivered with Ramsay’s personal stamp so you know the dish is going to be good.

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Hamilton Beach Electric Pasta Maker

Looking to impress guests by serving fresh homemade pasta at your next dinner party?

If you’re a foodie keen to try out a new kitchen gadget, Hamilton Beach’s recently launched Electric Pasta Maker is an affordable option with plenty of bells and whistles.

The easy-to-use machine prepares two to three servings of fresh pasta in 15 minutes or less, from start to pop-into-the-pot. It includes seven discs that allow you to make a variety of pasta shapes like penne, spaghetti, fettuccine, lasagna and angel hair.

An internal scale weighs ingredients and helps calculate the ideal ratio of flour to liquid.

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Ginger People

You’ll always find a bottle of Fiji Organic Ginger Syrup by The Ginger People in my fridge, for good reason — versatility!

It’s a creative alternative to traditional breakfast syrup and is delicious poured over stacks of pancakes, waffles, French toast or a hot bowl of oatmeal porridge.

And it’s a perfect substitute for cocktail recipes calling for simple syrup, salad dressing requiring honey, or as a sweetener for tea or coffee.

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Humble Potato Chips

Humble Potato Chips, certified organic, are cooked with their skins on — tastier and zero waste. They’re not batch cooked; rather, they’re cooked in the traditional way, on a conveyor belt, using a light, high-oleic, organic sunflower oil. And now, this sustainable Canadian brand sells the crispy chips in certified plastic-free, compostable bags.

Pop open a bag of The Original, Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar, Smoky BBQ, Creamy Dill or Honey Mustard.

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