Earlier this month our good friend, Aman Dosanji, reached out asking us to provide a recipe for Quench Magazine that promotes the sustainable consumption of meat. We happily heeded the call with our Beef and Broccoli recipe. One that Jamie created while he was the chef at Deane House, and remains a staple in our […]
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It’s been a hot minute since we’ve popped into your inbox. We’ve been busy dreaming up new ways to serve our community. And while we were dreaming, we did a little research on the food industry’s newest buzzword – Regenerative Agriculture or “Regen Ag”. We’re not experts by any means… but we can recommend some great […]
Well, just over a month ago we gave you some tips on hosting a holiday party, when you could actually have people in your home. Now, let’s pivot (for the hundredth time this year) and focus on how to throw a party COVID style. Now, trust us, a party is way more fun when you […]
At Harling Food Co. we believe in supporting local and eating with the seasons. That means that in June, July, August and even September there is a bounty of fruits and vegetables from Canadian producers to enjoy but, as the months grow colder, the pickings are slim, literally. There a number of greenhouses across the […]
The idea of pairing food and wine can seem both pretentious and unnecessary, but I believe that it can be quite easy (and affordable) and yes, it is absolutely necessary. Food becomes a meal when wine is introduced and wine almost always tastes better with a bite of food (unless we’re talking sparkling wine – […]
Some handy tips and tricks to help you host the perfect dinner party