Because of the diverse nature of the many different restaurants and chefs Brian Henry has worked under he is highly proficient at a wide range of cuisines.

Brian’s cooking is seasonal, inventive and smart, but in no way unapproachable or fussy. When he is coaxed out of the kitchen and starts talking about food, his passion and knowledge are instantly recognizable.

"Chef Brian Henry cooked a series of delicious appetizers for us as we sat around a table in the kitchen". Thanks

Tony Aspler, Wine writer

“Chef Brian Henry puts one hundred percent of his energy into going all the way.”

Birgit Moenke, Editor Stir Media Read More Reviews

Upcoming Events


Ottawa PoutineFest (World of Poutine) May 5-8, 2016

Ottawa PoutineFest (World of Poutine) May 5-8, 2016

Ottawa PoutineFest (World of Poutine) May 5-8, 2016

From the Creator of the Original PoutineFest,

this is the NEW St. Albert Cheese Ottawa PoutineFest at Festival Plaza (aka Poutine Plaza)

in beautiful downtown Ottawa (beside City Hall) featuring traditional, exotic and extreme poutines

by over 20 poutiners ready to #SpreadtheCurd.

Ottawa PoutineFest offers an “in the round” experience,

a Craft Beer Garden from Broadhead Brewery,

live entertainment all weekend long,

food demonstrations,

kids zone, a poutine eating contest, the King of Poutine, and more.


Support Global Angel Charities!



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Looking for a great time with friends?

Come out and taste your way around the Good Food & Wine Show.

Discover delicious food, wines, beer and spirits

from a host of regional producers and exciting exhibitors.


The International Centre
6900 Airport Road, Entrance 6
Mississauga, ON
L4V 1E8


Saturday  April 23, 2016       12pm – 10:30 pm
Sunday  April 24, 2016           12pm – 5:00 pm





Friendly Fires BBQ Class Schedule 2016

Friendly Fires BBQ Class Schedule 2016



Now hiring at Moet Chandon

Now hiring at Moet Chandon

For the first time ever, Moët & Chandon is hosting a competition for the position of

Executive Chef at the Maison.

The competition is the House’s quest to find the ultimate culinary match

who will also act as a global ambassador for Moët and its unparalleled hospitality.

This is a unique opportunity to live in Champagne and represent one

of the most iconic and prestigious Champagne Houses in France.

Contest rules:
All qualified candidates should send a one-minute video explaining his/her motivation for the job,

two recipes to match the Maison’s iconic champagne Moët Impérial

(one appetizer and one hot main course with a maximum budget of $45 per course)and a professional resume with references to the Moët & Chandon website by April 15, 2016.

Four semi-finalists will be announced on June 1, followed by the semi-finals in France on July 7.

The winner will be announced on July 8.


Saturday, June 18th 2016 | 11AM-4PM

Wintergreen Pancake Barn, 3325 Gelert Rd. Minden

Enjoy delicious and unique food & beverage samples from

local vendors including hot food, craft beer, coffee, ice cream, pastries, delicacies and more. 

It will also be a fun afternoon of live music and silent auction.

Families | $50

Individuals | $20 (16 Yrs +)

Chew & Chat for Charity

We are pleased to be hosting the third annual Food and Beverage Showcase for an important cause.

This event is a food-based fundraiser for H.A.V.E. (Help A Village Effort) and the local food bank.


Idle Land? Plant Trees!

Forests Ontario offers generous tree planting subsidies to landowners who qualify for the government of Ontario’s

50 Million Tree Program.

Help Ontario plant 50 million trees by 2025.

A Forests Ontario Field Advisor will work with landowners.

For more information, contact the

Forestry Outreach Coordinator at 1 (877) 646-1193 x 239  |

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ducks Unlimited Canada

DUC is interested in partnering with rural landowners within

the Kawartha region (Peterborough, Northumberland,

City of Kawartha Lakes, Ganaraska Region)

who have existing wetlands that may be providing

cavity nesting opportunities for wood ducks,

common goldeneye and hooded merganser.

These ducks traditionally nest in tree cavities,

so DUC is working with landowners

who are interested in installing nest boxes on their properties for waterfowl.

For more information contact

Jenn Lavigne (705) 721-4444 x 245  |


Sheep Farming Mentorship Program: Apply Now!

Work and learn alongside experienced shepherds in Farms at Work’s Sheep Farming Mentorship Program!

New shepherds get a hands-on, immersive introduction to sheep handling and flock management in this curriculum-based program.

Long-time shepherds Bob and Gail Irvine of Rocky Lane Farm

will guide mentees over the course of the entire 2016 season,

sharing their expertise and helping mentees to integrate into the established community of sheep producers in the region.


Hay Co-operative Welcomes New Members

The recently formed Ontario Hay and Forage Co-operative Inc.

is welcoming more producers to join its start-up hay-processing and export development venture.

The Co-operative will be holding a public meeting:

February 4th  |  1:00PM  |  OMAFRA Board Room, Lindsay

For more information, please contact Fritz Trauttmansdorff, Chair at (519) 647-2311.


Starting or Growing a Food Business

This full day workshop will cover topics such as the requirements for setting up a food handling premise,

trends in the food industry, and labelling and nutrition.

February 19th  |  9:00AM to 3:30PM  | Little Britain Community Centre

For more information please contact:

Kelly Maloney at 705-324-9411 extension 1208 or by email at

To register for the event, please follow this link:

Seeds of Diversity’s Vegetable Seed Producers Network

Calling all seed growers!

Interested in growing local open-pollinated seeds for Seeds of Diversity?

Join Seeds of Diversity’s Vegetable Seed Producers Network (VSPN)!

The VSPN works with farmers across Ontario to help scale up local production

of open-pollinated vegetable varieties suitable for market gardeners and vegetable farmers.

If you are interested in joining and would like to see the full list of OP varieties available for 2016,


To find out more information, click here.

Introduction to Food Tourism

The Kawartha Lakes Tourism Network

invites you to learn about market readiness for

food tourism (attracting food Tourists to your “Taste of Place”)

and the WIIFM (What’s in it for me)

on developing food tourism along with best practices for food tourism development.

April 18  |  9AM – 1PM  |  Olympia Restaurant, Lindsay

For more information,

contact Laura McCarthy at

Opportunity to Purchase Spanish River Rock Dust

Interested in purchasing Spanish River Rock Dust?

Now there’s an opportunity to purchase it in bulk!

Spanish River Rock Dust has been used in

gardens, fields, orchards, and more.

The cost is $110/tonne plus tax.

The recommended application rate is 1 tonne/acre for organic operations.

If you’re looking to purchase in bulk or split the purchase with a group,

visit their website at

2016 Census of Agriculture

At the beginning of May 2016, Canadian farm operators

will have the chance to take part in a national dialogue by completing the Census of Agriculture questionnaire. 

Census of Agriculture data is the definitive source of community-level data.

By drawing on this data, decision makers will be assured that

they are acting in the interest of farmers, farm communities and agricultural operations.

For more information, please visit the Statistics Canada website.

Job Opening: Golden Horseshoe Food and Farming Alliance

The Golden Horseshoe Food and Farming Alliance has a job opening for a

project manager for a local food procurement project covering 4 municipalities within the Golden Horseshoe area. 

Deadline for applications is April 15th. For more details, click here.

The Sustainable Lush Interest Free Loan for Honey Production

The Sustainable Lush Fund, of Lush Cosmetics,

has announced the launch of a new interest-free loan for regenerative honey production!

The Sustainable Lush Capital Loan is a tool used to grow a web of resilient honey producers.

The loan is based on principles of easing the financial risk of transitioning production methods,

experimentation in business plans, and expansion into new markets.

Loan repayments can be made with a percentage of raw materials that result from the Loan.

For more information or to send in an application,






Peterborough’s Farmers Market

Every Saturday Year Round
7:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Located in the Morrow Building

 George & Lansdowne Street, Peterborough