30 Days of Ontario Beer: The Twenty Dollar Challenge

30 Days of Ontario Beer Challenge

It's Friday evening and with work done and an invite to friend's barbecue in a couple hours your weekend is off to a good start. But then you a text message from your friend asking you to kindly pick-up some beer for the barbecue because he/she is almost out and too busy prepping to get… 

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The Economics of Toronto’s Street Food Culture: Why do I have to Pay to Wait for a Taco


Some time between when David Miller cleared the stench from the 39-day garbage strike by finding $100 million in city budget's couch cushions and Rob Ford claimed he'd pull the emergency brake on the city's gravy train, Toronto's formerly secret food obsession went mainstream. Thankfully it has stayed there ever since. Today waxing poetically about… 

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Introducing Redstone Winery


With the arrival of spring what might become one of the most important Niagara wineries of this current third generation launched. It's not using particularly innovative winemaking techniques nor growing new-to-the-region grapes. It's not exceptional big or calling for an outside-the-box concept either. What makes it so significant is the team behind it. It's called… 

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Ontario Wine hits a Groove at Somewhereness 2014


The one thing all great food and drink has in common is that it has a unique quality which unmistakably links it to where it was made. This is especially true of wine where the grapes, climate, soil, vintage and the winemaker's vision on how to best capture all these elements in the glass hopefully… 

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