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Weekend Reading List: top stories from our sister sites, from an autumn walk to the King of Rock

Every weekend we round up the highlights from the other websites in the St. Joseph Media family. Check them out, after the jump.

• In its biggest slideshow ever, Fashion Magazine has 100 shots of the top trends in New York, Milan and Paris. The photo marathon kicks off with a stylish nod to Cookie Monster. Watch the slideshow [Fashion Magazine] »

• If Thanksgiving leftovers haven’t quashed your appetite for seasonal produce, Canadian Family has 10 harvest recipes, including a very rough mock-up of the Very Hungry Caterpillar. See the list [Canadian Family] »

Ottawa Magazine’s Mark Bourrie bristles at the idea that the War of 1812 proves Canada was “forged in blood” and prepares a little history lesson to counteract the propaganda. Read the entire story [Ottawa Magazine] »

• The stress-relieving crunch of a crushed crispy leaf is the single most satisfying feeling of the season. Where has the 10 best spots in Toronto for an autumn walk. See the list [Where] »

• For those lazy days when ketchup is just about the only thing left in the fridge, 20 Minute Supper Club has five recipes using the ubiquitous condiment. Ketchup macaroons aren’t one of them. See the list [20 Minute Supper Club] »

• The seers over at Wedding Bells predict five wedding cake trends that will catch on in the coming year. We have a prediction of our own: life-size replicas of the bride. See the list [Wedding Bells] »

• Toronto’s Michael Ondaatje has won the Governor General’s Literary Award so many times, he’s withdrawn The Cat’s Table to let someone else have a chance. Quill and Quire reports on the class act. Read the entire story [Quill and Quire] »

Torontoist managed to get busker Silver Elvis to open up (presumably without a fistful of change) for their 10 Questions series. Some shockers from the article: he admires patience and generosity, and he dislikes hot, humid days. Read the entire story [Torontoist] »

 

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