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Tag Archives: Artisan Foods
While new technologies and techniques of manipulating food ingredients abound, the latest thinking in the world of food involves going back to the past to get us into the future. This was the theme I picked up on after my … Continue reading
This little piggy didn’t get to market. (I’m not talking about the one in the photo) Over the past few weeks, pork producers in Ontario have been dealing with four confirmed outbreaks of porcine epidemic diarrhoea. It’s a virus that … Continue reading
My Food and Travel writing courses start next Monday! Some people wonder about what exactly it is that they will learn and how they can use it. With more and more bloggers posting restaurant reviews, I teach you how to … Continue reading
One of the most common resolutions for the New Year is ‘go on a diet’. It’s probably one of the most oft-broken resolutions as well. But you don’t have to go on a diet to feel like you’re doing something … Continue reading
For the past few years I’ve been taking some pre-Christmas vacation time in Hawaii. I call it a vacation but I usually find some sort of story of interest to folks back home. This year is no exception, so I … Continue reading
Today on Food Matters I was supposed to feature clips from my chat with Pat Joya, the person in charge of the housewares department at Capital Iron in Victoria. Somehow some technical gremlins invaded the radio station and my column … Continue reading
Most sustainable food system advocates think a celebration is called for whenever another local food becomes available in the marketplace. But there are some problems created by too much success, including a lack of suitable culinary infrastructure. The Island Chefs … Continue reading
If you are a lover of fruitcake, and maybe even make your own, you likely have some carefully wrapped and aging in a cool spot, waiting to be sliced when holiday festivities begin in earnest. Or, if you hate fruitcake, … Continue reading
You see the labels on so many more foods today. Gluten-free Rice Krispies, gluten-free breads, pastas and even dog food. Food manufacturers are jumping into the gluten-free market with great zeal. But today on Food Matters, I presented the story of … Continue reading