BY ANDREW COPPOLINO | OCTOBER 2021 A cross-section of chefs, restaurateurs and culinary instructors agrees that the food …
When you crunch down on a cob of corn, you’re biting juicily into 10,000 years of history. Domesticated in Mexico, corn is a large grass that was an elemental foodstuff for a variety of American cultures – and at this time of the year, it’s also a particularly delicious local food in Waterloo Region
The pandemic has put the brakes on many aspects of our food culture, but it hasn’t completely slowed entrepreneurial spirit when it comes to food trucks. There are a number of new additions to the food-truck circuit. Here is a short guide to some of the new food trucks and the people operating them.
Maple syrup is a year-long favourite condiment and ingredient and one with a very long history that needs to be acknowledged. Long before Europeans arrived in North America and introduced the honeybee, Canada’s indigenous peoples were drawing sap from trees and creating the sweet elixir: maple syrup