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.
Nordik Spa-Nature adapts to the changing seasons so we don’t have to. Four recent additions to the spa.
The return of winter’s frigid weather is sure to have everyone wanting to stay indoors, but the weekend has plenty of awesome things you’ll sure be sad to have missed, if you are unwilling to brave the outdoors. Don’t believe us? Here’s proof! All Weekend Megaphono kicked off yesterday, for their third great year. There […]
The doldrums of an Ontario winter can be tough. It’s cold, dark and the snowbanks have overtaken the streets and sidewalks. Need something to look forward to as winter’s longest, yet shortest, month approaches? Beau’s brewing gets it, so they’ve created FeBREWary.
Beau’s is aiming to raise and donate $5 million to various “community-building groups, charitable organizations, and independent arts” over the next 10 years.
A local Ottawa business committed to fair trade practices, Happy Goat sources from small-crop farmers in Africa, Asia, Central and South America.
For your local New Year’s Eve party consideration: CRAFT Beer Market is capping off 2016 with a four-course beer and meal pairing.
The dinner takes place at the new Andaz Hotel at 6:30PM. Attendees will want to wear their most forgiving slacks as they’ll be enjoying 5 courses of next-level food.
The Rwanda Craft Brewery Project is an ambitious social project spearheaded by the generous folks over at Beau’s Brewery.
Over its ten years of existence, Martini Madness has raised over $250,000 in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada research.
“That initial brainstorm, 3 years ago, was the most brilliant I idea I had in 4-5 years: helping people get local craft beer to their house.
Creative Ottawans battle it out in a design showdown.
When Francis Bueckert decided to study abroad and volunteer in Ecuador, he had no idea it would lead him to start exporting direct-trade coffee and selling it on a coffee cart from his bike. Six years after visiting Ecuador, Cloud Forest Coffee is now launching its bicycle coffee cart where you can purchase direct trade, […]
It was a hole in the wall with the worst selection in the city, and when they closed it no one complained, which may just be a first for a store of its type. I speak, of course, of the old Rideau Centre LCBO, the late and completely unlamented bottle shop that may have saved […]
Post by Erik Dumouchel What more could a person want than an ice cold drink, kept cold by a set of food grade stainless steel balls– that even come with their own ball sack to keep them together? Even on the package it mentions to be careful while handling the balls because you wouldn’t want […]