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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?
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OPINION: Being on TV and owning a restaurant are often seen as the only real measures of culinary success. That attitude must change, writes Corey Mintz.
Why people come from miles around to sample these mysterious barrel-aged cucumbers.
OPINION: Making edibles available in restaurants would pose more challenges than you might think, writes Corey Mintz.
Eight foods enter. One food leaves.
At the St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market, apple fritters are a tourist attraction all their own.
OPINION: Big-league chefs are often portrayed as artists. They're more like cult leaders.