The Road Runner sits outside at 30 Rosemount Avenue inside a custom box built by Habitat for Humanity. Donated by the Hintonburg Community Association, it’s the first outdoor community fridge in Ottawa, thanks to the caring team of radical thinkers at the Parkdale Food Centre and its incredible local partners. And it’s just one of the innovative programs put into place by the Centre since the start of the pandemic.
“I used to be a chef,” explains Richard, “but am now confined to a wheelchair and am no longer able to cook professionally… I started out making some meals for others, and eventually came up with the idea of teaching other people with disabilities how to cook—so they would feel and have more independence.”
Cook with Compassion is available now for digital download with a minimum donation of $25 to the Ottawa Food Bank.
Winter is the best time to look for Community Sourced Agriculture options in the Ottawa-Gatineau region and to sign up or join a waiting list.
The Ottawa company makes dehydrated vegan meals packaged in compostable material for zero-waste hikers and campers.
Joe Thottungal’s new book, named for the restaurant, is a joyous celebration of the cuisine of Kerala, the state in India where he grew up.
Over 500 people came to a Winterlude classic: the ByWard Market Stew Cook-Off in support of the Lowertown Community Resource Centre.
You can also create a vegetarian version by excluding the lamb; substituting lentils or mashed eggplant instead.
Who’s in the mood for a salsa verde recipe?!
Have you ever wondered if you’ve experienced everything the pizza world had to offer? And wished there was something else out there for you to discover?
Apt613’s resident chef Sarp Kizir is sharing these recipes all summer.
Apt613’s resident chef Sarp Kizir is back with a whole damn fest for Foodie Friday.
Foodie Friday: Apt613’s summer recipe column is back feat. Sarp Kizir for 2018—Recipe for Steak au Poivre
In the first of a summer series, Apt613’s chef Sarp Kizir shares his recipe for steak au poivre with a $12 wine from the LCBO.
Congratulations to the winners! That was one heck of a tasty way to spend a chilly Friday afternoon.
Michael’s Dolce products put a creative twist on a household staple. Pairing traditional ingredients and flavours in non-traditional ways, Michael begins with the basics and then turns them on their heads. Over the past five years, Sunderland has come up with many an incredible thing—from jams that taste like candy, to the champagne of marmalades, made with pink grapefruit.