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    Tacos, tacos, tacos: The only way to celebrate Taco Day

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    Tacos, tacos, tacos: The only way to celebrate Taco Day

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    Zero waste 101—and tips for you and your office

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    Zero waste 101—and tips for you and your office

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    Ordering sharing-style vs. individual lunch catering

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    Ordering sharing-style vs. individual lunch catering

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    Delicious 9 to 5 office food delivery ideas

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    Delicious 9 to 5 office food delivery ideas

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    Top 10 Protein Alternatives for Meatless Monday

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    Top 10 Protein Alternatives for Meatless Monday

    It didn’t take long for Meatless Monday to make its way into the mainstream. These days it seems like you can’t go anywhere without someone asking you whether you’d rather the tofu or tofurkey. So it should come at no surprise then that the demand for protein alternatives has never been higher. Garfields be gone. If you and your team are looking for … Continue reading Top 10 Protein Alternatives for Meatless Monday

    How-to Order Food for the Office

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    How-to Order Food for the Office

    Depending on who you talk to, having to order food for the office can be a pretty tricky task. Whether your team tops over one hundred people or is only made up of a handful, understanding everyone’s appetite is never easy. But if you have the proper tool, taking this on shouldn’t be tough. Introducing Team Order Team Order is … Continue reading How-to Order Food for the Office

    The Best Food Holidays of the Year

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    The Best Food Holidays of the Year

    *Updated on August 2019* Foodies, it’s time to celebrate. Why? Because, thankfully, almost every day of the year is some kind of food holiday! So no matter whether it’s December 20th and you’re celebrating National Sangria Day or it’s June 20th and you’re enjoying National Vanilla Milkshake Day, there’s always something to celebrate with these best food holidays of … Continue reading The Best Food Holidays of the Year

    Corporate Catering: Six Steps for Organizing the Perfect Work Event

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    Corporate Catering: Six Steps for Organizing the Perfect Work Event

    *Updated blog post in August 2019* There comes a time in any office (hopefully sooner than later) when pizza no longer makes the cut. Whether you’re arranging the annual holiday party, preparing a monthly team building meeting or trying to impress clients or recruits, the key to a great office lunch or corporate catering of … Continue reading Corporate Catering: Six Steps for Organizing the Perfect Work Event

    How Ice Cream Experts Keep it Cool

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    How Ice Cream Experts Keep it Cool

    *Updated blog post in August 2019* With summer getting started, ice cream season is in full swing. You’re already having your office meals brought in, so why not have your favourite organic vanilla bean ice cream delivered too? Ice cream delivery can either sound like the best idea ever or a melty disaster. We’ve got … Continue reading How Ice Cream Experts Keep it Cool

    Dining in Denver: Our 72-Hour Guide

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    Dining in Denver: Our 72-Hour Guide

    When you dine in the Mile High City, it only makes sense that local fare goes above and beyond all expectations. Hit up Denver for organic eats, cool cocktails, and truly inspired culinary experiences. Day 1 Breakfast: Duffeyroll Café Bakery Duffeyroll Café Bakery is the perfect breakfast stop to kick off your tour of Denver’s … Continue reading Dining in Denver: Our 72-Hour Guide

    From India to ATX: An Interview with Bombay Bistro

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    From India to ATX: An Interview with Bombay Bistro

    This week, we sat down with Preetesh Vadher, general manager of Austin’s Bombay Bistro. Serving up traditional tandoori and curry dishes, Vadher explains how his restaurant reflects the style and flare of its namesake city and how it fits into the local Austin food scene. Q: What about Bombay Bistro makes it so special? A: We at Bombay Bistro … Continue reading From India to ATX: An Interview with Bombay Bistro

    How Your Favourite Foods Impact the Environment

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    How Your Favourite Foods Impact the Environment

    When lunchtime rolls around and you’re starving, it can be tempting to call in for fast food. But besides having an unhealthy effect on your body, a lot of takeout options can create problems for the environment too. Before you hop online or pick up the phone, check out these ecological facts about your favourite … Continue reading How Your Favourite Foods Impact the Environment

    Foodee’s Favourite Patio Roundup in Vancouver

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    Foodee’s Favourite Patio Roundup in Vancouver

    Vancouver is welcoming the return of happy hour on the patio with open arms. It’s summertime in the city and after-work patio seekers are looking for an outdoor venue to kick back before the return of the rain. Vancouverites, Foodee’s got you covered. Start off the season with some great eats and cool drinks on … Continue reading Foodee’s Favourite Patio Roundup in Vancouver

    Why Your Office Should Have an Outdoor Space

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    Why Your Office Should Have an Outdoor Space

    A room with a view, an office with a patio—everyone agrees that these perks would contribute to an amazing workplace environment. Beyond a beautiful location, an outdoor space at the office can do wonders for your employees when it comes to their overall health and well-being. It might even support a healthy bottom line for … Continue reading Why Your Office Should Have an Outdoor Space

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Networking Events

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    The Do’s and Don’ts of Networking Events

    While platforms like LinkedIn have redesigned our idea of what professional networking looks like, attending IRL events might still be one’s best bet in breaking into the business world. First impressions are oftentimes everything, but for those of us who understand social capital as something you acquire over 10 second Snapchats, making sense of how one should act at these events can be confusing. Here are some … Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of Networking Events

    Brain Food: 9 Facts About Sushi

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    Brain Food: 9 Facts About Sushi

    Sushi was only introduced to North America in the 1960s, but since then it’s taken the continent by storm, becoming a staple in many foodies’ diets. In the United States alone, the industry is worth over $2 billion a year. Craving a little sushi for lunch? While you wait for it to arrive, snack on … Continue reading Brain Food: 9 Facts About Sushi

    6 Tips to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle While Working Full-Time

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    6 Tips to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle While Working Full-Time

    When you’re working a full-time job, staying healthy can feel like a chore. After a long day at the office, you probably don’t feel like trekking to the gym or slaving over the stove to cook a healthy dinner. So don’t! By following these six tips, you’ll find ways to actually enjoy staying healthy and … Continue reading 6 Tips to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle While Working Full-Time

    Lessons From Little League: How Buying Local Strengthens Community

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    Lessons From Little League: How Buying Local Strengthens Community

    “‘Eating is an agricultural act,’ as Wendell Berry famously said. It is also an ecological act, and a political act, too. Though much has been done to obscure this simple fact, how and what we eat determines to a great extent the use we make of the world – and what is to become of … Continue reading Lessons From Little League: How Buying Local Strengthens Community

    Aiko – A Unique Interview

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    Aiko – A Unique Interview

    This week, we caught up with Chris Mosera, owner and chef extraordinaire of Denver restaurant: Aiko – A Unique Eatery. Aiko is a small counter service offering homemade popsicles and colorful sandwiches made with unique ingredients. Check them out if you haven’t already! Q: How about a quick background on you: the man, the myth, the … Continue reading Aiko – A Unique Interview

    People Not Ping Pong: The Art of Culture

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    People Not Ping Pong: The Art of Culture

    “To eat and drink without a friend is to devour like the lion and the wolf.” ― Epicurus The wagons had me transfixed. They aren’t material, I thought. Their colours; vibrant, and bursting off the canvas. The brushstrokes, bristling with life. Van Gogh’s original Wagons, on the wall staring back at me at the Vancouver Art … Continue reading People Not Ping Pong: The Art of Culture

    How to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the Office

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    How to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the Office

    Cinco de Mayo offers the perfect foodie celebration for your entire office—but only if you’re lucky (or unlucky, depending on your perspective) enough to have it land on a weekday. Here’s how the team here at Foodee loves to celebrate this beautiful Mexican holiday. 1. Learn About the Significance of Cinco de Mayo Despite popular belief, … Continue reading How to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the Office

    Brain Food: 9 Facts About Coffee

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    Brain Food: 9 Facts About Coffee

    If you’re a coffee drinker, you already know that it’s much, much more than just a hot drink. For over half of all Americans who drink coffee every day, it’s what helps them get their mornings started. But did you know that coffee also boosts productivity and can help prevent degenerative diseases? Or that coffee … Continue reading Brain Food: 9 Facts About Coffee

    Five Months In: How to Stay Committed to Your New Year’s Resolutions

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    Five Months In: How to Stay Committed to Your New Year’s Resolutions

    It’s almost May, and you’re starting to feel like your New Year’s resolutions may have been too ambitious. You were doing pretty well for a while, but things got busy in March, and lately… If you know deep down inside that your resolutions were good ones—albeit a little tricky to keep up with—follow these tips … Continue reading Five Months In: How to Stay Committed to Your New Year’s Resolutions

    A Taste of Australia Comes to Toronto

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    A Taste of Australia Comes to Toronto

    We sat down with Megan Chan of Kanga Pies in Toronto, Canada to chat about pies. Specifically, Australian-style savoury pies. We ask her: What’s so special about Australian meat pies, and what makes a great pie? Megan and Erynn Q: What is an Aussie meat pie, and what makes it any different from meat pies we’re … Continue reading A Taste of Australia Comes to Toronto

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    The Do’s and Don’ts of After Work Drinks

    *Updated blog post in August 2019* For a lot of us nine to fivers, after work drinks are just another part of employment. Whether it’s team building or therapeutic trash talk, post-labour libations are a great way to take the edge off. But like any good thing, booze is best imbibed in moderation. “What happens in blank stays in blank” … Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of After Work Drinks

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Office Food Etiquette

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    The Do’s and Don’ts of Office Food Etiquette

    Why is it that there’s a million different tips to eat healthy in the office but never any outlines on basic food etiquette? Washing the dishes and taking out the trash may seem simple enough, but wherever you turn, there’s always someone disregarding good form. Trust us, we’re in the business of office catering—and we’ve seen it all. Maybe if we … Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of Office Food Etiquette

    Entrepreneurs Have a Vital Role in Food Security

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    Entrepreneurs Have a Vital Role in Food Security

    Foodee CEO Ryan Spong weighs in on food security sharing his own story about this major issue and letting the rest of us know how businesses owners can help. He also brings to the spotlight some very important people from Kiwassa Neighbourhood House who are “recovering” food to help feed hungry school children and seniors … Continue reading Entrepreneurs Have a Vital Role in Food Security

    Fast Slow-Food: How Technology is Fuelling the Slow Food Movement

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    Fast Slow-Food: How Technology is Fuelling the Slow Food Movement

    By Ryan Spong I’m not an expert in food systems. I put myself through school, like many people, waitering and catering. About five years ago, we startedTacofino, our taco truck. And last year I helped re-launch Foodee, a corporate food concierge based on my experience as an overworked, pizza-fueled and very unhealthy investment banker in … Continue reading Fast Slow-Food: How Technology is Fuelling the Slow Food Movement

    How to Conquer Busy Season

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    How to Conquer Busy Season

    Every industry has a “busy season.” But in the world of public accounting, those two little words impart a special kind of dread. As the tax monster emerges once again to demand his annual feeding, thousands of accountants across the nation enter a world of 80-hour workweeks, suffocating boardrooms, irrational clients and obliterated social lives. … Continue reading How to Conquer Busy Season

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