Xavier will soon rise in the college rankings.
Food and Drink
It's a shame I probably won't be back because I missed these when I was there and they look pretty good.
My advice: stick with the babka.
Link courtesy of my older daughter.
It's a worthwhile argument, and even bad pizza is usually good pizza, but I'm not persuaded.
I'm eating a fair amount of salad in my old age, so I read this clickbait. And the argument seems to be partly true if you go heavy on cheese and the wrong kinds of salad dressing.
Otherwise, not so much.
I had forgotten, or never knew about, Kim Campbell.
And while it's a little late, this was also informative: "What to Eat for Canada Day".
I don't know how they know what's "ideal," but in case you're interested.
"If you've ever been told that cooking 'burns off' any alcohol in the food you're eating, be forewarned: That's entirely untrue."
Consult at your own risk.
Herein, a highly select list of exceptional watering holes culled from more than a decade's worth of cross-country investigations, hangovers, and aspirin.
Slate writer is shocked.
What’s remarkable isn’t so much Allrecipes’ dominance but how distant the site feels from the food conversation in the media. . . .
For the most part, the hall of fame recipes are dishes that don’t require exotic, expensive ingredients. They’re familiar. They’re unpretentious.