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George Brown College has Launched a New Food Tourism Entrepreneurship Graduate Certificate

Toronto, ON – George Brown College’s Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts has launched The Food Tourism Entrepreneurship Graduate Certificate to prepare graduates to create “tastes of place” to support local economies by building links between agriculture, hospitality and tourism. Food is one of the largest areas of tourism employment in a tourist industry that generates billions for the…

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Things to do on Mother’s Day Weekend in Toronto

>In case you missed the memo, this weekend is Mother’s Day weekend! While this Mother’s Day, like last year, was anything but normal, there are still ways you can celebrate safely. Even if you can’t hug your mama bear this time around, you can still engage in socially-distanced activities because it’s all about time spent together, not necessarily where…

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Tim Hortons is Offering DIY Mother’s Day Donut Kits

>With Mother’s Day weekend upon us, it’s time to ensure that all the gifts and treats are in place. In case you’re looking for any last-minute additions, Tim Hortons has got you sorted. The coffee chain has brought back its popular DIY donut kits, available for Mother’s Day weekend! RELATED: In Need Of Last Minute Mother’s Day Treats? Bloom…

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30 Ontario VQA wines you need to try this summer

There’s never been a better time to explore the wonderful world of Ontario’s unique wines. May means #30DaysofVQA – and we’re taking the opportunity to build our ultimate summer drink list. From crisp whites to fruity, and everything in between, Ontario’s VQA wines are guaranteed to surprise and delight all season. Legacy Pet-Nat Malbrusco 2020 Adamo Estate Winery, Mono, ON…

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Three Best Friends are Bringing Detroit-Style Pizza to La Petite-Patrie

> Pizza Michigan partners (left to right): Sydney Wingender, Simon Clark, Arielle Bernard | Pizza Michigan/Supplied Pop-up Pizza Michigan will serve thick, cheese-coated crusts out of Beaubien’s Epicerie Soda Being let go from a steady office job in the middle of a pandemic would be frightening for anyone — and it certainly was for Simon Clark when it happened…

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Leek & Sorrel Quiche

I do like rye flour for pastry, as it turns out! This has also been an amazing year for sorrel; I started a few cautious pickings almost a month ago, and of course we have very good over-wintered leeks. The best ever, really. Throw in some eggs and cheese, and here it all is in a delightful spring pie. …

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