October Issue Web Exclusives

Every print issue we’ll feature a number of web extras for readers to check out online—here are a few of the exclusives hitting westernliving.ca in October.

How to Break Down a Chicken in 5 Minutes or Less

Missed that day in Home Ec? As part of a Vancouver Home and Design Show preview, chef Brandon Dac gives us a crash course in how to break down a whole chicken in minutes.

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Kids’ Rooms 2.0

Gone are the days of wall-to-wall pink and cartoon princess decals. Today’s kids’ rooms are about the parents, too. Interior designer Nyla Free shows us how to create a room for the contemporary tot.

This girl's room is for a four year old, however our approach has a neutral background and hits of colour without being too juvenile or overpowering. Plenty of room to grow!
This girl’s room is for a four year old, however our approach has a neutral background and hits of colour without being too juvenile or overpowering. Plenty of room to grow!

Recipe: Butter Pie Crust

Butter Baked Goods author Rosie Daykin shares her go-to recipe for everyday pastry.

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Killer Garlic

You’re storing your garlic all wrong. It’s one of the most common ingredients in the kitchen, but with improper storage, it may also be the most deadly. (Well, unless you’re just chowing down on raw chicken.) Here’s how to keep your garlic safe and sound.

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Designer Tips from Jamie Banfield

In addition to featuring him in October’s One to Watch, we spoke to interior designer Jamie Banfield about how to design with the whole family in mind.

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