Tag: Foodstock

Terroir 2012 Line-Up Announced

Terroir is pleased to launch its theme and website for its 6th annual event, taking place at the Oliver & Bonacini Arcadian Court in downtown Toronto on April 23, 2012. Entitled, The New Radicals, the symposium hosts those who are serious about the business of food and hospitality, and seek to develop and refine their careers. Tickets are now on sale ($175 plus HST) via the new Terroir VI website for a day of innovative programming with current industry leaders.

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Foodstock Preview

At Foodstock, a hundred or so chefs from across Ontario (and a few special guests from further away – see the list below) will be cooking for anyone who shows up to hear concerts by artists like Jim Cuddy and Sarah Harmer to show opposition to the proposed Mega Quarry, which is to be dug (literally) next door.

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Just Opened: Aaron Joseph Bear Robe’s Keriwa Café

“I think on a general level, as a cook, you always want to become a chef and own your own restaurant—so you can have your own thing that you’re doing,” says Aaron Joseph Bear Robe, chef and owner of Keriwa Café, which opened August 10 on the last stretch of Queen Street before Roncesvalles.

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No Mega Quarry Movie

On September first Ontario Environment Minister announced the proposed mega quarry would be subject to a full environmental assessment, including public hearings. For filmmaker Jason Van Bruggen and his wife Blaine, whose family has owned property near the proposed blasting sites for decades, the assessment is an important victory against the proposed environmental degradation, but just a first step in ensuring the damage from the proposed quarry never comes to pass.

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