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“The dishes that I've created at La Cubana are really based on ideas and memories.” Chef Corinna Mozo opened @lacubana_to as an ode to Cuba, sharing the country’s food, hospitality and warmth with her community and generations to come. 🇨🇺🇨🇦

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Crispy dumplings are always a good idea 🥟 📍Tokyo Ramen | Toronto, ON . . . #Dumplings #LetsEats #UberEats

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We've found your weekend fuel 🐎 📍Copper Branch | Calgary, AB . . . #Calgary #LetsEats #UberEats

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Happy 7-Eleven Day! 🎉 Get it? July 11th (7/11)? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Celebrate by learning about how @7ElevenCanada’s beloved Slurpee was made, including which Canadian city is the longstanding Slurpee capital of the world. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Slurpee @SlurpeeCanada

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Let the good times roll 🍣 📍1298 Sushi | Pickering, ON . . . #Sushi #LetsEats #UberEats

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Friday = Donuts🍩 📍Dipped Donuts | Toronto, ON . . . #Donuts #LetsEats

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Did you know that the McFlurry is a Canadian invention?! Learn about how @McDonaldsCanada made it, and be sure to include one in your 🇨🇦celebrations.

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Pride in Every Flavour | Polysexual Pride Flag | Interpreted in Glazed Donuts OoooOOO sprinkles for dinner? Donut mind if we do… 🍩The colours and design of the #polysexual flag are based on the pansexual and bisexual pride flags. The pink stripe is said to represent attraction to female-identified people, the blue attraction to male-identified people, and its green stripe representing attraction to people who identify outside the traditional male-female binary. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Asexual Flag | Interpreted in a Mezze Platter Keep that party going with a snack-a-thon of Mediterranean bites! This #asexual flag was created in 2010. The black signifies asexuality; the grey as asexuality and demisexuality; the white as non-asexual partners and allies; and the purple standing for community. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Non-Binary Flag | Interpreted in Black Bean Tacos Taco ‘bout a PARTY! In 2014, the #nonbinary flag was created to represent non-binary individuals (who may identify as being a man or a woman, both, or neither). The yellow represents ‘gender outside of binary’; the white ‘many or all genders’; the purple ‘a mix of binary male and female’; and the black ‘no gender’. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Genderfluid Flag | Interpreted in Mochi Mochi giving us LIFE! The #genderfluid flag was designed to include the flexibility and fluctuations of its people. The pink signifies femininity; the white for lack of gender; the purple for masculinity and femininity; the black for all genders, including third genders; and the blue for masculinity. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Pansexual Flag | Interpreted in Smoothie Bowls Smoothie bowl, GLOW UP! The #pansexual flag has three horizontal bars that are pink, yellow and blue. Pink symbolizes the attraction to women; the blue, attraction to men; and the yellow, attraction to those of a non-binary gender, such as agender, bigender or genderfluid. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Intersex Flag | Interpreted in Banana French Toast A (french) toast to the #intersex flag! The intersex flag was created as a symbol of wholeness, completeness, and the right for intersex people to be who they want to be. It was intended to be non-derivative and to avoid colours associated with traditional gender roles such as blue and pink. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Bisexual Flag | Interpreted in Fig & Blueberry Crostinis Werk, werk, werk, get figgy with it! In 1998, the #bisexual flag was created as a play on another bisexuality symbol, the biangle, that layers two triangles—one pink and one blue. It uses the same hues in lines rather than triangles for this flag to showcase the overlap of typical feminine and masculine colours. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Agender Pride Flag | Interpreted in Pistachio-Covered Ice Cream Sandwich 🍪+ 🍦= YES PLS. The seven horizontal stripes of the #agender flag signify the diversity of the community: black and white for the complete absence of gender, grey for semi-genderless, and green, the inverse of purple, representing non-binary gender. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Genderqueer Pride Flag | Interpreted in Dumplings Lookin’ all that and dim sum! A seasoned artist and filmmaker designed the three stripes of the #Genderqueer flag to have their own meanings with lavender for androgyny, white for agender people, and green representing non-binary identities. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Transgender Pride Flag | Interpreted in Macaroons & Cotton Candy Today’s forecast calls for cotton candy skies ✨The #transgender flag was designed to represent the diverse community. The baby blue signifies trans men; the baby pink for trans women; and the white stripe in the center representing the non-binary community. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove

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Pride in Every Flavour | Lesbian Pride Flag | Interpreted in Cupcakes & Tarts This lineup is on fire🔥! The lesbian flag’s gradient colours represent the wide variety of women in the community. You might see this flag adapted somewhat, either mixed with other flags or with a bright red kiss in the corner to represent the subculture of lipstick lesbians. #pride #pride2019 #loveislove #gaypride

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