Sunday, December 31, 2017

Best places for Gluten Free Information

It is estimated that 1 of 133 Canadians are affected by celiac disease.  Currently the only treatment is a gluten free diet.

There is a lot of information out there about Celiac Disease and eating gluten free, including associations, support groups, bloggers and more.

Here are some resources of information for Celiac Disease and gluten free eating.


  1. The Canadian Celiac Association - A national non-profit association to advocate for people with Celiac Disease
  2. Health Canada - The federal ministry of Canada has information and research on Celiac Disease and the gluten free diet


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  1. The Celiac Scene - A gluten-free resource for Victoria, Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.
  2. Gluten Fee Edmonton - A gluten free resource for Edmonton, Alberta (Also another project of ours)
  3. Gluten Free Ontario - A gluten free resource for the province of Ontario including specific gluten free resources for the city of Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
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Best place for information on Free Birthday stuff

Looking for free stuff on your birthday?

Check out our other project that has information on Restaurants with birthday meal discounts and free stuff, retail places with birthday meals and discounts, and even entertainment and sporting venues with free birthday stuff and discounts.

Free Birthday Stuff

Monday, January 23, 2017

Best way to slice and warm up roast beef or brisket

There are basically two tips here.  The first tip is the best way to slice roast beef, and the second is how to warm up a roast without drying out the meet.

Best way to slice beef.

  1. Let brisket or roast cool down by placing in the fridge.
  2. Once cold, the beef becomes more solid and much more easier to with a sharp knife into thin slices
Please be careful while slicing!

Best way to warm up a sliced brisket

The best way to warm up sliced brisket is to use a double boiler, fill up with some water and boil the water with beef inside and lid on.   This will give the beef a steam bath and warm it up without drying it out.  You will also get a nice au jus with the water for pouring over the beef!