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The Wine Wire: Changes to beer eats on Niagara Stone Road, Pommies apple tree giveaway, world beating Chard, wine evangelists

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In today’s edition of the Wine Wire, we touch on changes to craft brewery eats on Niagara Stone Road, a B.C. Chardonnay that’s a world beater, Pommies Cider apple tree giveaway and a Brock study on wine evangelists. Dig in … Continue reading

Hoppy Easter, from Niagara breweries: The brews are flowing all weekend

By Jill Currie

The LCBO and The Beer Store are closed this Good Friday as well as Easter Sunday, but don’t fear! In Niagara we have plenty of options for you to purchase your favourite local craft beers. Continue reading

Gazing into my crystal ball for Ontario wine in 2017 (a nearly Trump-free post)

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By Rick VanSickle

Thank goodness that is over! What a year 2016 was. And I’m not even talking about Donald Groper Trump, the death of David Bowie or scary clown sightings in the U.S., no sir … there were some things right here in our own backyard that should concern us. Continue reading

Michael Lowe reads Niagara chef Adam Hynam-Smith’s Curbside and cooks by the book

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By Michael Lowe

Niagara chef Adam Hynam-Smith’s cookbook, Curbside, hit bookstores a few months ago, much to the delight of local foodies. Here’s my take on it, from a cook’s perspective. Continue reading

The Garrison House in Niagara-on-the-Lake: Defending against boring food

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By Micheal Lowe

I’ve always been a sucker for bold, yet not overstated flavours, and lunch at The Garrison House last week left me vowing to return. Continue reading

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