My column, Eating Niagara, runs every second Wednesday in the St. Catharines Standard, Niagara Falls Review and Welland Tribune. Karl Vanderkuip has noticed something’s missing along Russell Avenue in St. Catharines. The street that carves a swath through the city’s midtown is home to a community centre, apartments for seniors, a convenience store, and even…
I‘m not a fan of technology at the moment. There’s major frustration percolating as I type and it’s because of technology. Mostly this website. It’s broken. You’ll notice posts without photos as you click through things. Sorry about that. Everything will be fixed and back to normal eventually, I hope. It’s just taking a while….
This post is sponsored by The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. What does that mean? It means the Royal is supplying to items in the prize pack for this giveaway. It also means I was compensated for this post, though no one involved with Royal had any input into the writing or editing of this post….
The Hands that Feed Us is a nine-part series of my column, Eating Niagara, in the local dailies. It’s a monthly profile of a seasonal agricultural worker in Niagara. Kashima Woodham’s typically wears jeans and a T-shirt to work. But to many in her life, Woodham, 33, may as well be sporting a superhero’s cape….
My column, Eating Niagara, runs every second Wednesday in the St. Catharines Standard, Niagara Falls Review and Welland Tribune. I don’t remember much about the food from my days in journalism school in Regina 17 years ago. Still, there were watershed moments for an aspiring food writer. It’s where I figured out how to use…
This story about how to steep the perfect cup of tea originally appeared in Niagara Life. Pam Cicci signed her Team Tea membership card early in life. It was her Welsh grandmother, Gwen, who recruited her as a young girl with a cup of steeped black leaves softened with generous additions of milk and sugar….