For over a decade, Anne Freeman has been the co-ordinator of the Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers’ Market, working in collaboration with farmers, city-based food producers, and the park’s recreation staff to develop and support this well-loved weekly gathering.
By – Jane Hayes / Garden Jane with Pam Jackson In the middle ages, kale was so well known and widely used that kale became a synonym for dinner. “Hey, would you like to join me for some kale?” Kale has come and gone in popularity over the years since then. Until just recently it […]
In this weeks Food Makers & Changers interview, we get to know food movement leader and legend Harriet Friedmann! About Harriet: Harriet Friedmann is a Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Fellow at the University of Toronto, and Visiting Professor of Agrarian, Food and Environmental Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus […]
By Jane Hayes / Garden Jane I love cabbage and have since childhood. One of my favourite cabbage memories is of cabbage soaked in lemon, perfectly salted and wrapped in pita. I bought this delicious snack almost daily from a grandmotherly Greek woman who ran a tiny cookshack in London, England many years ago. This […]
Today’s recipe come from Dawn Woodward and Ed Rek of Evelyn’s Crackers! A few words from Dawn & Ed: We love the apple cake because it highlights the versatility and the flavor of Red Fife, a heritage wheat from Ontario. The apple cake is essentially a one bowl recipe and easy to do if you have apple […]