Hosted by local cooking instructor Suzy Cui, this program features Windsor-Essex chefs demonstrating specialty dish recipes from their respective cultures from around the world.  THIS WEEK:  Host Suzy Cui becomes guest Chef Suzy Cui and prepares Napa Salad and Pan-fried Dumplings (China)

Recent Videos

Guest chef Kevin Peifer prepares East Coast Salmon with Roasted Potatoes

Guest chef Helmut Markert prepares Rainbow Trout Meunière

Guest chef Cheryl Hodgkin prepares a New Orleans Style Mushroom Pasta

Guest chef is 88-year-old Leonard Omstead, who prepares deep-fried perch & pickerel, while his daughter Nancy Plumb demonstrates how to make a simple homemade tartar sauce…

Guest chef Kim Gazo prepares her family recipe of Ukrainian Cabbage Rolls

Guest chef Elie Elmousleh prepares a Mexican Fiesta

Public Notices/Announcements - Niagara - April is “Dig Safe” month

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 03/26/2019 - 12:51
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The financial burden of damage to underground infrastructures in Ontario is estimated at over $667 million in 2018 with 5,042 reported incidents. No matter how small or shallow the digging is, Ontario homeowners eager to start landscaping and outdoor renovation projects are urged to Call or Click Before You Dig as part of “Dig Safe” month this April. “Whether you do it yourself or hire a contractor, if you dig, no matter how big, always contact Ontario One Call,” says Ian Simpson, Director of Education, Marketing and Compliance. “Underground infrastructure is often buried just under the surface. Whether you’re building a fence or a deck, digging a pool or planting a tree, be safe. One click or call gives you the peace of mind knowing you are protecting your home, family and neighbourhood.” Safe digging is serious business. Homeowners should be aware that even a familiar site may be unsafe to dig due to construction alterations, relocations, additions, and natural erosion. Never assume it is safe to dig - there could be gas lines, electricity cables and water lines just below the ground. If someone hits underground cables or pipes there could be serious fire and safety hazards potentially involving police and the fire department. By law, every Ontario homeowner, or their contractor, must contact Ontario One Call, before they dig. This process prevents damage to buried cables or utility pipes and the loss of essential services. Ontario One Call is a free service … call 1-800-400-2255 or click www.OntarioOneCall.ca Once a request is made, Ontario One Call notifies infrastructure companies to visit the property within five business days to mark (locate) underground cables or pipes in the vicinity of the planned dig. Digging without locates is an expensive and dangerous problem in Ontario. There are millions of dollars in damages that are completely avoidable. Those who do not contact Ontario One Call and damage underground infrastructure could be held liable for damages. For contractors, charges and fines can also follow under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Despite these penalties, 2018 had 5,042 reported damages to underground cables or pipes. Thirty-six per cent of all reported damage in Ontario is caused because a locate was not requested*. Next time Ontarians visit a Home Depot Tool Rental, Sheridan Nurseries, Garden Gallery or Connon Nurseries location they’re encouraged to pick up a brochure to learn more about Ontario One Call and how easy it is to request a locate.

Community Event - Muskoka - Muskoka FC Spaghetti Dinner

Submitted by sacton on Tue, 03/26/2019 - 11:55
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Spaghetti Dinner And Silent Auction April 2, 6-8pm 10$ per person 5$ for 5-12 Hosted at Grandview Resort in Huntsville. Girls U14 competitive soccer team will be hosting this night.
Grandview Golf Club
245 Grandview Drive North Huntsville Ontario
ON
Huntsville

Community Event - Muskoka - Short Mat Indoor Lawn Bowling

Submitted by sacton on Tue, 03/26/2019 - 11:42
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Muskoka lawn bowling club includes instructions and equipment. Season membership 100$, 3 month, 60$ and a drop in 5$ and bring clean running shoes. This event starts April 9th and runs from 9:30am to 11:30am 
Bracebridge Memorial Arena
169 james street Bracebridge, Ontario
ON
Bracebridge

Community Event - Muskoka - Annual Pancake Breakfast

Submitted by sacton on Tue, 03/26/2019 - 11:32
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Join community Living South Muskoka for their annual pancake breakfast. Celebrate the achievements of the people, they support their Families and communities who ensure that people with disabilities lead meaningful lives. The event is being held on May 3rd - 15 Depot Drive - 7-9am
15 Depot Drive
15 Depot Drive
ON
Bracebridge

Community Event - Muskoka - Spring Vendor & Bake sale

Submitted by sacton on Tue, 03/26/2019 - 11:19
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Ladies Auxiliary will be hosting a fundraiser event. They will be selling crafts, creations, collectibles and a variety of baked goods.
Bracebridge Legion #161
168 Muskoka Road South
ON
Bracebridge

Public Notices/Announcements - Chatham - 2nd Annual Habitat for Humanity Charity Golf

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 03/26/2019 - 11:10
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This is the golf tournament you definitely do not want to miss! June 1st at Links of Kent.  Every golfer is guaranteed a beautiful prize along with 18 holes of golf with a cart, lunch, steak dinner, participation in our ultimate registration party, and the chance to win one of many prizes at our sponsored holes. All of this for just $110.00 per person, and with tickets over 40% sold out already you don’t want to wait. Our ultimate registration party will kick off at 11am with Bayside as our drink sponsor and Neighbourhood Social will provide the lunch. There will also be life size beer pong and live music. Register Online: www.canadahelps.org