Food & Drink
“My vision is that tea can open doors and become a medium for social change,” says Kevin Smiley, founder of SuraiTea.
The Rwanda Craft Brewery Project is an ambitious social project spearheaded by the generous folks over at Beau’s Brewery.
Is this the year you want to learn how to cook healthy meals? How to eat well on a budget? How to cook once and eat for days? You’re in luck!
We sent an omnivorous writer out to find vegetarian food in Ottawa that will satisfy both vegetarians and their meat-eating pals.
Wentsi Yeung on first trying kombucha: “It was love at first sip and I felt like it was something I needed to share with everyone.”
Let’s face it: sometimes work makes you want to drink.
Karine Larocque left a comfortable government job in Ottawa to launch her health and nutrition business, Youtrition With Karine.
This year the Ottawa Wine and Food Festival is being held November 4–6 at a new, non-downtown location.
Chef’s Plate, a food delivery service originating in Toronto, brings together farm-fresh ingredients and simple recipes to create delicious meals at home.
Imagine yourself seated at a table of 22, in a private room overlooking a breathtaking view of the city, indulging in a gourmet dining experience being created and served in front of you by the chef himself.
Over its ten years of existence, Martini Madness has raised over $250,000 in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada research.
Love them or hate them, the PSL has become a key part of fall.
What’s not to like about brunch? The fruit, the eggs, the baked goods, the socially acceptable casual day drinks…
While the dishes feature local ingredients when they can, the highlights of Bar Laurel’s menu lie in the imported Spanish products.
On Wednesday night, Ottawans got to enjoy a bountiful harvest of outstanding organic foods, wine, and beer, in a culinary event known as Feast of Fields