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A Talk With Anissa Helou For Ramadan

 

Anissa Helou is known affectionately as the “Julia Child of the Middle East”. She has written eight cookbooks on Middle Eastern, North African and Mediterranean Cuisines. This month she’ll be taking part in a talk about Ramadan organized by one of Canada’s foremost culinary leaders.

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A Case For Stone Ground Corn Meal

sugar free cornbread by Serious Eats

Did you know that traditional cornbread of the American South was made without sugar or wheat flour?

We’re looking at the changes – in how corn was milled, and dried before milling – that resulted in alterations to the recipe so profound that nowadays no one even questions the use of flour and sugar when whipping up a batch of cornbread. Let’s make delicious cornbread with us at korucaredoula . Continue »



Easter Hours

 

Here are the store hours for Easter weekend:

Good Friday, April 2nd – closed

Saturday – regular hours

Easter Sunday, April 4th – closed

 



Thoughts On Jewish Food

matzoh ball soup from Lox & Schmear

We want to share an essay with you today written by a local Jewish chef. Lev Levine is the owner of Lox & Schmear, one of our favourite bagel spots in the city. They recently posted their thoughts on Instagram on the topics of Jewish food, kosher food, and cultural appropriation. It was so well presented we asked their permission to share it with you here. Continue »



Antipasti Eggs And More!

Antipasti Deviled Eggs

 

Grossy Pelosi, aka Dan Pelosi, is the prolific Italian-American home cook who shot to Insta-stardom during lockdown. If you don’t follow him already, get on it. His feed is one of the most delicious on social media – pun intended. All of his recipes, mostly culled from his large Italian family, are the kind that make you want to get in the kitchen. From Antipasti Deviled Eggs to Cherry Nut Cake to Rainbow Bread – let’s take a look at the best of Pelosi!

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