Newsletter: The Weekly Bread

Every week we pick a feature for our market. The “Weekly Bread” newsletter has information about that item of produce including a number of recipes and interesting concepts to try. There is always a kids’ page, too!

The Weekly Bread: Cabbage

 

It’s time to forget everything you thought you knew about cabbage and turn over a new leaf

  • Editor’s Note: the Centre for Social Innovation
  • Food of the Week: Cabbage
  • Recipe Box: Braised Red Cabbage with Caramalized Apples
  • Kitchen Techniques: Fermenting Sauerkraut
  • Kids’ Table: Colouring Page and Word Find Puzzle
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The Weekly Bread: Carrots

These roots run deep: Carrots take over the world beginning with your kitchen

  • Editor’s Note: When the Weekly wasn’t weekly
  • Food of the Week: Carrots
  • How to Cut Onions
  • Recipe Box: Gajar Ka Halwa
  • 250 Dav: Social Assistance and the Food and Shelter Gap
  • Kids’ Table: Colouring Page and Word Find Puzzle
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The Weekly Bread: Onions

A universal ingredient in world cuisine, Onion makes the cut onto everybody’s plate, with a few tears.

  • Editor’s Note: The Shelter and Food Gap
  • Food of the Week: Onions
  • How to Cut Onions
  • Recipe Box: French Onion Soup
  • 250 Dav: Social Assistance and the Food and Shelter Gap
  • Kids’ Table: Colouring Page and Word Find Puzzle
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The Weekly Bread: Pumpkins

Far too nutritious and versatile to be reserved solely for Thanksgiving and Halloween pumpkins deserve to be added to your culinary repertoire.

  • Editor’s Note: Not Bread Alone
  • Food of the Week: Pumpkins
  • Curly Endive: A Super healthy veg, curly endive can punch up your soups, mash potatoes, salads, and even your coffee?
  • Recipe Box: Pumpkin with Chicken
  • Messiah Moment: All Saints & All Souls
  • Kids’ Table: Colouring Page and Word Find Puzzle
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The Weekly Bread: Leeks

Somewhere between onions and garlic in the delicious leek, a healthy and cheap addition to your pantry. Use them in any recipe that calls for onion for a change of pace or try one of our great recipes.

  • Editor’s Note: Third Space
  • Food of the Week: Leeks
  • Curly Endive: A Super healthy veg, curly endive can punch up your soups, mash potatoes, salads, and even your coffee?
  • Recipe Box: Greek Potatoes with Curly endive, Spinach, and Leeks
  • Messiah Moment: Leeks in their Hats: Why the Welsh wear Leaks
  • Kids’ Table: Colouring Page and Crossword Puzzle
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The Weekly Bread: Tomatoes

Tomato Triumph: It’s a fruit! It’s a vegetable! It cures cancer! Tomato triumphs
on your tongue with these fantastic recipes!

  • Editor’s Note: The Winds of Change
  • Food of the Week: Tomatoes
  • Recipe Box: Pasta Puttanesca: a spicy Italian classic
  • Messiah Moment: O Lord, Refresh our Sensibilities (by Robert Capon)
  • Kids Corner
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The Weekly Bread: Apples

2014 is turning out to be an excellent year for Ontario Apple Orchards. What
you need to know to enjoy.

  • Editor’s Note: Yurts!
  • Food of the Week: Apples
  • Recipe Box: Blomidon inn Appel Taart: A sweet dessert that promises to please a crowd
  • Messiah Moment: A Parable About a Playful Spirit (by Robert Capon)
  • Kids Corner
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The Weekly Bread: Pears

Weekly Bread 2014 10 1 Pears, a delicious and mild treat for your autumn table.

  • Editor’s Note: Winter is Coming
  • Food of the Week: Pears: A fruit so delicious that even saints can be sinners, sometimes.
  • Recipe Box: Honey Caramelized Pears
  • Tandoor Ovens
  • 250 Dav: Field Trip Report: Thorncliffe Park: How sheer determination transformed a park and a neighbourhood.
  • Kids Corner
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The Weekly Bread: Cantaloupe

Weekly Bread 2014 9 10 Cantaloupe may not sound impressive, but wait until you see what you can do with this inexpensive wonder.

  • Editor’s Note: Developments
  • Food of the Week: Cousin to more flamboyant melons like watermelon and honeydew, cantaloupe remains melon king of the world because it plays well with others and offers inexpensive luxury.
  • Recipe Box: Rock Shrimp Quesadillas with Cantaloupe Salsa
  • Messiah Moments: Take This Bread and Eat It
  • Kids Corner
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The Weekly Bread: Peaches

Weekly Bread 2014 9 3 What does this sweet and tangy summer fruit have to do with a Japanese festival celebrating girls and dolls?

  • Editor’s Note: Feeling Peachy
  • Feature article: Mouth watering peaches are here to please the palate with sweet and tangy flavors
  • Recipe Box: Death by Peach
  • Messiah Moments: When is Food more than Food?
  • Kids Corner
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