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Food Review: Pronto – Flash back Italian

Posted December 7, 2014 by Recultured Team

Let’s get our Italian on this week with a trip to Pronto, a small intimate space that is serving up some fierce pasta and aperitivos that will rock you world. You’ll be saying ‘Grazie!’ to the staff by the time you leave.

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Going Vegetarian Part III: Completing the Challenge

Posted March 5, 2012 by Recultured Team

This is the follow-up to my month-long vegetarian challenge. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here.  The good news: I survived! The bad news: I failed at my follow-up experiment. I’ll explain: I succeed in my goal of going vegetarian for one month. I went thirty-one days without eating any meat or seafood, my […]

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Blogs about Vancouver any Vancouverite should follow

Posted May 6, 2013 by Recultured Team

We all know from the Social Media Awards that happened this past March, that blogging is as part of Vancouver as is rain. So if you don’t have any Vancouver blogs in your RSS feed yet (besides this one), what are you waiting for?! Here’s a short list of local, homegrown blogs that any Vancouverite should follow.

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#HowTo: Piss Off Your Server

Posted November 25, 2014 by Recultured Team

We’ve all been there. Whether you’ve worked in the customer service industry, know someone who does or you’ve had to sit beside one of those nagging, high-maintenance customers, we all know just what pushes a server’s buttons. We hear story after story of customers receiving what they believe to be as poor service… yet, did those […]

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Going Vegetarian: A Month-Long Trial

Posted November 16, 2011 by Recultured Team

“No face, no food.” That’s the motto I came up with recently as a joking response to a vegetarian friend. I love eating meat. It’s delicious and I feel absolutely no guilt over it. My favourite foods include sushi and butter chicken, two meat-heavy dishes bereft of vegetables. So why have I decided to go […]

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