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Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Everything You Need to Know About Tomatoes Tomatoes are such a staple in Canadian cuisine: tomato sauce on pasta or pizza, as a base for fresh salsa, or in a spicy, fragrant curry. There’s also nothing better than dunking a grilled cheese sandwich into a bowl of ...
Cherries

Cherries

Cherries are small plump stone fruits. In Canada, most of our cherries are grown in British Columbia and Ontario, and the peak season is from June to August.  Interestingly, they require cold weather to grow, which is why they cannot grow in tropical climates. Photo ...
Artichokes

Artichokes

Everything You Need to Know About Artichokes Artichokes are popular in Southern US and Mediterranean cuisine. These delicate, nutty flavoured blossoms are often found preserved and added to many dishes such as antipastos, pasta sauces, dips and salads. They can be ...
Broccolini™

Broccolini™

  Everything You Need to Know About Broccolini™ Broccolini™ is a natural hybrid cross between broccoli and gai lan (Chinese kale). This vegetable, often mistakenly called baby broccoli, takes on the sweetness of broccoli yet has a subtle peppery bite in the stem. ...
Watermelon

Watermelon

Everything You Need to Know About Watermelon Watermelon may be the quintessential summer fruit – but keep in mind it is actually available all year. This sweet and crisp fruit is refreshing, hydrating, filling and great for recovery after exercise. Its peak season is ...
Mushrooms

Mushrooms

Everything You Need to Know About Mushrooms Fresh mushrooms are soft, edible fungi that are earthy in flavour. While there are many kinds of mushrooms that grow in the wild, not all of them are safe to eat. Canadian mushrooms that are available in grocery stores are ...

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