Sunday April 21, 2013
But they weren't found in an old cookbook.
Professor Faith Wallis found them in a manuscipt on medical potions. She tells Sonali Karnick about her find.
Sunday March 24, 2013
You'd hardly know it, walking by but an aluminium sided house in Knowlton is actually, underneath, historically important. It belonged to P.H. Knowlton, for whom the town is named. He built the house in 1815.
The Knowlton Golf Club owns the house now, and they're seeking permission to demolish the building. David Kinninmonth is an architect who lives in Knowlton and he's on the "Village Development" committee of the Town of Brome Lake. He spoke with Sonali Karnick about the history of the house and others that could be just like it in Quebec.
Sunday March 17, 2013
It's not green outside yet, but everything will be green today in honour of St Patrick's Day. The annual parades in Montreal and Richmond will begin later this afternoon. And the beer will be flowing later too.
Green beer notwithstanding, this holiday's most iconic beer is Guinness. A creamy, dark pint of Guinness is famous for those bubbles that sink and the floating widgets in their cans.
So, in celebration of St Paddy's, Sonali Karnick speaks with professional beer taster and judge Mirella Amato about the science behind those high-end suds.
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