#14: Teaching Abroad?

If you’re thinking of teaching abroad, these are some things you should consider.

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Slow Cooker Roast Beef

Making food during exam time is probably the last thing on your mind, but if you’re looking for something easy and tasty to last a few days, you should strongly consider making slow cooker roast beef. Students turn to ordering in pizza, going for late night runs to the nearest fast food joint and making frozen meals; that’s fine, […]

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Grab Sushi Safely

Not many people are aware of what exactly makes a sushi restaurant trustworthy. This is pretty scary considering you’re eating raw fish – a lot can go wrong. I’ll spare you the details, but let me just say food poisoning is only the tip of the iceberg. Here’s some tips to help you stay informed about quality […]

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Potatoes

Almost any (if not every) grocery store sells potatoes in large bags for a rather small price, which can be a huge help to your student grocery budget. The other night I went to Loblaws at 10:30PM and on somewhat of a whim bought 10lbs of white potatoes for $5. You might think this is insane for […]

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Covent Garden Market Must Trys

Field Gate Organics While most groceries stores in London will give you a standard cut of meat, this deli offers good quality organic beef, and trust me, you notice the difference. For $10 you can get a portion of organic striploin steak. I seasoned mine with salt and pepper, coated it with a bit of […]

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