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  • This little piggy went to market

    The canvas tops on the stalls outside the market buildings flap in the wind that blows through Front Street. It's early Saturday morning and ...

  • Clowning around?

    They work together seamlessly. Scarce words are spoken between them. Each plays a specific role in creating the rainbow-coloured clown, a ...

  • A dining adventure with Ambrose Price

    When Ambrose Price walks into a room heads turn. Aware of his effect, this son of Fortune, Newfoundland believes heads pivot because he's being ...

  • Haute Oil

    Gore Vidal, author, and one of my favourite American raconteurs, lived for many years on Italy's Amalfi coast in a place called Ravello. His ...

  • Casserole tricentennial

    Mac 'n' Cheese Day at the work canteen was the day I looked forward to most, when I had a regular job. It didn't take long for cook to run out on ...

  • Soup's On

    "The Cellar Restaurant is here because Rev. Kelly Hudson of George Street Church is a friend and because this is a good cause," said Chef Chris ...

  • Savour - the food, the wine, the event

    Hungry? How about some plump sautÉed shrimp with white wine in a vol au vent, followed by traditional salt cod croquettes and then a piece of ...

  • By the book

    I was at Carnell's Funeral Home the other day, eating chocolates with a good friend and talking about how much her mom loved food. Her mom was ...

  • Rare Treat

    I had wanted to taste Patagonian toothfish (a.k.a. Chilean sea bass) ever since reading "Garlic and Sapphires" by Ruth Reichl. The book is ...

  • Not your average meat and potatoes

    CafÉ Wedgwood 17 Elizabeth Ave. Phone 726-1860 I was hopeful as I walked toward the main entrance of CafÉ Wedgwood. It was a bright day and I ...