Tea Rebellion

 

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Are you a tea rebel? The good folks at Tea Rebellion certainly are, and this month they are celebrating their first anniversary! If you haven’t tried their tea yet, you really should. Continue »



The Classic Plum Torte

 

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This has been a fantastic summer for stone fruit in Ontario. The peaches, nectarines and apricots have never been sweeter, plumper or juicier, and the later maturing plums, still in season, are incredible too, perfect for snacking, making preserves or baking. And if you’re going to bake with them, you should definitely have a go at one of the best, and easiest desserts to showcase this wonderful fruit, the Plum Torte. Continue »



Our Halloween Corn Maze Is Back!

 

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Don’t look up!

 

If you missed our a-maizing corn maze last year, or perhaps were too timid to check it out, fret not –  starting this Sunday, October 7, the corn maze is back and better than ever! Continue »



How To Stuff A Bitter Melon

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Bitter melon is the kind of thing one either loves or hates, there is no in-between. And, as is often the case, those who love it, really love it. Here is a recipe for a Vietnamese soup that might set you on a path to becoming a bitter melon lover yourself.  Continue »



Soupbar at Humber College

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For many students attending post secondary education institutions, having access to reliable and affordable food sources can be a challenge; after tuition, housing and books, many are finding that skipping meals is one way to help make ends meet. With that in mind, Humber College, is starting a Pay-what-you-can soup bar to make sure its students are getting food for the body as well as the brain. Continue »