Andrew Muckleston has been cultivating the classic craft of butchery for decades, carving out new ideas to express his creativity.
Ten tasty and useful gifts for the foodies on your list, all available locally.
Le 3 novembre prochain se tiendra la troisième édition du Défi annuel des Chefs d’Ambassades (Embassy Chef Challenge Canada).
“Hello My Name Is…” was a weekly summer column by Apt613 contributor She Who Must Be Obeyed. Every week stars one key seasonal ingredient in a new original recipe. For your bookmarks, 15 of those recipes are listed here.
Ottawa Cooks has been a long time coming – not only because it is the 7th book in Figure One Publishing’s “Canada Cooks” series, but also because the culinary scene in Ottawa is only now reaching its full potential.
Fall is upon us and, believe it or not, so is prime time for farmers’ markets.
An original recipe for Apple Four Quarters Cake – the French equivalent of pound cake.
What’s that? You think we’ve met before? Perhaps – but I think you may be confusing me with my much older and dowdier cousin.
Many shawarma lovers think they’re eating pickled beets but in fact the beets are mainly used as a colouring agent. The real pickles are the turnips.
Nothing says August like tomatoes and corn.
Maybe, just maybe, black currants need to be cooked to taste good.
A lovely recipe that combines Moroccan flavours with the earthy taste of Swiss Chard.
Aaron Cayer, owner of Antique Skate Shop has been leading a movement for community-built-change in Ottawa under the banner “For Pivot’s Sake”. The goal of this initiative is to pay-it-forward by engaging youth to develop confidence, to get active and to get involved in their own communities. Hops & Fodder is one of For Pivot’s […]
A weekly instalment of what’s seasonal. When it comes to radishes, I like to keep things simple. And raw. No braised radish with rabbit quenelles for me. This post is more of a reminder to eat radishes than a recipe, per se. Radishes are available and inexpensive year round. It’s easy to forget that they […]
Her culinary career reads like a season of Chef’s Table and yet Ottawa-born Chef Emmanuelle Leftick has never lost sight of the important things: hard work, great friends and knowing when to slow down. Recently, as part of her North American tour, she returned home to Ottawa and made a tempting feast for 24 guests […]