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Seize the Shell

Prince Edward Island mussels and oysters are some of the world’s most coveted molluscs, from the pure and rich waters of Atlantic Canada.  ... Read More...

THE STORYTELLERS: Karon Liu

Like many journalists, Karon Liu didn’t exactly choose Food as his beat. Food journalism—outside of restaurant criticism—wasn’t on his radar. “Here’s the buzziest restaurant where the celebs are going to”: Liu wasn’t interested. It wasn’t until Liu started writing about it that he discovered the breadth of food and its centrality to our societies.... Read More...

somm, the future of wine is tech

somm is the public-facing name of BeTheSomm Inc. The Canadian company, based in Toronto Ontario, is founded by and led by women, as well as employing 50/50 investment by women/men.... Read More...

86’ed: My Life As I Knew It

Then food saved me. We had epic, epic meals. At five-feet tall, my grandma would tower over my poor aunts like a drill sergeant inspecting troops; mulling over every dumpling for aesthetic perfection and ladling into the fish maw soup to ensure it was up to her standards. ... Read More...

Food banks are in crisis. Here’s how you can help.

The food bank business is booming, which is not a good thing. Demand this month is so high that food banks are running out of food. Here’s everything you need to know about how best to support your local food bank during the toughest time of the year. ... Read More...

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Experiences aren’t always better for the planet than products

The passing of “peak stuff” has the potential to be good news for the planet. As society becomes increasingly aware that consumption is putting intolerable strain on the planet, sharing experiences can be a more sustainable way to show appreciation for ourselves, our friends, and our family. But this is not a given.... Read More...

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Feast Boxes: Indigenous culinary, feeding the marginalized

This campaign aims to support Indigenous families in need while also securing jobs in Indigenous culinary food services. It allows employees to keep working at the participating restaurants and establishments. This pandemic caused so many places to close their doors, and this is a way for us to bring back kitchen and support staff during the holidays.... Read More...