(Fish curry in coconut milk and spices)
Matthew George, executive sous chef, in the University of Guelph’s Hospitality Services, shares this recipe for fish moilee — a traditional recipe from Kerala, India. It’s a very delicate dish with beautiful ﬂavours and serves well with steamed rice.
Most people have a love/hate relationship with germs: they love when germs keep them healthy but hate when they make them ill. In this video, Jason Tetro, “The Germ Guy” talks about tips to live with, and love, your germs.
Although she may not be a household name, jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson is one of the country’s most successful female athletes. The University of Guelph alumna is Canada’s most winning female jockey with more than 1,200 career victories, and she has earned well over $60 million in purses for her mounts.
Renaissance collectors accumulated their treasures in rooms called cabinets of curiosities. Today, Prof. Massimo Marcone’s office in U of G’s Food Science Building is a wunderkammer whose collections reflect his world travels in search of exotic edibles — and light bulbs.
In February, the Gryphons men’s and women’s basketball teams took to the court for the final regular season varsity basketball game to be played at the W.F. Mitchell Centre.
Prof. Stephen Lewis, Department of Psychology, was 15 when he first self-injured by cutting himself. In a TEDx talk delivered earlier this year, Lewis describes how bullying led to a major depression and how over time he became suicidal.
As the city’s 2015 artist-in-residence, Denton was commissioned to complete a public art project marking the centennial of the writing of In Flanders Fields by Guelph poet John McCrae.
For “100 Portraits/100 Poppies: Sitting in Remembrance,” Denton, an instructor in U of G’s School of Fine Art and Music, painted portraits of local military personnel, veterans and cadets, as well as people affected by war or inspired by the century-old poem. Each subject is in uniform where applicable, and wearing a poppy.