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HAL’S KITCHEN: drive-thru coffee delivery

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Many thanks to the Manitoba Restaurant & Foodservices Association and Gordon Food Service for so quickly fulfilling their promise to donate 22 cases of coffee to the Main Street Project. The coffee, valued at roughly $ 1,000, was dropped off this week at 75 Martha Street. This is also where you can deliver coffee or whatever to help the homeless in Winnipeg. And Rob Young of Writers & Rockers Coffee, who kicked off this whole coffee drive with his generous £ 50 donation, tells me his java has also arrived at MSP. Rob says that works out to 2,097 cups of coffee or about a week for us writers LOL!

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BIRTHDAY OF THE REMAINS

Happy Birthday to Brandy Bobier of the Leftovers Foundation of Winnipeg for a great first year saving food and distributing it to hungry people in the city. They just wrapped up a very successful Stuff The Truck event at FreshCo on Jefferson. If you would like to help, please email [email protected]

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METRO OFFER

Over the next few weeks, Subway is helping food banks with a digital donation campaign. One dollar for every order placed through the Subway app or online at Subway.com will be donated to Food Bank Canada’s After The Bell program. The money will be used to buy fresh fruit and vegetables for the children.

DOCTOR shrugging his shoulders

Winnipeg’s only winery faces many challenges right now. Willows Christopher of Shrugging Doctor Beverage Company says they are feeling a supply shortage on several fronts. It takes them longer to get what they need to make wine and when it happens here it costs more. The prices of wine bottles have increased by 20 to 30%, the prices of stoppers and seals for the bottles have doubled, and the costs of fruit have quadrupled.

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GENETICALLY MODIFIED STRAWBERRIES

An Idaho company that has successfully brought genetically modified potatoes to market is now trying it with strawberries. The hope is to make them last longer. JR Simplot and California-based Plant Sciences say they expect to launch the first commercially available genetically modified strawberries within a few years. They aim to make strawberries that will stay fresher longer and have a longer growing season. It is estimated that consumers throw away about 35% of their strawberries because of spoilage.

FREE FOOD!

DoorDash announced a food delivery agreement with Earls across Canada. To celebrate the exclusive partnership, all customers who order Earls on DoorDash through Friday will receive a free Hot Spinach and Three Cheese Dip with their order when they redeem code EARLS at checkout, but only while supplies last. stocks, so place order.

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NEW RAMSAY COOKBOOK

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay looked after the pandemic in his home kitchen in Cornwall, England. He’s made a series of live Instagram shorts, cooking meals in 10 minutes or less. These video segments inspired his new cookbook Ramsay In 10, which is full of recipes prepared against the clock. Ramsay says it’s fun cooking foods that don’t take an hour or more.

CANDY SQUID GAME

If you’ve watched Squid Game on Netflix, you know Dalgona who is Korean sponge candy. Here is a recipe if you want to give it a try.

Makes 3 servings
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:
¼ cup) sugar
1 teaspoon of baking soda

Instructions:
1. Press sauté on Instant Pot.
2. Add the sugar and stir for a few minutes.
3. Add the baking soda and keep stirring until you get a golden mixture.
4. Pour the mixture into a silicone mold.
5. Mold candies into your favorite shapes using a cookie cutter and serve.

– Hal has been writing columns for years. He is also the host of Connecting Winnipeg on weekday mornings from 10 am to noon at 680 CJOB. You can email him at [email protected]

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