Why the gentrification of ethnic food is harmful
You want our food, not our culture.
Naming your pets after food is undeniably adorable
Giving pets food names is a great conversation starter.
These aphrodisiacs may have you eating out in more ways than one 😉
Are aphrodisiacs just a myth, or do some foods actually give you a boost in the bedroom?
How a home kitchen became a go-to for Cambodian takeout
Mama Ouy’s is part of a growing trend of social media home-kitchen takeout services.
How a Concordia PhD student is working to integrate refugee women into Bâtiment 7’s urban agriculture project
Love for food and a feeling of community is just what the people behind Bâtiment 7 envisioned for their small urban farm, the Fermette project.
From burlesque to boletes: How Lavender May reconnected with a part of herself—and invented puffball poutine
“When you’re in nature, you forget all of this happening, and you need to do this at some point. You need to feel free from this pandemic.”
In my dreams, fresh ramen noodles strangle Po Po in her sleep. Thick and chewy, the flour-based noodles wrap around her neck and squeeze tight till her snoring is silenced.
The role of Italian gardens in forming community
As decades passed following their arrival in Canada in the late ‘50s, these Italians respected their roots and cultivated their relationships through the produce they grew and shared.
The agriculture industry on adapting to the unpredictable
The resilience of Quebec crops have been challenged in a year dominated by a pandemic.
How the Philippines’ different colonial periods impacted its cuisine
Filipino cuisine bears undeniable similarities to the cooking styles of its neighbouring countries, and that’s not by accident. Look to the Philippines’ complicated colonial past, and you’ll find the roots to many of the country’s most famous dishes.