OGVG created this cookbook, so you can prepare these fabulous dishes for your family and friends, knowing that you are serving healthy, and delicious meals.
The Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers take the classic bruschetta recipe and adds a global spin with four inspirational flavours from around the world, including Indian, Moroccan, Asian, and Greek.
This recipe card from the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers highlights the sweet flavour of Ontario Greenhouse tomatoes in a roasted tomato tart.
This recipe card from the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers, adds a twist to the classic bruschetta recipe--highlighting the sweet taste of Ontario Greenhouse grape tomatoes.
The Greenbelt Fund supported the launch of the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers (OGVG) Cultivating Culinary Students program. As part of the program, OGVG hosted a competition that engaged seven community colleges, each submitting a recipe that highlighted Ontario greenhouse vegetables.
In an effort to support regional and province-wide efforts to serve local food, FoodShare developed this student-friendly recipe book that can be adopted by any school looking to purchase more local food for their menus.
In this comprehensive recipe booklet, the City of Toronto provides 14 easy to prepare local food recipes for city-run child care centres, which have all been taste-tested and approved by more than 400 kids. All of the recipes contain at least 50 percent local ingredients.
Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers’ comprehensive guide for greenhouse tomatoes, bell peppers, and cucumbers. Information in this marketing piece includes availability, tomato sweetness levels, culinary applications, recipe ideas, and more.
Local Food, Beyond the Market 3 of 6: Menu Planning – Guelph Community Health CentreRead more
Summer may be a distant memory, but eating fresh, local seasonal food is what memories are made of. We wait all year for juicy, succulent tomatoes and the crunch of Ontario corn. They are great on their own but also compliment each other perfectly. The Challenge for September was to come up with a recipe using fresh Ontario tomatoes, or corn, with a bonus for using both.Read more