Barbecue Classes sponsored and hosted by
Call 705.741.1900 to book your class today
Fish & Seafood
From my time in the islands we will be demonstrating how easy it is to grill
a whole fish as well as some other delectable from the sea.
Making the perfect homemade burger –
from choosing the right meat to seasoning and proper grilling
Take Flight with Wings
No deep fryers just smoke, fire and lots of flavour
Calling All Bakers!
Food Network is casting for the next installment of the Holiday Baking Championship!
Each LDEI Legacy Award offers a one-week workplace experience
4th Annual Friendly Fires BBQ Contest
Think you can grill a great burger or smoke a mean wing?
Sign up to compete for “Best Burger In The Kawarthas” and “Best Wings in The Kawarthas.” Amateur
griller or professional chef, anyone can win! Not able to compete this year? Drop by to talk BBQ with
some of the areas best “Grill Pros”, enjoy live music, bouncy castle and of course – free BBQ samples.
And don’t forget to vote for the “People’s Favourite Best Wing” (general public admission is FREE)
- Effective goal-setting strategies that save time and make money
- How tweaking your ‘money mindset’ can result in higher day-of market sales and increased revenue over the year
- A simple, effective cost-capturing pricing formula to ensure your business is profitable
- How your competition can actually help you grow your business
- In-person and on-line ‘relationship marketing’ techniques to grow a loyal,
- dedicated core of customers who buy from you week after week
90 Croatia St, Toronto
Thursday April 23rd, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
28 Main Street E, Grimsby
Friday April 24th, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
20 First Ave, Uxbridge
Saturday April 25th, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
92 Concord Avenue
Spaces are limited, register early!
The Greenbelt Farmers’ Market Network (GBFMN) is a project funded by the Greenbelt Foundation
which aims to increase the success of farmers’ markets in the Greenbelt region.
They develop research reports, create a space to share information,
provide professional development opportunities for market organizers,
allocate small grants to markets and farmers, and promote Greenbelt area markets.
They work with a growing network of nearly 100 diverse farmers’ markets,
contributing to vibrant communities in and around the Greenbelt.
Use this link to Enter
Esther Lapage, Vancouver Island University
Theresa Walsh, Nova Scotia Community College – KingstecRegional Winner, Ontario
Mery Judith Cuadros Tenorio, Algonquin College
Chelsea Radke, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Samuel Caron, Centre Calixa-Lavallee
Protect Your Mobile Devices with #SMART in 2015
Try this tech for yourself with the Traditional #SMART Chef Coat in white.
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Whether you’re searching for an executive look for yourself or complementing head-to-toe apparel for the whole team,
you’ll find your style among the coats, pants and aprons in the 2015 Happy Chef Catalog.
including the updated line of mobile-friendly #SMART apparel.
Get your free catalog at happychefuniforms.com.
Festival du Bacon!
Festival du Bacon official website here and check out the Facebook Page.
On Thursday May 7th, 2015,
MPP, Jeff Leal, will be hosting the
Annual Peterborough Day at Queen’s Park
in Committee Rooms 228-230.
This day at Queen’s Park offers your business/organization the opportunity to spend a day at Queen’s Park
to meet with members of the Ontario Cabinet and our caucus colleagues.
I am inviting you to showcase your products, provide samples
and promote your business to the Members of the Provincial Parliament and their staff.
The Committee Rooms will open at 9:30 am to allow time to set up your display.
Invited guest will arrive between 11:00am – 1:00pm.
Our last event held in 2013, we welcomed approximately 130 guests to our
Peterborough Day at Queen’s Park
Please contact my office at
if you require additional information about our 2015 Peterborough Day at Queen’s Park.
Please RSVP your intent to participate and the names of those who will be attending for security purposes so we can reserve your space.
I look forward to welcoming everyone to Queen’s Park and showcasing what our amazing community has to offer.
Local Food Enthusiasts!
Earlier this year, Farms at Work announced the launch of two brand new on-farm training and mentorship
programs in Pasture Management and Maple Syrup Production.
In addition to our popular Beekeeping and Sheep Farming mentorships,
these new programs follow the hallmarks of the production season over several field days,
and have been designed to provide new farmers with meaningful hands-on learning opportunities,
and build strong ties to our agricultural communities, all under the guidance of experienced farmer-mentors.
So far, the response has been strong.
We currently have about 20 new farmers registered for this year!
But there are still a few spaces left that we would like to fill.
If you have any questions about these programs or about FAW in general, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Farms At Work | www.farmsatwork.ca
Keeping farmland healthy and active.
Interested in Sheep, Bees, Pasture, or Maple Syrup?
Good news! There are still a few spaces left in our 2015 mentorship programs!
Along with our popular Beekeeping and Sheep Farming Mentorships,
FAW is proudly launching two brand new programs this year in
Pasture Management, and Maple Syrup Production.
Each has been designed by long-time producers with beginners in mind,
and will feature plenty of hands-on learning, complemented by one-on-one mentor support.
Beginning in April, the Pasture Management Mentorship
will focus on thought-intensive management systems
by exploring design opportunities and important plant-grazer interactions.
And in October, the Maple Syrup Production Mentorship
will expose participants to forest management, woodlot and production facilities,
as well as successful marketing strategies and value-added production.
In each of the four mentorships, mentees attend field days on the farms of our experienced mentors,
to participate in projects and field work relevant to the production season.
By keeping class sizes small, all of our programs are focussed on group learning and collaboration,
with the goal of building strong ties to the broader farming community.
If you are interested in developing your skills and confidence under the guidance of an experienced mentor,
Farms at Work’s On-Farm Mentorship Programs may be for you.
There are still a few spots available for the 2015 season, so please visit our Mentorships Program page and submit your application today!
Travel with The White House Chefs to Italy
Cooking classes, cheese making, painting, wineries and more!
Three Italian-Americans introduce an unbeatable combination
Travel to Naples and the Amalfi Coast designed by three Italian-Americans with Italian roots!
Join The Presidential Culinary Museum ™
and Presidential Service Center a DBA of The Inn of the Patriots,
LLC and discover Italy and real Italian food without the fake items mass marketed to the public today.
Experience the truth of mouth-watering cuisine, homemade pizza doughs,
making our own Limoncello in a class (with the world known lemons of this region), exacting regional cheeses,
local San Marzano (the most well-known and written about tomato of the area) tomatoes and cry with a glass of vino or Prosecco because it is so good.
This will be en emotional, social journey of a lifetime.
Filming of the newest TV series featuring the White House Chefs and Iron Chef America Judge and Italian Culinary Expert, Mario Rizzotti,
will encompass any guest that would like to appear on the show.
At night, LUXURIATE in a world class villa perched over the cliffs of the Mediterranean sea
near Naples owned by Mario and his cousin Nello Oliviero.
The owners welcome you to enjoy each room overlooking the sea – every single room does!
Lets make buffaletta mozzarella by hand,
homemade pizzas, paint at night with a glass of wine and send home your masterpiece as well as visit the wineries and toast together…
Enjoy Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii, the gorgeous Amalfi Coast, Sorrento –
the land of sirens which enchanted Homer, Naples (Napoli) or the Isle of Capri by hydrofoil to mention just a few.
- May 6 – 19, 2015 – $5,400.00 pp
- May 14 – 21 or October 15 -22, 2016 – $5,900.00 pp
Always a perfect balance of personal time, cooking & farm classes.
Please let us know about renewing your wedding vows in a group ceremony!
As featured on Edible Destinations by Epitourian.
Private groups throughout the year also welcomed.
Every Saturday Year Round
7:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Located in the Morrow Building
George & Lansdowne Street, Peterborough