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October 15th is Red Wine Day! / #RedWineDay #NationalRedWineDay — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays — My Meals are on Wheels

Happy National Red Wine Day! Here are today’s five thing to know about red wine. via October 15th is Red Wine Day! / #RedWineDay #NationalRedWineDay — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays

via October 15th is Red Wine Day! / #RedWineDay #NationalRedWineDay — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays — My Meals are on Wheels

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While you were sleeping: Wake up with a cup of joe on national coffee day — Montreal Gazette

There’s no shortage of holidays, but is any more vital that national coffee day? To many who rely on that warm cup to get them going in the morning, certainly not. And Montreal has no shortage of cafés where you can enjoy your espresso, latte, cappuccino or even just a large black coffee – whatever…

via While you were sleeping: Wake up with a cup of joe on national coffee day — Montreal Gazette

Restaurant Santa Lucia Dish Of The Day! Fettuccini Con Striscia Di Vitello!

Ladies and gentlemen! Start your enzymes!

Today’s dish is packed with flavour and flair! Strips of veal in a brown creamy sauce with mixed peppers, onions and celery with a bit of brandy just for fun! Sautéed with al dente Fettuccini!

This delectable dish is featured on this week’s Table d’Hôte!

Served with love and joy and your choice of garden salad or the soup of the day and don’t forget your choice of desserts, Tiramisu, Chocolate Mousse Cake, Carrot Cake and Mango Cake, with tea or coffee!

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Then and Now Montréal in pictures ! -McGill student’s Montreal gallery slides back and forth in time — Montreal Gazette

A lot of things have changed in Montreal in the past 100 years. And a lot of things have barely changed at all. That’s something that struck Conor Nickerson as he photographed modern-day cityscapes and placed them side by side with images from years gone by in a collection on his website, called Then & Now, which allows the reader to slide…

via McGill student’s Montreal gallery slides back and forth in time — Montreal Gazette