While working hard to make their best home cooking, they often joke, laugh, sing, and even dance.Read More
Despite the wave of food trucks closing for the winter season, the Ad Mare drops anchor downtown every day, at the corner of Slater and O’Connor.Read More
More food trucks are on their way to Ottawa streets in 2019. Photo: Dexter McMillan Ottawa streets...Read More
Egg Farmers of Canada and Food Banks of Canada partner for #RecipesThatGive campaign.Read More
Michael Smith | Nov. 23, 2018 The first reported E. coli-related illness in Ottawa from eating...Read More
Georgia Andromidas | Nov. 23, 2018 Welfare recipients’ food security is on the line after the...Read More
Devon Platana | Nov. 23, 2018 Have you been checking yourself out lately? At the grocery store,...Read More
For Ottawa’s only remaining mushroom farm, a switch to cleaner fuels not only helped the environment — it saved the business.Read More
Menaka Raman-Wilms | Nov. 16, 2018 The federal government will invest almost $2.3 million in the...Read More
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My feature in @Foodforott_news on @FarmLead and the growing #agtech industry in Ontario.
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#RecipeThatGives campaign launches this week to encourage Canadians to cook, share and support local food banks. Story from @sara_wicks https://cusjc.ca/foodforott/2018/11/30/750/
Pour it up! Nothing says winter more than a good comfort drink.
Check out what's cooking in Ottawa this week in our roundup of food-related events.
A taste of home helps Syrian refugees adjust to a new life
A feature Story By @maan_alhmidi
#food #ottnews #Ottawa #Canda #Syrian_refugees https://cusjc.ca/foodforott/2018/11/30/691/