FOOD Spring – Summer 2011
Welcome to Food In The HillsMay 15, 2011 | | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk | In Every Issue
In between issues, you can keep up to date with local food news, events and recipes all here, online at www.inthehills.ca.
The New FarmerMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
From big city to back forty, an urban couple leaves the world of cappuccino and concrete for a better life … on the farm.
Fraise FeverMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
Strawberry fields don’t really last forever, but thanks to some of the newer varieties, now you can grow, pick and eat them all summer long.
Valley of the BeesMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
Hockley honey comes from happy hives.
What would Granny say?May 14, 2011 | | Community
Sleek and sexy, this young couple’s country kitchen simmers with urban chic.
A Tale of Two WeddingsMay 14, 2011 | | Food
On the biggest days of their lives, the Gauthier brides decided to pull out all the stops.
What? No more ice cream?!May 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
A mother rises to the challenge of cooking dairy-free for her family.
Soup’s on…iceMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
Sweet or savoury, chilled soup in summer is as comforting as it is cool.
Kitchen Table TalkMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
What happens when five of Caledon’s most committed local-food mavens get together to share coffee, muffins and some big ideas?
Off the shelfMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
Our roundup of fabulous quality items produced by local artisans.
Food for thoughtMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues
Meaningful Mouthful “‘Eating is an agricultural act,’ as Wendell Berry famously said.
French omelettesMay 14, 2011 | | Back Issues | Cooking with... | Departments | Food | In Every Issue
Some form of the omelette has been around practically since humans first learned to crack an egg.