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The Hands that Feed Us: Thanking a Farm Worker

The Hands that Feed Us: Thanking a Farm Worker

Posted Dec 26th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, On the Farm, The Hands That Feed Us, Food Stories

The Hands that Feed Us is a series of stories about seasonal agricultural workers who work on fruit farms, in vineyards and greenhouses in Niagara Region.

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The Hands That Feed Us: Shamar Dawkins

The Hands That Feed Us: Shamar Dawkins

Posted Dec 18th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, On the Farm, The Hands That Feed Us, Food Stories

Shamar Dawkins is a seasonal agricultural worker from Jamaica. He comes to Niagara for seven months a year to work in a local fruit orchard.

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Pearl Morissette Making Inroads with Michelin

Pearl Morissette Making Inroads with Michelin

Posted Dec 16th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, In The Kitchen, Food Stories

The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette played host to a Michelin on the Road dinner in December 2017, suggesting Canada is making inroads with the Michelin Guide.

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Meet Midtown: St. Catharines' Next Dining Destination

Meet Midtown: St. Catharines' Next Dining Destination

Posted Nov 14th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, Food Stories

Karl Vanderkuip has big plans for a property on Russell Avenue in St. Cathairnes. He wants to make it Midtown's next dining destination.

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The Hands that Feed Us: Kashima Woodham

The Hands that Feed Us: Kashima Woodham

Posted Oct 18th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, On the Farm, The Hands That Feed Us, Food Stories

Kashima Woodham is a seasonal agriciultural worker from Montego Bay, Jamaica. She comes to Niagara each summer to work on a local fruit farm.

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Beginner's Guide to Hot Pot

Beginner's Guide to Hot Pot

Posted Oct 14th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, In The Kitchen, Food Stories

St. Catharines is home to two new hot pot restaurants. Here's a beginner's guide to hot pot for those who've never eaten fondue's big brother before.

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The Hands that Feed Us: Peter Norville

The Hands that Feed Us: Peter Norville

Posted Oct 3rd, 2017 in Eating Niagara, On the Farm, The Hands That Feed Us, Food Stories

Peter Norville is a seasonal agricultural worker from St. Lucy, Barbados, who comes to Niagara each summer to work in a fruit orchard.

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Jiminy Cricket! Edible insects for dinner?

Jiminy Cricket! Edible insects for dinner?

Posted Aug 8th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, Food Stories

Laura-Lea Guitard owns The Bug Buggy, a business that specializes in edible insects, including mealworms and crickets. Who wants some bugs for dinner?

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The Hands that Feed Us: Eric Regis

The Hands that Feed Us: Eric Regis

Posted Jul 26th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, On the Farm, The Hands That Feed Us, Food Stories

Eric Regis is a season agricultural worker from Grenada. He has been coming to Niagara for 28 years to work on a fruit farm.

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PALS cookbook serves a good cause

PALS cookbook serves a good cause

Posted Jul 11th, 2017 in Eating Niagara, In The Kitchen, Food Stories

PALS, the Preservation of Agricultural Lands Society, has updated its popular community cookbook to raise money to protect Niagara's tender fruit land.

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