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Canadian Living

October 2019

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

Country:
Canada
Language:
English
Publisher:
TVA Publications Inc.
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canadian living

VICE-PRESIDENT, TVA PUBLICATIONS Lyne Robitaille CONTENT DIRECTOR Geneviève Guertin EXECUTIVE EDITOR Suzanne Moutis ART DIRECTOR Caroline Collin GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Patricia Gagnon, Karine Blanchet EDITORIAL OPERATIONS & ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Olga Goncalves Costa EDITORIAL FEATURES EDITOR Marianne Davidson FOOD EDITOR Donna Paris COPY EDITOR Fina Scroppo PROOFREADER Madeleine Lavin RESEARCHER Christina Zisko TEST KITCHEN CONTRIBUTING FOOD SPECIALIST Michelle Diamond TO EMAIL ONE OF US: FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME@TVA.CA GENERAL SALES MANAGER Patricia Heckmann SENIOR DIRECTOR, MEDIA SOLUTIONS Jérôme Leys ADVERTISING SALES, MONTREAL 514-598-2880 (ventespublicitaires@tva.ca) SENIOR DIRECTOR, MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Kimberley Rouse SENIOR ADVISOR MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Annie Bergeron SALES EXPERT MAGAZINES Nathalie Beaulac, Vickie Bouthillier, Manon Labelle, Lucie Lacroix, Stéphanie Magnan COORDINATORS Mélina Delorme (on leave), Rosina De Rose, Maria Perrotti QUEBEC CITY AND REST OF QUEBEC 418-688-9330, ext. 7500 GENERAL SALES MANAGER Nathalie Langevin ADVERTISING SALES, USA AJR media group 212-426-5932 CONTENT MARKETING & CREATIVE MEDIA SOLUTIONS BRAND MANAGER Mieka Jansen MEDIA & CONTENT STRATEGIST Jeremie Marcoux PROJECT MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTION Inga…

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pumpkin spice and everything nice

Thanksgiving marks a special time of year in which we gather around the table with loved ones to express gratitude and enjoy a delicious, bountiful feast. For this, we're sure you'll enjoy our Cook the Cover Ultimate Turkey (page 20), a recipe that's as delectable as they come, and our Thanksgiving feature (Happy Together, page 104), which includes an array of flavourful dishes you and your guests will love. In anticipation of the move indoors for the colder months, we have a selection of articles to help you prepare for changing weather. Our “Trailblazers” article (page 48) highlights the most fashionable ways to don a blazer; our “Healthy Hair Manual” (page 38) pinpoints the best products to keep your coif nourished, no matter your hair type; and our housekeeping column (Around…

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12 tricks, tips and ideas we love this month

1 CAPE DIEM Our latest fall fashion obsession is the cape silhouette. To keep the look feeling modern, try a more structured shape such as a hero-inspired coat or blazer like this chic wool one by Canadian brand Soia & Kyo. 2 Balms Away Balms do so much more than just provide lip service. They’re intense moisturizers that create a thick barrier to lock in hydration in troublesome dry spots like cuticles, elbows and feet. A balm can also be luxuriously smoothing and soothing for the face and rest of the body, too. BEAUTYCOUNTER Melting Body Balm, $55, beautycounter.com THE BODY SHOP Amazonian Saviour Multi-Purpose Balm, $15, thebodyshop.ca. 3 SPICE IT UP Saffron, the orange-yellow spice that lends golden colour and aromatic flavour to dishes like paella, biryani and European baked goods, has some uses outside the…

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southern style

More than 35 million tourists make their way to this southern gem of a city every year. When the weather’s just right, San Antonio’s restaurants, bars and cafes move outside so that patrons can relax while dining (or sipping) underneath lush bald Cypress trees that extend their drooping leaves along the city’s famed river. The San Antonio River winds its way from north to south through the centre of the city, giving visitors and locals an attractive view and many options for activities such as cruising, kayaking and paddle boarding. The must-see historic mission buildings (classified as World Heritage sites by UNESCO) are another unique attraction that brings visitors to the charming city. The vibe here is bold and lively, yet simple and relaxed, making it the perfect location to unpack…

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the ultimate turkey

CITRUS ROAST TURKEY WITH LEEKS & CRANBERRIES MAKES 8 TO 10 SERVINGSHANDS-ON TIME 25 MINUTESTOTAL TIME 3½ HOURS 6 tbsp salted butter, softened½ cup chopped fresh herbs (such as parsley, thyme and sage)2 tbsp orange zest1 tbsp paprika salt and pepper 1 whole turkey (about 5.4 kg)4 cups chicken broth1 cup orange juice2 leeks (white and light green parts only), sliced into rounds2 cups fresh cranberries fresh sprigs of sage Preheat oven to 450°F. In bowl, combine butter, herbs, orange zest and paprika. Season with salt and pepper. Remove giblets and neck from turkey; discard. Pat turkey dry with paper towel. Season with salt and pepper. Rub butter mixture all over and under skin. Loosely pack cavity of turkey with Wild Rice Stuffing (see recipe, page 109). Tuck legs under band of skin or tie together with…

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leave-in oil treatment

Beauty MOMENTS From Joan Jett’s blacker-than-tar feathered mane to the short curls of Olivia Newton John that perfectly flirted with her headband, the ’80s music scene was my go-to source of hairstyle inspiration for me when I was young. But as I grew older, I looked for a fresh start. I wanted to do more with my hair: to braid it, bun it, accessorize it, flip it. So I stepped away from the scissors, perms and gel and let it grow. The problem was, the longer it grew, the more high maintenance it became. Long hair requires more upkeep to stay healthy and looking good; as part of the South Asian cultural beauty regime I adhere to, oiling my hair was on the menu. It looks glamorous in the movies and when…

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