Treats and kibble made with fungus offer high protein from plant-based foods, but not all pets may be able to make the switch.
The trickle of EU expats leaving the UK is expected to become a flood during 2018. Ever since the Brexit referendum result was announced, EU member state citizens living and working in the UK have quietly been preparing to leave, either for their home countries or to start again as expats in an unknown land. As the negotiations drag on,... Expats Blog -
Expats pinning their financial hopes on digital currencies can take some encouragement from China and Russiaâ??s begrudging acceptance of the online money. Expatriates eager to invest in cryptocurrencies in spite of their unregulated volatility may have been offered some slight reassurance by Russia and Chinaâ??s take on the wildly... Expats Blog -
Answers to all your poutine questions Do the cheese curds squeak? Did the gravy come from a box? Were the potatoes hand-cut? And just what kind of oil is in that fryer? All vital questions when it comes to Quebec's most emblematic food export. Show More Summary
The famous physicist was fond of making scientific bets and predictions, from the nature of black holes to the end of humanity.
Recent reports suggest British would-be expats are continuing to buy Spanish properties, but the actual number of UK citizens in the country is in sharp decline. Official figures from the last quarter of 2017 show more British buyers are busily buying Spanish homes than are investors from other world countries, but the total number of... Expats Blog -
British expats in Spain and France are to get authentic curry kits from a new Derbyshire start-up. If thereâ??s one thing that Brits living in Spain and France miss, itâ??s the authentic Indian curries served up all over the UK in takeaways and restaurants owned by equally authentic curry chefs. However, relief is now at hand thanks to an... Expats Blog -
This one’s more of a take-out spot The people behind Plateau sushi restaurant Tri Express have opened a second location, Le P’tit Tri, in Petite-Patrie. Food blog Tastet reports that the Japanese spot is open as of Tuesday from the father-son duo of Tri Du (the Tri Express chef and founder) and Thierry-Tri Du-Boisclair. Show More Summary
Also, peep some of the wine bar’s dishes Major players from famed Montreal restaurant Joe Beef opened up Little Italy wine bar Mon Lapin just a week ago. And while chef-owner Marc-Olivier Frappier, sommelier Vanya Filipovic, with the...Show More Summary
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health has released a directive banning expats with certain non-contagious illnesses from becoming permanent residents. The ban follows another directive listing 22 sicknesses and applies to expats with high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer and several other non-contagious illnesses as yet undeclared. The original... Expats Blog -
Mitch Landrieu explains how a question from old friend Wynton Marsalis spurred his reckoning with the city’s monuments on National Geographic’s America Inside Out with Katie Couric.
Thousands of miles from its native habitat, the tropical bird could be a captive escapee.
Following a call from Plaid Cymru, Britainâ??s Welsh nationalist party, a parliamentary debate on EU citizenship for UK expats is taking place. The minority political party believes the UKâ??s Brexit negotiators should include the proposal in future talks, thus allowing Britons living in EU member states to have at least a chance of... Expats Blog -
Blacktip sharks usually travel in the tens of thousands from North Carolina to Florida. But thanks to climate change, more are staying put.
The owners are hoping to make the Laurier BBQ space shine again Fiery downtown Italian restaurant Fiorellino is set to open in Mile End later this spring. Fiorellino opened in 2015 on de la Gauchetiere downtown, from the team behindShow More Summary
The bars, restaurants, and cafés that are springing to life soon For what should be the restaurant world’s quiet season, winter brought a host of high-profile new arrivals to Montreal, with new venues from the owners of Joe Beef, a new shack for the Au Pied de Cochon folks, and a new pizza spot from some of the Nora Gray crew. Show More Summary
So parenting is a lot. Like a whole lot. As in it’s impossible to compare to anything I’ve ever done prior in life. In the three years since I stepped away from daily updates on this site to spend the...
Click here to subscribe to my email newsletter with free updates about my upcoming novel. THE FIRST PAGE OF “THE DEVOTED” STARTS WITH A PROBLEM. I’d written a shaky short story for my fiction workshop. It was about Zen Buddhism, and growing up Irish Catholic; it was about getting sucked into religious devotion that became …
Check out this screenshot from a video taken by Jean Rathle. Then scroll down to the video. Watch from about 2 minutes in and witness Steve B. taking out Al M. Steve was definitely barging here (pretty common thing in formula fleets). Show More Summary
Victoria Day weekend in the Gorge - and just to make all those visiting Canadians (plus your humble narrator from Bellingham, which is nearly up there as well) feel right at home, the Gorge was dishing out frontal conditions - gusty winds, clouds (we kept waiting for rain, but were spared), and chilly temps (I doubt it broke 50 while we were racing). Show More Summary