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FOOD Autumn – Winter 2011

The little project that grew

Aug 19, 2011 | Nicola Ross | Back Issues

Seven of the 20 individual plots have been rented for $25 each by area residents who want fresh vegetables.

Potatoes

The Potato Index

Aug 19, 2011 | Cecily Ross | The Index

In 2009 there were 5,430 acres of potatoes in Dufferin County, yielding 15,200 pounds per acre.

Maureen Baufeldt

Maureen Baufeldt 1942 – 2011

Aug 19, 2011 | Signe Ball | Community

No detail was too small for Maureen’s attention. She set the standards high for her staff, but higher still for herself.

Platter (clockwise from top left): Salami Feliho from Salumeria Il Tagliere, Lonza di Maiale (pork loin) from Salumeria Il Tagliere, pancetta from Pingue Prosciutto, prosciutto from Pingue Prosciutto, Niagara Gold cheese, smoked salami from Salumeria Il Tagliere. Photo by Pete Paterson

John Paul Adamo’s Charcuterie

Aug 19, 2011 | In The Hills | Back Issues | Best Bites | Departments | Food

“It’s very Italian; it’s what I grew up with,” says president and general manager John Paul Adamo.

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