Rheinau Gold Zucchini

Do you remember Golden Zucchini? Just two years ago I said that much as we liked it, it was not a very reliable producer, but that we continued to grow it in the absence of better versions. Well, that was then. This spring we got some Rheinau Gold open pollinated zucchini from Adaptive Seeds. After only one season of…

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Tea Time Anytime with Number E Tea

Originally published by Watershed MagazineWords by Meghan Sheffield. Photos by Shelby Lisk Watershed Magazine Summer 2019 Issue If you walk into one of Brighton’s downtown cafés tomorrow morning, you’ll likely find Sarah Pelletier there, drinking a morning coffee. She’s a surgical assistant with just about every possible nursing credit to her name – and a nurse’s coffee habit. But she’s…

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Summertime Cocktails: THE BEAMISH BREW

Originally published by Watershed MagazineWords by Signe Langford. Photo Editing by Alana Lee Photography We’re living through challenging times; we could all go for a cocktail right about now. Four creative mixologists give us four fabulous drinks perfect for raising a glass to 2020 no matter what it brings! Summer Cocktails With summers as fleeting as ours, we advise…

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Hungarian Bean Soup

I’m calling this Hungarian – the ingredients are basically correct, but I must admit my technique leans a little to the Canadian. Like Cajuns, Hungarians generally use a thick, dark roux in their soups, and between my open plan kitchen which wafts all cooking odours thoughout the house, and my laziness, I can’t be bothered. I like my soups…

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Meet Liam Potvin of the Social Bar Table

Everyone knows that the best parties always end in the kitchen. With our series, Kitchen Party, we’re sitting down with Feast On Chefs to get to know them, and the local foods that inspire them, a little better. LIAM POTVIN THE SOCIAL BAR + TABLE Port Hope, ON What’s your favourite seasonal ingredient? My favourite seasonal ingredient right now…

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Niagara Grape

A fresh crop of programming updates for this year’s Grape & Wine Festival are proving that harvest season in Niagara is always a cause for celebration, no matter what. In addition to the revamped parades and at-home concert experiences announced earlier this summer, Niagara Grape & Wine Festival has rolled out new options for socially distanced sipping and an…

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Yogurt Baked Bulgur

There is a somewhat surprising – to me, anyway – number of recipes for bulgur in Hungarian cuisine. This is one of them. In spite of the yogurt and egg this still seems pretty light, and I would say it needs to be served with some kind of protein. However, it does provide both the starch and the vegetable…

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Frittata di Pane e Pomodori

Almost every day we have toast with cheese and poached eggs. This is almost that breakfast… with a few additions. The first ripe tomato of the season was the most notable of them. Putting stale bread right in the frittata is surprisingly good, and something I would like to do more often. The bread should be a good one,…

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Just Peachy: Ontario Peach Ciders

With peach season comes peach cider season, and Ontario cideries have you covered. Sweet, dry, or tart – but always refreshing, there’s a peach cider for you. Here’s our round-up of some delicious Ontario peach ciders. Ravine Vineyard Lowrey Peach Cider Made from pure Ontario peach juice from Lepp Farms in Niagara, this bone dry cider brings the peach…

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