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Seaside Picnic

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Summer vacation has finally arrived. This leisurely pace brings impromptu trips to the beach for picnics with friends and family, and for inspired musings on Canadian literary fare. There is View Original

By the Lake: Sardines and Cheese and Chutney Sandwiches

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We are at Wacousta Lodge this week. Ideally, cottage meals are simple, to leave time for other things: reading in deck chairs, paddling in canoes, affairs in boathouses . . View Original

Dandelion Season

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In the summer, one hears homeowners cursing the dandelion. This pervasive plant easily takes up residence in lawns and gardens. Even in tinder-dry conditions, this hardy yellow flower finds a View Original

In the Garden: radishes, roasted onions and cold cucumber soup

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Recipe Notes (by Alexia Moyer) Summer has arrived, and with it a plethora of potential literary recipes, most of which can ‒ and should ‒ be enjoyed al fresco. This View Original

SIMSSA student profiles

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I recently visited the McGill music technology labs, meeting many of the students (plus one postdoc) who are working on the SIMSSA project and learning about the work they are View Original