World of Food

The Al-hendis’ Syrian shish taouk on charcoal and tabbouleh

The Al-hendis’ Syrian shish taouk on charcoal and tabbouleh

Syrian family’s shop a cultural gathering spot Bashar Al-hendi remembers Damascus in the 1990s as having a vibrant and modern downtown, universities where there was a mixture of social classes, and a feeling of inclusiveness.Yet he and his brother, Ammar, were 20-year-olds brimming with dreams and ideas, focused on fresh starts and exploring opportunities away […] Read more…

Ena͞emaehkiw Kesīqnaeh’s  Northeast Pumpkin Soup

Ena͞emaehkiw Kesīqnaeh’s Northeast Pumpkin Soup

  Worth the effort: Rowland Robinson reclaiming Indigenous ingredients, techniques right here in Waterloo Rowland Robinson grew up in a British West Indies home steeped in food culture, so it’s not surprising his culinary passion took root early. His parents were food and wine professionals — his Anglo-Bermudian father was in the wine industry and […] Read more…