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ICYMI: This week's most popular posts

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ICYMI: This week's most popular posts

ICYMI 1. Prince George called grabby and bossy by media. Well duh, he's a baby We have to start with the adorable little prince! Prince George had his first public playdate, which resulted in People magazine calling him grabby and bossy because he took toys from other babies. DUH! He's a baby, that's what babies do. All our lovely readers agreed with us and wanted the media to leave the prince alone. And of course, we all talked about how cute he is. The consensus was that he looked like William, but has Kate's eyes. 2. How to roast rhubarb Our lucky BC friends already have fresh rhubarb from the garden. Yum! If you're looking for a delicious way to cook your rhubarb, try roasting it. 3. The impact of concussions It used to be that people thought a concussion was a minor injury, but thanks to medical research and in part hockey players like Sydney Crosby, the world has realized the serious health effects that come from a concussion. So many of our Facebook readers shared how concussions had impacted their lives. And reader JoAnne W said "So important to educate teachers, employers, etc." We agree, more people need to understand how debilitating a concussion can be. 4.  Kale and Potato Cakes With Paprika Lemon Mayo We had a very healthy week thanks to this delicious Recipe of the Day! A lot of people feel confused about how to include kale in their diet, myself included. And I really struggle to find healthy and tasty ways to eat it. But this recipe is delicious and healthy! Facebook reader Louise M shared how her granddaughter adores these cakes and shovels them into her mouth despite only having one tooth. How adorable! 5. How to whip egg whites (without screwing it up) Just in time for Easter and some delicious lemon meringue pies, our Test Kitchen shared their tips for whipping egg whites. As someone who is about to tackle their first lemon meringue pie, I found it so helpful to see the diagram of what a perfectly whipped and an over whipped peak look like! Wish me luck as I make my first meringue.     
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