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Chef Ilona Daniel continues to push out of her culinary comfort zone Self-proclaimed food seductress, Culinary Institute of Canada instructor, writer, recipe developer, consultant, social media maven, and champion of PEI’s potatoes, seafood, and all that we grow: Chef Ilona Daniel is the epitome of the expression ‘if you want something done, give it to a busy person’. Celebrity chefs…

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Northumberland Ferries aims to create special experiences for its passengers When you live on an island, travel to and fro can be somewhat complicated. For 77 years, Northumberland Ferries (NFL) has continued to steadfastly transport people and products across the Strait. Connecting the east end of the Island with Nova Scotia, NFL moves over 400,000 people every year. NFL wanted…

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Created By Chef Ilona Daniel Serves 4-6 1 small package Jiangxi Rice Noodles, prepared according to package directions, set aside 3 eggs, scrambled, set aside 3 fresh red chillies, thinly sliced 1 bunch green onions, thinly sliced 1 lb (one bag from the grocery store) bean sprouts, mung beans are better if you can find them About a cup of…

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An Homage to Herbs

Adding zest to your garden and palate The unsung heroes of the culinary world, a cornerstone of traditional medicine, a dream come true for beginner gardeners and experienced farmers too – herbs are all of these things and more, yet they don’t often get the accolades they deserve. Most of us are familiar with the stars of the herb world…

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An Island Chef Delves into the Food Culture of China

Chef Ilona Daniel’s journey into Chinese food started long before she ever set foot in China. Ilona, a chef, culinary consultant, and accomplished food writer, said that the beginning of her Chinese food story started when she was a little girl. “My family used to go to this Chinese restaurant not too far from where we lived. I remember how…

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