‘Nine North’ | New South East Asian Restaurant Downtown

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! As many Town Criers from across Ontario ring their bells in celebration, Nine North was conceived in Downtown Brantford. Traditional Asian dishes are a delight for North Americans and Brantford now has one of the finest, Nine North, right next to the Sanderson Centre for The Performing Arts, at 86 Dalhousie Street. The
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Along my delicious foodie travels in Brant, I continue to meet so many incredibly talented and passionate food entrepreneurs.  People are generally curious about food and the incredible flavour combinations in a Buddha Bowl are no exception.  What is this bowl of goodness with a curious name that keeps us wanting to learn more for
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A blender is a blender is a blender … If it mixes by pulse or pureeing, then you are set!  Hand blenders, food processors and smoothie makers are really all you need. Here are helpful tips for making delicious smoothies this summer! When fruit is in season, visit your local farm or farmers market and
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Is your refrigerator full of groceries yet you hear the same old words in your home week after week; “there’s nothing to eat, let’s go out for dinner.” If this is your weekly dilemma why not make the most of weekly sales and make it easier at dinnertime.  Whether you are a shift worker, stay
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Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Harmony Square was a delicious occasion in downtown Brantford.  The music, people and food offerings were plentiful!  The Taste of Downtown was a true taste experience waiting for the community around every corner. Sample ticket price, three dollars each. Three dollars?  There must be a catch, maybe needing two tickets per tasting … but
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You would think that such a significant milestone for Downtown Brantford would be a happy-happy event. BUT… the 10th Anniversary of the opening of Harmony Square began with cries screamed and echoed across the square, from balconies and businesses! Our Town Crier, David McKee, and his wife Betty Jean brought all these loud people to
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Growing up I wasn’t a huge asparagus fan.  My parents loved creamed asparagus on toast.  They didn’t offer any up and back then, I sure wasn’t asking to have a bite.  I often wondered why green toast in May got them so excited.  I didn’t get it.    It took many years for me to
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The Canada Food Guide indicates we should have 1/2 cup of healthy meat and alternatives a day.  My preference to this is the alternative, to be specific, I will take the fish please and thanks. Why is eating fish healthy? … White-fleshed fish, in particular, is lower in fat than any other source of animal protein, and oily fish are
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In my travels about Brant I meet folks from all walks of life and I enjoy the curious nature people have about trying food, learning about food and asking questions about food.  Recently one of my food tour guests asked me a great question as we were discussing cheese.  Is Headcheese really cheese? This is
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