Sodastream: Homemade Ginger Ale Recipe by Didier Young

Childhood is a fantastic time in someone’s life. You do not have any real responsibilities (including doing your own laundry), taking daily naps is pretty much compulsory and you can eat all the sugar in the world and stay nice and slim. As it is the case with most children, I didn't have a very developed palate. Greens were pushed to the side of the plate, pasta was rapidly devoured and anything with sugar was more than welcome. It’s a completely different story now that I am an adult obviously. I’ve learned about calories, carbohydrates, fats and all the other wonderful things present in our food and that has made me more conscious of the things I put in my body. My love for all things sweet remained unwavered but I learned of healthier alternatives for some of them. Today, I’ll be talking about a great substitute for pop.

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Peach and Burrata Salad by Didier Young

If you were to ask people about their favourite season, the answer you would receive would most often be summer. Everyone loves being at the beach, sipping on sangrias on a patio or simply laying in the park with a good book and building some impressive tan lines. While I am too much of an outerwear lover to fully embrace summer, there is one thing that I do adore about the warm season; the abundance of local fruits and vegetables.

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