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Shaken and stirred: How to mix a cocktail like a pro

Shaken and stirred: How to mix a cocktail like a pro

Posted Dec 5th, 2015 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes, In The Kitchen

Tend your home bar like a pro with this easy tutorial on how to mix a cocktail. These tips, tricks, tools and techniques will leave your thirst quenched.

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One to tuck away

One to tuck away

Posted Oct 16th, 2015 in Recipes, Summer Recipes, In The Kitchen

This recipe for lemony plum cake is one to tuck away for when the stone fruits come in season again. Red plums are best, but yellow and blue also work.

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Police tape and tomato paletas

Police tape and tomato paletas

Posted Sep 17th, 2015 in Recipes, Summer Recipes, In The Kitchen

Got greebly tomatoes? Don't throw them on the compost heap. Mix them with fresh-squeezed orange juice and lime, and enjoy tomato paletas.

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The unfussy: Eat Istanbul's tomato and yogurt salad

The unfussy: Eat Istanbul's tomato and yogurt salad

Posted Aug 25th, 2015 in Recipes, Summer Recipes, In The Kitchen

This simple tomato salad with yogurt and sumac from Eat Istanbul by Andy Harris is quick to make and requires minimal ingredients.

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Page 208: A recipe for greens shakshuka

Page 208: A recipe for greens shakshuka

Posted Jul 30th, 2015 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes, In The Kitchen

Shakshuka isn't just eggs with tomatoes. This greens shakshuka recipe shows the versatility of this dish and how good it can be with leafy greens instead.

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Rhubarb for the lazy

Rhubarb for the lazy

Posted May 23rd, 2015 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, In The Kitchen


I got an email this week that will likely wind up in the best emails ever file. It was from a local chef asking if I was doing

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Radler slushies and nostalgia

Radler slushies and nostalgia

Posted Oct 14th, 2014 in Eating Niagara, Recipes, Summer Recipes, In The Kitchen

A radler is a briliant way to drown out the summer's heat. Radler slushies, made with an alcohol-free beer by Niagara College, are even better.

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The Canadian Food Experience Project: Tardiness and New Potatoes (in Garlic Scape Pesto)

The Canadian Food Experience Project: Tardiness and New Potatoes (in Garlic Scape Pesto)

Posted Jul 18th, 2014 in Recipes, Summer Recipes, In The Kitchen

New potatoes and garlic scapes are an early summer highlight and pair well together as chunky pesto served atop boiled potatoes. A great main or side.

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Get your seasonal drink on with Market-Fresh Mixology

Get your seasonal drink on with Market-Fresh Mixology

Posted Jun 27th, 2014 in Recipes, Spring Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes, Winter Recipes, In The Kitchen

Market-Fresh Mixology by Bridget Albert with Mary Barranco help you make the most of your farmers market in a glass, especially the cucumber caipiroska.

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The Canadian Food Experience Project: My most cherished

The Canadian Food Experience Project: My most cherished "Canadian" recipe, Zwetschgenküchen

Posted Sep 10th, 2013 in Recipes, Summer Recipes, Fall Recipes

Zwetschgenküchen, or German plum cake, is a classic German treat come late summer. Every region seems to put their own spin on it. Here's my family's take, inspired by my mother's Schwäbisch roots.

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