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Movers & Shakers: LìOLà Pizzeria

LìOLà Pizzeria takes pizza-making very seriously. LìOLà co-founder Anna Giampà Fiorilli, and her husband, serial entrepreneur Matteo Fiorilli, took their love of food and turned it into a flourishing business. Anna let MList readers in on how their children have im...
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The Christmas Eve Tree

In a deeply moving story with the hallmarks of a classic, a homeless boy’s rescue of a spindly Christmas tree sparks a glimmer of hope that has far-reaching effects. It’s late on Christmas Eve, and the little fir tree is the only tree left in the shop. What a poor thing I am, it thi...
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School Voices: Accepting rejection and learning from failure

Barbara Corcoran once said, “All the best things happened to me after I got rejected. I knew the power of getting past no.” If you get rejected, don’t take it personally, just use it to make yourself stronger and try harder. Sometimes you don’t get what you want but you get w...
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Holiday Gift Guide: Meaningful and thoughtful gift ideas

It’s December! That means a whole lot of cozy socks, holiday movies and lit candles. Oh ya! And the stress of what to buy your loved ones. I personally adore gift giving and spoiling the people closest to me, but I must admit, every year I am faced with the same dilemma: I have no idea what to...
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Recipe: POTATO JALAPEÑO LATKES

These are classic latkes, grated potatoes bound with matzo meal and egg, but the simple addition of jalapeño adds a new kick to an old Jewish classic. Ingredients For the Horseradish Crema: 1⁄2 cup crema or sour cream 2 tbsp. prepared horseradish 1 tbsp. rice wine vinegar 1&fr...
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Meet The Latkes

Lucy Latke's family is just like yours or mine. Except that they're potato pancakes. And also, they are completely clueless. After lighting the menorah and gobbling the gelt, Grandpa Latke tells everyone the Hanukkah story, complete with mighty Mega Bees who use a giant dreidel to fight agai...
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Can you be friends with the opposite sex (or the sex you are attracted to)?

Look, platonic relationships between men and women exist.  Nobody should be so bold as to assume that there are ZERO platonic relationships between people who could be attracted to one other.  The world is big and the people in it are powerful enough to achieve very significant and (perhap...
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Recipe: Challah French Toast

Make use of leftovers with this delicious breakfast treat. Ingredients 6 extra-large eggs 1 1/2 cups half-and-half or milk 1 teaspoon grated orange zest 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 tablespoon good honey 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1 large loaf challah or brioche bread ...
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Wise Women Canada: My Type 1 Truth

As I pass the 20 year mark on my diabetic journey, I have come to a place of reflection on the reality of what I have been through. Before I begin with the personal side, I should shed some light on the disease I have come to know so intimately: Type 1 Diabetes is an incurable, unpreventable, autoim...
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Food

Recipe: Beef stew

This hearty beef stew is quite a treat and is every bit as good as it’s cousin, the famous beef bourguignon and lamb stew. Pair it with crusty French bread or with mashed potatoes. It is so satisfying! Ingredients 6 oz bacon chopped into 1/4" wide strips 2 Tbsp olive oil to sautee ...
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Food

Recipe: Best beef brisket

Making a giant, roasted brisket for your family or friends is basically the best way to say “I love you” through a dish. It’s so comforting, and it’s a showstopper that’s actually ridiculously simple to make.  Ingredients 4 lb. beef brisket Kosher salt ...
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Family Activity Of The Week: Hanukkah activities for all

We're in the midst of celebrating Hanukkah, and with such a vibrant Jewish community in Montreal. there are lots of great family-centric activities to check out. Here's how to enjoy the festival of lights: Hanukkah cooking at Provigo Pierrefonds. This is suitable for slightly older kids (...
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