VICTORIA —
A chef on a cross-Canada tour is trying to help pioneer a new culinary frontier, despite restrictions on serving cannabis.

Travis Petersen has partnered with Russell Hendrix Restaurant Equipment and Supplies to teach an introduction to culinary cannabis.

The course, open to culinary professionals, teaches its students about the different parts of the plant, safety practices and methods for creating extractions.

Five students attended the class Thursday night in Victoria, the first stop in the tour of 10 Canadian cities.

“It’s a food for healing,” says attendee Nelles Shackleton.

“I thought it would be brownie cookies and stuff

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James Corden is under fire for “continuously mocking” Asian food on his show, according to complaints.

On The Late Late Show, Corden has a recurring segment called ‘Spill Your Guts’ in which his celebrity guests are given the option to eat “nasty” foods or answer a personal question about themselves.

Stars such as Harry Styles, Kendall Jenner, Justin Bieber, and Kim Kardashian have played the game on the show.

Earlier in the week, Kim Saira, a TikToker who goes by @kimssaira on the platform, made a video criticizing the segment. She showed clips of Corden and his guest Jimmy

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South Carolina man shoots at Domino’s employees because restaurant was closed

Kito Azi Weaver II, of Columbia, charged



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Beech-Nut Nutrition is recalling some infant rice cereal sold nationwide because samples of the product showed excessive levels of arsenic. The baby food maker also says it will stop selling the product over worries it won’t be able to comply with federal limits on levels of arsenic and other toxic substances that are called heavy metals.

The recall came after testing found samples contained more than the guidance level for naturally occurring inorganic arsenic set by the Food and Drug Administration last year. 

“Exposure to elevated levels of naturally occurring inorganic arsenic can pose a health hazard to young children,”

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Aisles Abroad is a monthly feature that examines notable grocery initiatives outside the U.S.

When Swiss food retailer Migros was making plans for a combination supermarket and food hall in the heart of Switzerland’s largest city, the company made design flexibility a top priority.

The store, which debuted in early April just steps from Zurich’s central railroad station and is known as Bridge, features an array of prepared foods from local purveyors along with a curated selection of packaged goods and other foods. But while Migros had clear ideas about what would prove popular with shoppers based on decades of

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The phrase “high on the hog” is literally about hogs. When it comes to the quality of pork, the best meat is from the back and the upper legs. Literally, the top of the hog. So if you live “high on the hog,” you are able to afford better quality food. Meaning, you were affluent enough to be able to eat well. Even when Black people are beyond poor, they eat well. And those foods have carried and sustained us, not only as a people but as a country, since this country began. The Netflix show “High

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