Canadian Living October 2018

The Canadian Living Magazine for helpful articles on food, cooking, health, relationships, family and lifestyles in Canada.

Pays:
Canada
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
TVA Publications Inc.
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Monthly
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1 min
give thanks

October marks a time of reflection and gratitude. We all have something to be thankful for, and I’m no different. Currently, I’m saying goodbye to my well-loved house, as my husband and I have decided to downsize. I’m sad to see this residence, a veritable museum of memories, make its way out of my life, but I’m bolstered by the fact that the wonderful family and friends with whom I built these memories remain rooted deep in my reality. And I know that, in no time, whatever place I’ll next call home will be beautifully coloured by pleasant visions of times shared with the people I love. Happily, new digs require decorating, one of my all-time favourite pastimes. As we put this issue together, I’ve found myself lost in thought several…

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5 min
13 tricks, tips and ideas we love this month

1 WHITE NOW An all-white ensemble communicates to the world that you’ve got loads of confidence and style comes naturally to you. Resist the urge to add a pop of colour by keeping the look monochromatic. 2 Treat Yo’ Self Demi-fine jewellery is an emerging trend, and Michael Kors is in the mix of it. A new collection of refined pieces that includes sterling silver, semiprecious stones and 14-karat-gold plating are the perfect gift for you, no occasion necessary. 3 Go Fish From the late internationally renowned seafood expert John Bil, this book takes you behind the fish counter to make sense of buying and preparing all sorts of food from the deep blue sea. Between the approachable recipes and tips, you’ll rediscover a love for the ocean, as we did. 4 Pom Power Vitamin C–packed pomegranates…

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3 min
the ultimate apple pie

TEST KITCHEN TIP Packing the apples tightly prevents large air pockets from forming and helps the pie maintain its shape while baking and cooling. THE ULTIMATE APPLE PIE MAKES 8 TO 10 SERVINGS HANDS-ON TIME 1 HOUR TOTAL TIME 6¾ HOURS Pastry 2½ cups all-purpose flour2 tbsp granulated sugar1 tsp salt½ cup cold lard or vegetable shortening, cubed½ cup cold unsalted butter, cubed6 tbsp ice water (approx) Filling 7 cups sliced peeled Granny Smith apples (about 6)4 cups sliced peeled Golden Delicious apples (about 3)2 tbsp lemon juice¾ cup granulated sugar4 tbsp cornstarch¼ tsp each cinnamon, nutmeg and salt1 egg3⅓ cups PC Vanilla Ice Cream Pastry In food processor, pulse together flour, sugar and salt until combined; pulse in lard until mixture resembles fine crumbs. Pulse in butter, a few cubes at a time, until mixture is in coarse crumbs…

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2 min
balms away

Lip Service Our picks for the most healing lip balms that you’ll want to wear all day. lip treatments Is a basic balm not giving your pout enough love? Try one of these targeted treatments to bestow an extra hit of hydrating, smoothing and anti-aging ingredients. LIP LOCKED Before a big event when you know your lips will be swathed in a vibrant lipstick, prep them with a mask. We love the intense hydration of this hydrogel sheet lip mask with advanced peptides to help smooth and firm skin. WATCH YOUR MOUTH Due to transepidermal water loss, a process that accelerates overnight, our lips decrease in volume (the thinner skin makes them more susceptible). The sesame seed and Indian gentian extracts seal in hydration. SLEEPER HIT Our bodies go through a mini renewal process when our heads hit the…

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1 min
pick your formula

LIP BALMS COME IN MANY SHAPES, SIZES AND FORMULATIONS. Wax “Waxy formulas are never greasy and won’t give any added shine,” says makeup artist Sheri Stroh, which makes them the perfect unisex choice. Oil To revive dry lips, look for oil-based balms that contain almond, wheat germ, jojoba, coconut or argan oil. SPF “Lips can be sensitive, and it’s the one area we often forget to protect with sunscreen,” says Stroh. “Also, lips get dried out so much faster than any other place on the skin.”…

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2 min
tiny tweaks

Q I go through body lotion so fast it’s bankrupting me! Are there affordable options? If dry skin is the bane of your existence and you’ve exhausted your options, consider something simpler and cost-effective. Dr. Sandy Skotnicki, a Toronto-based dermatologist and the author of Beyond Soap, recommends body oils. “For the body, my favourites are virgin coconut oil and sunflower-seed oil,” she says. Oils improve the skin barrier that helps hold in moisture without being too heavy. Look for coconut oils that are cold-pressed or extra virgin, which indicates the oil is unrefined—the best kind for skin care because it’s rich in polyphenols, a powerful antioxidant. Q Now that I’ve started to exercise regularly, is there anything that can help me cut down on washing my hair? Apply this nonaerosol powder at your…

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