Yume Sushi Restaurant

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For Jill and I, there’s never not a good time to have a sushi-fest.  In fact, we would probably have it for breakfast if we could!  So on a recent visit where we enjoyed a marvellous lunch at Yume Sushi on Main Street, we knew we had to make a return visit for dinner and…read more

Cafe Epicure

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Down on lower Main Street, a block or two before you cross Mound Street/US 41, is a popular cafe, where — if you closed your eyes and listened to the accents of the waiters and staff  — you’d swear you were in Italy or France.  But you’re not.  You’re at Cafe Epicure, an unpretentious bit of…read more

Cooking Matters

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As a Foodie for as long as I can remember – back to my childhood growing up in Toronto and helping my mother prepare Estonian delcacies, to my first solo flights with Chef Boyardee Pizza kits, and baking raisin bran muffins, I jumped the chance to volunteer as a “chef instructor” with the All Faiths…read more

Fogartyville Cafe

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Last weekend Mart and I were joined by a colleague and friend, Jo Ellyn, at a really cool music venue that I just have to tell you about. It’s the Fogartyville Community Media & Arts Center, just up the alley from Darwin’s on 4th.   Now Fogartyville, for those (like me) who never heard of the place, is a…read more

Owen’s Fish Camp

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Details. . . Details. . . Details. . . I’ve heard it said more than once, that it’s the small details a businesses overlooks that will sink any endeavor.  Fortunately, covering the details isn’t an issue for the team at Owen’s Fish Camp.  They don’t miss a beat, from the exterior landscaping, decor, clever menu, delicious food and charming…read more