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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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In the small town of Bala, cranberries are a way of life.
A brewery opens somewhere in the province every few days. In places like Thunder Bay, it’s because drinkers are thirsty for beer brewed in their own backyards.
Eight Ontario restaurateurs share their advice for avoiding financial ruin.
Why farmers in southwestern Ontario are switching from livestock to aquaculture.
At Tait’s, you can find petits fours, Vienna bread — and maybe even a ghost.
OPINION: Canadians waste $31 billion of food every year. It’ll take more than apps and tech jargon to fix that, writes Corey Mintz.