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  • What is known as the Epicure'an school of philosophy was founded by Epicurus, a native of Samos, born in 342, who went to Athens in early youth, and, at the age of thirty, established himself as a philosophical teacher.

    Mosaics of Grecian History

  • Lifestyle sections such as Epicure wouldn't disappear, they would be moved online.

    At My Table

  • Summer time boasts festivals in the Riverfront Festival Plaza such as Epicure and Bluesfest International, the 11th largest blues fest in North America.

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  • It's another sumptuous book also by Sterling Epicure, which publishes the PDT guide, on heavy stock and in full color, although with a raffish, scrapbook sensibility and lots of detours and magazine-y sidebars.

    Gift Guide: Books on Cocktails

  • Epicure Selections is a "party system" based corporation, led by a woman named Sylvie Rochette.

    A Tale of Two Cookies

  • They also recently began a charity known as The Epicure Foundation ™, which supports community initiatives and organizations working to improve food security in Canada.

    A Tale of Two Cookies

  • The other major downside of the Epicure Selections line is the high price they charge for the products they offer.

    A Tale of Two Cookies

  • Today I've actually got a bit of a double dose of goodness for you, featuring both an original recipe and a review of a mix from the relatively new (and Canadian) gourmet company Epicure Selections (and if you are all a-Twitter like I am, they are @homeofepicure).

    A Tale of Two Cookies

  • The only problem I had with the resulting dough was that unlike the traditional focaccia loaves I had seen and made previously, the Epicure mix did not yield the deep dimples associated with it's kind (and shown in full colour on the box panel).

    A Miss and a Surprise Hit

  • Coupling that with the shipping the purchase of each of these mixes requires (the Epicure line is not sold in stores), the carbon footprint for a bread meant to be simple and rustic was growing rapidly.

    A Miss and a Surprise Hit

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