Tag Archive: recipes

Fall Harvest Pickle

This is part of my preserving column for a bunch of regional Ontario newspapers. For the original post, go here. Last year around this time I was cleaning up my garden before putting it to bed for the winter. Looking... Read More >

Cranberry Chutney

This is part of my preserving column for a bunch of regional Ontario newspapers. For the original post, go here. Cranberry sauce is a given at Thanksgiving, and for good reason. It’s a sweet and acidic foil to the richer... Read More >

Quince Scrap Jelly

This is part of my preserving column for a bunch of regional Ontario newspapers. For the original post, go here. “I tried the fruit you told me about, the quince, and it was terrible!” my father exclaimed. A week earlier,... Read More >

Coronation Grape Syrup

This is part of my new preserving column for a bunch of regional Ontario newspapers. Find the original post here. It’s a mystery to me why the Coronation grape’s popularity doesn’t seem to extend beyond the borders of its native... Read More >

A Tribute to Strawberry Salad

I took a food writing class back in November with the very talented Chris Nuttall-Smith, former Globe & Mail critic. I signed up on a whim last-minute, giving myself something concrete with which to distract myself from recipe testing and... Read More >

Happy Birthday, Have a Pickled Egg

I think I am like most people in that, for the majority of my life, I mostly thought of pickled eggs as a kind of cosmic joke. I’d only ever really seen them on the bar at The Wheel Club,... Read More >