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If nothing else, 2020 was the year of culinary trends. Dalgona coffee, sourdough bread, pancake cereal — we've all kept ourselves nice and busy in the kitchen as we adapted to the world around us. But lately, it's fair to say there's been a bit of a universal cooking rut. After all, there’s only so much banana bread you can bake before never wanting to see another banana again.

Seeing as we've begun a brand-new year, it feels like the perfect time to introduce new meal plans into your routine — especially if you're done with skipping meals due to lack of motivation or creativity. A great way to help out with that might be to subscribe to a meal subscription service, like Goodfood.  Plus, right now, you can get 6 free meals (3 free meals in your first 2 baskets) using promo code NARCITY6.

Goodfood is one of the biggest meal subscription services in Canada today; it all started with a simple goal, to help people prepare delicious, yet healthy meals from the comfort of their own home. Now, six years later, they're a team of close to 3,000 people helping deliver monthly meals across Canada.

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Ceux qui me connaissent personnellement savent que j'ai l'incommensurable chance de partir en Inde prochainement. Afin de finaliser les préparatifs, je suis allée souper avec l'amie qui voyagera avec moi. Comme on est pas originales pentoute, on s'est dit qu'on irait dans un resto indien, histoire de se mettre dans l'ambiance.

Pour être tout à fait honnête, la journée de notre rencontre, ça me tentait fvcking pas de manger indien pour souper. Tsé, j'aime ça le curry, mais à quel point... Fak pour être fine, j'ai rien dit à mon amie (si elle me lit aujourd'hui : "Surprise!") et j'y suis allée. J'ai bien fait, car c'était divin!

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Just writing about this one makes our mouth water. Imagine a savoury spiced curry sauce or Tandoori chicken with a side of rice. Curry chicken has become popular for a long period of time and with Edmonton being a diverse city, this Indian plate on its own has become a commodity. And we are so thankful that it is.

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