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“Smoked salmon” with fried capers + why every kitchen needs The Buddhist Chef

“Smoked salmon” with fried capers + why every kitchen needs The Buddhist Chef

Posted Dec 4th, 2019 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes

"Smoked salmon" with fried capers from The Buddhist Chef: 100 Simple, Feel-Good Vegan Recipes by Jean-Philippe Cyr tastes just like the real thing — except better. It's ideal for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack time.

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Treehugger Schnitzel: Revisiting a Classic

Treehugger Schnitzel: Revisiting a Classic

Posted Oct 1st, 2019 in Marketplace, Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes

This Treehugger Schnitzel made with chickpeas is a vegetarian take on a German classic that really schmecks.

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How to Host L'apero + Pissaladière from French Appetizers

How to Host L'apero + Pissaladière from French Appetizers

Posted Apr 10th, 2019 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes

I've always dreamt of going to Province and eating pissaladière, an anchovy and caramelized onion pizza, from a street vendor. This recipe for pissaladière from Marie Asselin's French Appetizers means I can also have it easily in my own home.

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Entirely Worth it: Tahini Fudge

Entirely Worth it: Tahini Fudge

Posted Aug 21st, 2018 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes

Tahini fudge is an indulgence without the guilt. Packed with healthy fats and no refined sugar, you can eat this stuff for breakfast and feel like this day's got nothing on you.

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The Plantain Combo That Became My Saturday Ritual

The Plantain Combo That Became My Saturday Ritual

Posted Jun 9th, 2020 in Eating Niagara, Features, Food Stories

MaGhana Home Touch serves Ghanaian food at St. Catharines Farmers Market every Saturday, including red red stew, Jollof rice, and fried plantain.

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22 Ways To Make The Most of Spring Harvest

22 Ways To Make The Most of Spring Harvest

Posted May 25th, 2020 in Recipes, Spring Recipes

Spring is no slouch when it comes to its offering of harvests. Everything from chives to spruce tips, asparagus to morels, these spring recipes will help you make the most of the season.

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12 Ways to Minimize Food Waste In Your Kitchen

12 Ways to Minimize Food Waste In Your Kitchen

Posted May 1st, 2020 in How To's, Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes, In The Kitchen

Food waste is a massive problem the world over but Canada is one of the worst offenders when it comes to throwing out what could have been a great meal. These 12 tips and recipes from Canadian food bloggers are just a few of the ways anyone can limit food waste and stretch a dollar at the same time.

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Why Ontario Greenhouse Cucumbers are Golden + Spicy Cucumber & Glass Noodle Salad

Why Ontario Greenhouse Cucumbers are Golden + Spicy Cucumber & Glass Noodle Salad

Posted Mar 15th, 2020 in Marketplace, On the Farm, Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes

This fresh cucumber salad channels Asian influences with a spicy rice vinegar dressing, lots of tender cilantro leaves, crispy tofu and chewy glass noodles.

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Six Ways to Green Your Kitchen

Six Ways to Green Your Kitchen

Posted Feb 16th, 2020 in How To's, Features, In The Kitchen, Food Stories

Going green in the kitchen isn't hard to do. These six small changes can have a big impact once they become habit. 

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Agrihood Developments: Not Your Parents' Suburb

Agrihood Developments: Not Your Parents' Suburb

Posted Jan 26th, 2020 in Beyond Niagara, Features, Food Stories

Agrihoods are made up of residential homes that weave agriculture into a neighbourhood, including greenhouses, farm staff accommodations, market stands and outdoor agricultural space. They’re the new amenity on the suburban block.

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