Authors Articles by Eva Fisher

Articles by Eva Fisher

Eva Fisher
80 Articles
Eva Fisher is a savvy marketer who understands regional tourism and the power of partnerships and buying local. Eva was previously the General Manager of Kawartha Country Wines, a premium fruit and grape winery in Buckhorn, as well as Manager at The Kawartha Store, a clothing and shoe store in Fenelon Falls specializing in Canadian-made fashion. You can contact her at eva@kawarthanow.com.
Tora Bistro has brought authentic Japanese ramen to downtown Peterborough, including their popular Tonkotsu ramen that featues a broth simmered for 12 hours. (Photo: Madeline Gingrass)

KNosh News – June 2019

Featuring Tora Bistro, Lock 27 Tap and Grill, the Haliburton Highlands Food and Beverage Showcase, and The Edison Espresso and Pastry Bar.
Chefs Eric Boyar from SixThirtyNine in Woodstock and Tyler Scott from Rare Grill House in Peterborough preparing their rainbow trout dish for the Terroir Symposium's Rural Retreat at South Pond Farms in Pontypool on May 7, 2019. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW.com)

KNosh News – May 2019

Featuring the Terroir Symposium's Rural Retreat, The Fusion Bowl, Sweet Beast Butcher Shop, True Saffron, and Black's Distillery.
Soon you can get fresh bread from Hard Winter Bread Company any day of the week. Owners Jessica Arsenault and Graham Thoem have purchased a location in East City. (Photo: Julia Luymes, www.julialuymes.com)

KNosh News – April 2019

Featuring Hard Winter Bread Company, The Food Shop, April and August, and Peterborough Poutine Feast.
The recently renovated Riverside Grill Restaurant at Holiday Inn Peterborough-Waterfront in downtown Peterborough features a fresh new locally inspired menu that includes starters such as mussels steamed in Publican House beer. To celebrate the new menu, kawarthaNOW readers are eligible for a special deal for half-prized appetizers. (Photo: Miranda Studios)

KNosh News – March 2019

Featuring the new menu at Holiday Inn's renovated Riverside Grill, Cake by the Lake opening soon in Bobcaygeon, a new look for Sam's Place Deli, and vegan brunch at Nateure's Plate.
Co-founder of the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies in Toronto, Ren Navarro is a champion of diversity in Ontario's craft beer industry. She will be speaking at "Beer Diversity", an event hosted by The Electric City Brigade of Beer Betches and sponsored by Publican House, on February 17, 2019 at Peterborough Square. (Photo courtesy of Ren Navarro)

KNosh News – February 2019

Featuring the Electric City Brigade of Beer Betches, Ontario Street Theatre at Dalewood Golf Club, Nourish, and Jo Anne's Place Health Foods.
The Northumberland Fire & Frost Festival, taking place at Cobourg's Dalewood Golf Course on February 16th and 17th, is a celebration of craft beer, cider, food, music, and winter fun. (Photo: William Street Beer Company)

Knosh News – January 2019

Featuring Northumberland Fire & Frost Festival, Messini's Gyros & Grill, Dreams of Beans, and Nateure's Plate.
The Sapphire Room's berry mulled wine sits for 10 days with fruit and liqueurs. When it's prepared, the whole bar smells like strawberries and cinnamon. Discover this and more seasonal favourites in this month's Knosh News. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW.com)

Knosh News – December 2018

Featuring seasonal favourites from local businesses, Viamede Resort, Nourish, and Nateure's Plate.
This month we look at snack food favourites reinvented by local businesses. The Pastry Peddler in Millbrook has come up with its own version of the Passion Flakie, with different flavours every "Flaky Friday". Pictured is lemon curd, raspberry preserve, and fresh cream. (Photo: Brad Katz / Pastry Peddler)

Knosh News – November 2018

Featuring the Pastry Peddler and Vegan Sweet Home, Vegfestivus, Taste of Agra, The Monaghan Cafe, and Tiny Greens Plant Cafe.
Sandra Arciniega, owner of La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant, has opened the Mexican marketplace Mercado La Hacienda, which features fresh gluten-free tortillas made with innovative and beautiful ingredients. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW.com)

KNosh News – October 2018

Featuring Mercado La Hacienda, Nateure's Plate, the Seasoned Spoon, and YES Shelter for Youth and Families.
Before the Cultivate Festival weekend on September 21-23, 2018 in Port Hope, Cultivate presents "Love Local Food?", where 12 restaurants in Northumberland and Clarington will offer a variety of fixed-price menus focused on local food now until September 20th. (Photo: Cultivate)

Knosh News – September 2018

Featuring pop-up events leading up to Cultivate, edible mushroom identification at Gamiing Nature Centre, Drag Queen High Tea, and the return of Peterborough Vegfest.

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