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How to Make Sumac Salt’s ‘Spring Things on Toast’

Hannah Harradine and Joel Gray are Feast On Certified Sumac + Salt – a hyper-local culinary experience showcasing the best what Grey, Bruce + Simcoe County has to offer. Focussing on working with local farmers and producers, not only to source the best quality product but to also share their stories. “This dish is a fantastic way to incorporate…

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How to make Bistro ’67’s Sourdough Loaf

Are you one of the dozens of people trying their hands at sourdough bread baking while stuck at home this season? This tried, tested and perfected recipe from the bakers at Bistro ’67 is for you! It starts by having you make a traditional levain. The night before you are planning to bake, you will make the levain by…

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How to Make Emily Leonard’s Buttery Flour Tortillas

Chef Emily Leonard of Feast On Certified Casero Kitchen Table brings us her recipe for simple, delicious, buttery flour tortillas. Casero Kitchen Table is celebrating their 5th anniversary in 2020, serving up their homemade, wholesome Mexican food in Owen Sound. Chef Emily says, “Some of my favourite go-to recipes to make – especially during this difficult time – are…

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Bistro ’67 returns with CSA Program

Good news for all our local food loving friends in Durham Region: the crew at Bistro ’67 is back in the kitchen! They’ve officially opened for curbside pick-up and are trying something new with themed-CSA bags. For of those who don’t know the term, Community-supported Agriculture (CSA) connects producers and consumers to share the bounty of local fields. At…

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WindsorEats is planning for ‘really different patio area season’

Last week, The City of Windsor approved moving forward with WindsorEats’ outdoor food hall project to support local restaurants. This Outdoor Food Hall project would allow multiple small, local restaurants the opportunity to expand into outdoor dining space within city parks under the coordination of WindsorEats. The location being considered for the first food hall is Lanspeary Park. If successful,…

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Online farmers market introducing for Cornwall

It’s officially farmers market season in the Cornwall area, and the tradition will continue this year thanks to the launch of a new virtual farmers market. The Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network (EOAN) is preparing to open the region’s first virtual farmers market in collaboration with the City of Cornwall, United Counties of Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry, United Counties of…

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Tourist Windsor Essex releases brand-new Visitor Guide

WINDSOR, ON – Today Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island launched their 2020/2021 Official Visitor Guide in preparation for businesses planning to reopen as social distancing measures are slowly lifted. Though limited attractions are open in the region, most businesses are preparing for opening and following recommended Windsor-Essex County Health Unit procedures for welcoming visitors into their venues. “Though we know…

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9 ONTARIO WINES TO BRING THOSE SUMMERTIME VIBES HOME

We’re finally feeling that signature Ontario summer breeze and what better way to than pulling the corks on some sensational VQA wines. They’re the perfect pairing for family BBQs on the patio, socially-distanced picnics and leisurely dockside hangs.  So, WINE not sit back, relax and enjoy our list of fantastic summer-ready wines from across Ontario. PS. You can order…

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1909 Culinary Academy Is A Dream Practically Understood

Culinary teacher, celebrity chef, and successful restauranteur, Murray Zehr sold his eight restaurants in order to open his dream culinary school, The 1909 Culinary Academy in Oxford County. Only three weeks after opening, they had to shut down due to COVID-19. The chef school was set to start in May, with Tuesdays being open to the public for cooking…

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