Posts Tagged ‘outdoor dining’

Be Excellent To Each Other

We know you know how to behave. But everyone’s excited and the sun is shining and PATIOS ARE FINALLY OPEN and maybe it all goes to our heads and we turn into maniacs. So here are a few things to consider before you let loose on the streets as the province reopens this weekend. Continue »



Chill out with these Chill Soups

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In the winter there are few things as comforting and satisfying as a big bowl of hot soup, brimming with meat and root vegetables, a hearty soup with a slice or two of thick buttered bread is a winter favourite. But soup has its place on summer menus too. Chilled soups are healthy and delicious, and there’s something about a chilled soup that seems elegant and refined; a cold soup served on a sun-splashed patio usually elicits a murmuring of delight and even surprise. Maybe it’s because, as Canadians, when we think soup we usually think of the aforementioned hearty bowls of chunky, meaty winter soup, or have been inundated with images of children racing home to a steaming bowl of tomato soup, or vats of chicken noodle soup-Jewish penicillin-when someone goes down with a nasty cold. Chilled soups in the summer do not conjure up similar emotions, but simply delight us with bright, lively colours and fresh flavour Continue »