The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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Sheaf Recipe: Salted caramel hot chocolate

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Recipe from www.sugarhero.com Serves: 8 Time: 20 minutes 1½ cups sugar ¼ tsp. fresh lemon juice 4½ cups milk, room temperature 8 oz. milk chocolate, finely chopped 2 oz. dark chocolate, finely chopped 1 big pinch salt Whipped cream and caramel sauce to garnish (optional) In a small bowl, rub together the sugar and the…

Sheaf Recipe: Black Bean and Quinoa Soup

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Recipe from www.isachandra.com Serves: 6 Time: 40 minutes 1 tbsp. olive oil 1 yellow onion, diced medium 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 cup fresh tomato, chopped 1 tsp. ground cumin ½ tsp. dried oregano ½ tsp. crushed red pepper flakes ½ cup quinoa, uncooked 1 large carrot, cut into ¼-inch pieces 2 bay leaves 4…

Recipe: Glazed eggnog bread

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Recipes from www.fortheloveofcooking.net Makes 1 loaf Time: 1 hour 15 minutes 1½ cups flour 1 cup white sugar 1 tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt ½ tsp. ground cinnamon ¼ tsp. ground nutmeg ⅛ tsp. ground cloves ¾ cup eggnog ½ cup vegetable oil 2 large eggs, beaten 1½ tsp. vanilla extract Preheat the oven…

Recipes: Pumpkin spice latte + pumpkin pie spice

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Homemade spiced pumpkin latte Recipe from greatist.com Serves 2 Time: 5 minutes 2 tbsp. canned pumpkin purée ½ tsp. pumpkin pie spice (store-bought or homemade, see directions below) 2 cups milk (whole or 2%, or any unsweetened non-dairy milk) 1 tbsp. maple syrup 1 tbsp. vanilla extract 2 shots espresso, or 1 cup freshly brewed…

Recipe: Five-ingredient chili

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Adapted from gimmesomeoven.com Serves 4-6 Time: 25 minutes 1 lb. ground beef or turkey 1 small white onion, diced 3 (15 oz.) cans diced tomatoes 2 (15 oz.) cans beans, drained (black beans, kidney beans, a combo or whatever you like) 2 tbsp. chili powder Optional: 2 tbsp. olive oil (if using ground turkey) Additional…

Three-ingredient breakfast cookies

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With the school year well under way, nothing rings more true than the adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Studies indicate that regularly eating breakfast improves memory, concentration, problem-solving skills, hand-eye co-ordination, heart function and weight control. If you, like 40 per cent of Canadians, regularly skip the morning meal,…

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