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Top Chef Canada winner brings #BlackFoodEnergy to Caribbean cuisine

The winner of Top Chef Canada season 10, Tre Sanderson is the first-ever Black winner. He now modernizes Caribbean cuisine and put his spin...

Hamilton City Magazine’s newest issue dives into the culinary scene

What is Hamilton without the food? And what's the food without great chefs and restaurants? Hamilton City Magazine takes a deep dive in their...

Soupfest’s on in support of Living Rock Ministries

The 21st annual Soupfest is back in full swing! To talk about this annual fundraiser we welcomed Julie Conway from Living Rock Ministries, and...

Try food at over 25 restaurants participating in Winter Taste of...

Taste of Burlington offers people a chance to try different foods at over 25 restaurants in Burlington. All restaurants participating in the 15 anniversary of...

Tim Hortons soup base recalled for containing bugs

A Tim Hortons brand chicken noodle soup base has been recalled due to the presence of insects in the product. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency...

Whipping up Lunch at Rapscallion

Tim spent the afternoon at Rapscallion & Co. on James St. North in Hamilton enjoying plenty of delicious food.

Order takeout in Niagara and help Habitat for Humanity Niagara build...

When in Niagara is a group of restaurants that got together during the pandemic to help each other with advertising and support. It was very...

Burlington looking into what a permanent patio program would look like

Time to meet with Burlington mayor Marianne Meed Ward and see what's been happening in the city.

Why Philadelphia is the must-visit destination for 2022

Looking forward to traveling again? From the Harry Potter Exhibit world premiere to sporting events to new hotels, Philadelphia is the must-visit destination for...

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McMaster University expects large crowds for homecoming events

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