Ottawa’s Women in Industry Dinner has a fine dining take-home menu created by six outstanding chefs with cocktail and wine pairings. The team is donating 100 per cent of proceeds to Minwaashin Lodge.
It’s the end of December when everything goes quiet, and many of us enjoy delicious seasonal treats. But if you’re in the mood to read about food, rather than just consuming it, we’ve compiled our top 5 most popular Foodie Friday posts of 2021 to whet your appetite and help you make plans for 2022. So grab a snack and see what made Apt613 readers the hungriest this year.
Among the Ottawa culinary community’s brightest rising stars, Kathryn Ferries possesses both a strong list of achievements and a tangible love for the local food scene. Since moving here from Winnipeg with her family at the age of 10, Ferries has adopted Ottawa as her hometown.
Before we banish the last year and a half to the dark recesses of our memories, let’s offer thanks to those in our Ottawa food and beverage industry who shone brighter during adversity. Whether through actions small or large, these are some of the sector’s MVPs.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series we’re highlighting the bar and restaurant industry in Ottawa—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Kat Ferries on the future of chefs.
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There’s a lot of good food in Ottawa.
Clover Food & Drink and Bicycle Craft Brewery are teaming up to present Women in Industry, an inspiring dinner and craft beer pairing that features a team of Ottawa’s most talented chefs.