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Blog: Ecclesiastes 3


Winter sets in to the Ontario Food Terminal

The Chef reports that the winter season is upon us with very few farmers present at the Terminal. Still selling are good looking Ontario beets, carrots, leeks, parsnips, apples and pears. Many of these are hard to find now at supermarkets which have given up on the Ontario crop.  Finished are Ontario peppers and tomatoes Read More


Solving a Toronto problem when you receive a gift of panettone

During the holiday season, well-meaning friends sometimes drop off beautifully wrapped panettone as a present. Non-Italians tend to wonder what it is and what they do with it. An article appeared recently in the New York Times which describes panettone as the lightest bread made and the hardest to make. See here. We notice a Read More


Making toast with artisanal bread

If you’re going to eat bread, artisanal bread is the way to go. It tastes good and makes you feel like you are doing something healthy when you are gobbling toast.  If it is truly artisanal, it does not contain the indissoluble and indigestible product known as gluten powder. This stuff is added to all Read More