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WhatsOn | Nov 13, 2014
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Mississauga chefs off to Culinary World Cup

MISSISSAUGA — Mississauga chefs Tony Fernandes and Chaminda Palihawadana are jumping from the proverbial frying pan into the...

Mississauga News | by Joseph Chin
News | Nov 10, 2014
Stoney Ridge uncorks the Tragically Hip

Stoney Ridge uncorks the Tragically Hip

Iconic rockers team up with Vineland winery to launch limited release wine

Grimsby Lincoln News | by Melinda Cheevers
WhatsOn | Oct 21, 2014

Jennifer Bain wins Taste Canada award for Toronto Star Cookbook

The 17th annual Food Writing Awards also honoured The Stop, Gastro Grilling and The Flavour Principle

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michele Henry
Food | Oct 15, 2014
Apple cider pressed the old-fashioned way

Apple cider pressed the old-fashioned way

Like a growing number of farmers, Ian Alexander uses traditional methods to make non-alcoholic apple cider, a quick seller at...

Norfolk News | by Michele Henry
Columns | Oct 03, 2014
Cooking from the Taste Canada nominees for best single-subject cookbook

Cooking from the Taste Canada nominees for best single-subject cookbook

The Taste Canada awards celebrate our best cookbooks. Here's a recipe from each of the three finalists in the single-subject...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Bain
Food | Oct 01, 2014
Controversial beer Delirium Tremens finally on Ontario shelves

Controversial beer Delirium Tremens finally on Ontario shelves

A tasty Belgian ale with a name that has drawn plenty of criticism arrives at The Beer Store

OurWindsor.Ca | by Josh Rubin
Sep 25, 2014

Young farmer hopes to woo edamame lovers with Ontario-grown alternative

Jacob MacKellar is a young, farmer with a passion for Ontario-grown edamame

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain
Sep 08, 2014

Communal farm reaps good karma along with crops

BRAMPTON — Gagan Singh Batth and Jaskaran Singh Sandhu believe they can grow karma by growing crops for those in need of...

Caledon Enterprise | Add Comment | by Nicholas Keung
Sep 05, 2014

Make the winning mac-and-cheese from the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off

Canadians never tire of macaroni and cheese. Here's the winning version from the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off at the CNE

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain
Aug 05, 2014

Brewing partnership churns ultimate survival beer

LAKE OF BAYS – One simple tweet has launched a partnership aimed at creating the ultimate survival beer.

Huntsville Forester | Add Comment | by Mandi Hargrave
Jun 10, 2014

Mill St. Brewery: changing the way people think about beer

Mill St. Brewery ’s aim is to encourage Canadians to eat and drink – organically. “It was based on a belief of what’s...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Ali Raza
Apr 09, 2014

Tender Ontario lamb gets a taste of fermented sake leftovers

Toronto specialty butcher Olliffe stocks kasu-fed lamb made from Distillery District sake.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry
Mar 03, 2014

Mississauga man vies for glory — and cold hard cash — on ‘Recipe to Riches’

MISSISSAUGA — Serving in the Canadian army, on the surface, appears to have very little to do with cooking on a reality TV...

Mississauga News | Add Comment | by Joseph Chin
Jan 15, 2014

It's not just calories that count: Canadians hungry for more complete nutrition picture from restaurants

TORONTO — From the fat content to the amount of sugar, Canadians want a complete picture of the foods they eat at home and in...

Mississauga News | Add Comment | by Canada News Wire
Nov 07, 2012

U of W students brew up unique Children's Aid fundraiser

Five University of Windsor students are looking to help the most-vulnerable of this city’s citizens - one cup of tea at a...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment
Sep 10, 2012

Top 10 Things to Do in Windsor This Week (Sept. 10-16)

1. If you love to talk books, visit the Central Library and participate in what is referred to as a ‘book chat’ called...

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