Bikers fly high at Bordertown Biker Bash
Amherst asphalt plant protests gathering steam
Cape d’Or receives $292,000 for upgrades
Pugwash hosting climate change conference
Looking back at Amherst's WW1 internment Camp - Part 2
Live Bait Theatre bringing Esther Cox back to Amherst
Amherst Summer Night Market happening July 18
Warm weather finally arrives in the Malagash area
Firemen’s Bazaar coming up Aug. 10 at Advocate Fire Hall
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RECIPE: In the loop over National Pretzel Day
Pretzel lovers unite! It’s National Pretzel Day this Friday, April 26, and who doesn’t like to chow down on nice pretz, be it crunchy or soft, salty or sweet, tiny or large, drenched in chocolate or served plain. How a pretzel came to ...
Six O’Clock Solution: Chicken with chickpeas, a Syrian family recipe
Liven up chicken with a spicy sauce and add chickpeas to this time-honoured Arab dish, suggests Syrian cookbook author Habeeb Salloum. The Toronto writer traces his family recipe back to the 18th and 19th centuries during the Turkish Ottoman ...
Six O’Clock Solution: 'Earthy and unpretentious' Nazari salad
A new Spanish cookbook will transport you to the welcoming shores of the Mediterranean Sea and its lively blend of Arab and Sephartic food traditions. The cuisine is dubbed “earthy and unpretentious” by author Fiona Dunlop in Andaluz: ...
Six O’Clock Solution: Leek, wild mushroom and bacon strata
Homey, comfort meals geared to food in season is the subject of Bake The Seasons, a good-looking new cookbook by blogger and recipe developer Marcella DiLonardo (Penguin, $32). Taught to cook by her Italian grandmothers, the author offers more ...
KASEY WILSON: Elevating, and celebrating, carrots
After touring the dynamic San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, I headed for lunch at what I thought was a casual café on the ground floor. Boy, was I wrong. It was In Situ, a Michelin one-star restaurant hailed by The New York Times as ...