Spot prawns, tomatoes, shallots, and herbs

With Cherry Tomatoes, White Balsamic And Garden Leaves Spot prawns (Pandalus platyceros) can be sustainably sourced from the coastal waters of British Columbia by trap fishing. Chef Jason sources directly from Fisherman Steve of Organic Ocean – established by independent West Coast fishermen who embrace sustainable and environmentally responsible harvesting practices. They provide the finest seafood to…

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Croissant and chocolate bread pudding

This is a delicious and easy way to use up any day-old crusty bread or butter croissants with some simple pantry items combined with fresh Ontario farmed whole cream and milk chocolate! Change it up to suit your favourite chocolate combo by using milk, dark, white chocolate or a mix of all three and you…

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Poached Chicken with Vegetables

Chef Jason provides an easy one pot meal that delivers. This is a perfect way to use up the last of some roots in the cellar and crisper. You just need a large stockpot or Dutch oven big enough to hold all the ingredients. Chef Jason uses a whole chicken but you could also use…

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The restaurant relief case

With the help of some of our favourite wine suppliers, and our friends at WineAlign, we wanted to share a new industry initiative with you that will help us in our recovery, and raise some much needed funds for Community Food Centres Canada. The Restaurant Relief Case is a limited mixed 12 pack of private…

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Leek and Potato Soup

Soup is one of Chef Jason’s favourite things to cook. Spring is an exciting time with the beginning of new life poking through the garden beds and the smell of wild leek across the forest floor. It’s a time of inspiration and the welcome of new ideas with fresh ingredients. Leeks, garlic and potatoes are…

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Classic Old Fashioned cocktail

Classic Old Fashion for Home Mixing   Head Bartender Aaron Hatchell shares one of his favourite recipes that you can mix up at home! In a mixing glass add: 2oz Bourbon 1/4oz Simple Syrup (directions below) 4 dashes Angostura Bitters Add ice and stir about 25 times Strain and serve over a large ice cube.…

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