Getting ready for a new year of potatoes In 2022 we planted several kinds of potatoes from a variety of sources bought locally. Results were… Read More »2023 garden planning & preparation: procuring potatoes
I love making one thing and having this create ingredients for other treats. Here, we take a bag of oranges, some sugar, brandy, chocolate, and… Read More »Chocolate-covered candied orange peels, marmalade, and orange syrup
Our Toronto Editor, Shoshana Brohman is a George Brown trained chef who graduated in 1999. She, has run her own catering company since college called Good To Go, and ran the Moon Bean the first coffee house in TO to roast its own beans.
Shoshana’s first restaurant gig at 16, was at The Left Bank on Queen St. W., in Toronto, but she has worked everywhere. Was involved in helping the Food truck movement but haven’t worked fully in the industry since 2012 when she worked for Loblaws in their food program as a consultant for Food programs for kids,
Shona has competed in and been published in the All You Need is Cheese, plus a bunch of the kind of dairy/meat/ wheat board sponsored stuff as they have the most frequent computations. She has won the Duncan’s Hines baking competitions several years in a row.
Marilyn Venturi, of Venturi Schulze Vineyards in The Wine Islands, relating the story of the development of the vineyard, and their line of “Balsamico di… Read More »Marilyn Venturi – Venturi-Schulze Wines & Balsamico di Cowichan Valley
Interview with winery consultant Tilman Hainle on Working Horse Winery, organic dry farming, and the many exciting frontiers still to be explored in BC vineyards.… Read More »Tilman Hainle on the future of BC wine, and its still untapped potential
Interview with winery consultant Tilman Hainle on the 1970’s renaissance in BC wines, the establishment of Hainle Estate Winery, being Canada’s first vintner of ice… Read More »Tilman Hainle on the 1970’s renaissance in BC wines