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New Year’s Eve for the Thoughtful Eater

instead of the typical caviar and champagne for NYE, why not stick closer to home and support local producers this year?

instead of the typical caviar and champagne for NYE, why not stick closer to home and support local producers this year?

 

When we think of dinner on New Year’s Eve we often think about caviar and champagne and rich foie gras sprinkled with gold dust. This year I wanted to propose a menu that will appeal to the more thoughtful eater, selections that support producers in Ontario and across Canada who make incredible products that deserve a shining role this New Year’s Eve Continue »



Interview with a Beekeeper

On Saturday, February 2nd The Toronto Beekeepers Co-op (TBC) will conduct an educational day of urban beekeeping at Foodshare in the former Brockton Academy Building on Croatia Street.

Designed for beginners, this is Beekeeping 101 and will examine all you ever wanted to know about beekeeping but were afraid to ask:  how to create bee friendly gardens; interactive hive and equipment demonstrations; bee biology and lifecycles; hive management and apitherapy – the use of bee products in medicinal healing- are some of the topics that will be covered. Continue »