CONTENTS SPRING 2009 page 32
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2 GRIST FOR THE MILL
4 TIDBITES
By Kathleen Mackintosh
5 READERS’ REFLECTIONS
6 A WARRIOR FOR MOTHER EARTH
Culinary Zen Master Michael Stadtländer
By Deb Cripps
10 THE EDIBLE TORONTO URBAN GARDEN
By Gail Gordon Oliver
15 FOOD ROOTS A Meditation on Spring Green(s)
By Liz Driver
16 THIS ALE IS ON SONG Cask Ale in Toronto
By Robert Hughey
18 WHAT’S IN SEASON Fiddleheads in Niagara
By Carmen Everest Wahl
23 A HEALTHY BALANCE AT WHOLE CIRCLE FARM
By Bryan Dyck
26 THE ARTISANAL GARDEN Asparagus
By David Cohlmeyer
28 COOKING WITH THE SEASONS
Seasonal Produce and Recipes
32 ELK FARMER JOHN RIETKERK
By Lea Zeltserman
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  34 COME HERE, MY LITTLE CHICKADEE
By Steven Biggs
  36 DOWN THE DRAIN
By Joanna Flatt
  38 COMMUNITY WE CAN BELIEVE IN
By Hamutal Dotan
  41 ONE LITTLE STRAWBERRY...
By Cookie Roscoe Handford
  43 A BIG TASTE OF LIFE AT LITTLE CITY FARM
By Lauren Carter
  46 TORONTO’S WOMEN CHEFS
By Sheryl Kirby
  48 OF CABBAGE BORSCHT AND KREPLACH AT UNITED BAKERS
By Lara Rabinovitch
  51 HOW LOCAL CAN YOU GOCAL?
By Jane Wells
  53 ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
  54 FARMERS’ MARKET DIRECTORY
    COVER (Story on page 18)
Nick Secord holding fresh fiddleheads at NorCliff Farm in Port Colborne
Photo by Gail Gordon Oliver
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