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Why you should pay a visit to the "Local History and Archives" section of the Hamilton Public Library's main branch.

Opinion | Graham Rockingham: Hamilton Public Library's archives prove Steeltown is a city of song

Why you should pay a visit to the "Local History and Archives" section of the Hamilton Public Library's main branch.

French potato salad is served warm or at room temperature and is composed of sliced potatoes glistening with olive oil, white wine vinegar and plenty of fresh herbs.

Ditch the mayo and give your potato salad a French twist

French potato salad is served warm or at room temperature and is composed of sliced potatoes glistening with olive oil, white wine vinegar and plenty of fresh herbs.

Hamilton Golf and Country Club sommelier José Luis Fernández recently won the title of “Best Sommelier in Ontario".

Ontario's top sommelier

Graham Rockingham talks to Hamilton Golf and Country Club sommelier José Luis Fernández, who recently won the title of “Best Sommelier in Ontario". Story: ht...

No summer barbecue is complete without a creamy potato salad. But this one won't put on the pounds and will earn you plaudits.

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Food truck competing for television exposure

Good taste on a plate: Mexican Chocolate Honey Cake.

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Sweet! Maple syrup tours and recipes >

Sweet! Maple syrup tours and recipes

The first weekend of April is Ontario's Maple Weekend - when maple syrup producers open their doors to demonstrate how this natural sweetener is made,...

A one-pot take that does ‘pasta fazool’ one better >

A one-pot take that does 'pasta fazool' one better

I was served a version of this dish at a neighbourhood restaurant in Milan last fall and was completely smitten.

30-MINUTE MIRACLE: Quick meat sauce for those busy nights >

30-MINUTE MIRACLE: Quick meat sauce for those busy nights

Today’s dish was a go-to recipe I resorted to often during the week when I was busy taking a young daughter to swim practice.

30-MINUTE MIRACLE: ‘Three Sisters’ vegetables make a harmonious meal >

30-MINUTE MIRACLE: ‘Three Sisters’ vegetables make a harmonious meal

It was a happy day when good friends invited us over several years ago for a “Three Sisters” meal, combining corn, squash and beans.

Restaurant review: Beer lovers and food lovers unite at Burlington's Culaccino

Restaurant review: Beer lovers and food lovers unite at Burlington's Culaccino

Bright bulbs light up the name "Culaccino" as if you are on Broadway in New York rather than Brant Street in Burlington.

Meg Makins and Linds Bishop are behind Sweet Ice Snow Cones - an all-natural, travelling snow cone stand that uses made-from-scratch syrups. Follow along at sweeticesnowcones.ca or on Twitter @sweet_ice_cones. Barry Gray/The Hamilton Spectator.

Meg Makins and Linds Bishop are behind Sweet Ice Snow Cones - an all-natural, travelling snow cone stand that uses made-from-scratch syrups. Follow along at sweeticesnowcones.ca or on Twitter @sweet_ice_cones. Barry Gray/The Hamilton Spectator.

Christopher Godwaldt and Amy Gringhuis co-own Cafe Oranje. A Dutch branded cafe, they are committed to opening in the downtown core and have a bid in on a space in the Lister Block. They plan to showcase Hamilton's amazing coffee roasters and serve delicious Dutch treats, pastries and light meal options. Find them on Facebook, twitter (@cafeoranjeham) and online at www.cafeoranje.ca. Barry Gray/The Hamilton Spectator.

Christopher Godwaldt and Amy Gringhuis co-own Cafe Oranje. A Dutch branded cafe, they are committed to opening in the downtown core and have a bid in on a space in the Lister Block. They plan to showcase Hamilton's amazing coffee roasters and serve delicious Dutch treats, pastries and light meal options. Find them on Facebook, twitter (@cafeoranjeham) and online at www.cafeoranje.ca. Barry Gray/The Hamilton Spectator.