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Classic Canola French Fries: Canola oil is a great choice for high heat cooking.
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Chiffon Celebration Cake: Recipe developed at The Culinary Institute of America by Chef Instructor Brenda La Noue.
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Maple Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Rosemary: A simple, five-ingredient marinade does double duty; after infusing the meat it’s simmered into a sweet, savoury sauce to serve alongside the roasted pork. 

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Wild Mushroom Panini: My favorite thing to eat is a grilled sandwich. Usually more ingredients are in between the bread. This sandwich has it all in the bread.
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Chocolate War Cake: War cake, popularized in the U.S. during World War II, is made without eggs or milk, which were hard to get at the time. The recipe has stuck around all these years because it is moist, chocolaty and a cinch to make.
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Story Posted: 2014-09-09
CanolaInfo’s ‘Spice Route’ Traces History of Global Flavors
– In the majority of the world, spices are now taken for granted. But centuries ago, they were important enough to inspire wars, chase around the globe by ship and trade for the island of Manhattan.

Story Posted: 2014-09-05
Spice Route: A Journey of Global Flavors
In the majority of the world, spices are now taken for granted. But centuries ago, they were important enough to inspire wars, circumnavigate the globe to find and trade for the island of Manhattan.

Story Posted: 2014-09-05
Spicy Facts
Learn more below about how the ports of call below figured in spice history and the CanolaInfo recipes they inspired!

Story Posted: 2014-09-05
Spice Glossary
In ancient times, a spice was defined as anything that had a strong aroma, meaning herbs, spices and incenses all qualified.

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Bistro Chicken Pasta Salad: You may want to double the recipe because it goes so fast.
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Chewy Blueberry Oatmeal Cookies: Everyone should have a chewy oatmeal cookie recipe in their repertoire.
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Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes: Kids always love pancakes and these are healthier than most with fibre and protein.
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Mini Calzones: Calzones, inspired by Italy, come in miniature versions in this recipe, making for a quick and delicious meal or snack any time of day.
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Quick Dark Chocolate Brownies: These better-for-you brownies are rich in chocolate, but balanced in sweetness by almonds, which also add a little crunch.
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Quinoa, Black Bean & Mango Salad: Quinoa, an ancient “grain” that’s actually an edible seed related to beets and spinach, makes a fantastic base for a salad.
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Vegetarian Portobello Mushroom Stack Over Quinoa: Quinoa has a lighter, fluffier texture than most whole grains, and is a rich source of protein.
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Pantry Perfect
A few basic ingredients, such as canola oil, whole wheat flour and canned tomatoes, and a little planning go a long way to make healthy meals at home all year round.

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