Tag Archives: food

Carleton Place an ideal getaway destination

So much fun to be had so close to home! The surest way to test the charms of a small town is to visit it during winter. If it seems appealing – or even impressive – at that time of … Continue reading

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Transparent Kitchen making delicious connections between diners, chefs and suppliers

A more satisfying dining experience starts with being informed! I almost never get tired of cooking at home, but the occasional trip to a restaurant is definitely a welcomed treat. I tend to favour chef-owned spots where I know the … Continue reading

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Books for Cooks – 2014 edition

I am often asked for cookbook recommendations and I have to confess that my answer varies widely from day to day and season to season. Were I to win a lottery, one of the first things I’d go shopping for … Continue reading

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The Red & White – helping made delicious

Some people think January is like ‘lunchbag letdown’ after all the food and fun of the festive season. Au contraire, my friends – there’s a special annual event set in our coldest month that will lift your spirits, nourish your … Continue reading

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The Red and the White – fabulous food fuels fundraiser

Long gone are the days of rubber chicken dinners in nondescript banquet halls. Today’s trend sees fundraising events specifically focused around food, making for a more memorable and meaningful experience. A good example is Ottawa’s Harmony House; their annual fundraiser, … Continue reading

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