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Canada’s iconic (and addictive) fried treat has fittingly multicultural origins.
Ontario’s favourite treat has spawned festivals, tours, and competitions — but where did butter tarts really come from? And should they have raisins?
When this little piggy went to the St. Lawrence Market, he became a Canadian culinary icon.
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Fresh City Farms works with community groups to offer fresh produce to people who don’t have their own plots of land.
Greece can keep its Parthenon. Ontario’s got hot, nutmeg-scented doughnuts.
If canned mushrooms and shredded pepperoni are wrong, Windsorites don’t want to be right.
Just outside London, Planet Shrimp raises thousands of pounds of sustainable shellfish — but its owners still have to contend with old-school attitudes about frozen food.
What does a highly decorated U.S. Army general have to do with a pastry from northwestern Ontario? A lot, it turns out
EXCERPT: Ian Purkayastha's childhood foraging led to a lucrative career selling 'diamonds of the kitchen' to exclusive New York restaurants.