Authors Articles by Eva Fisher

Articles by Eva Fisher

Eva Fisher
112 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
Cultivate in Port Hope has created the Big Backyard food tour to allows participants to discover Northumberland County food destinations at their own pace. Tours are available until November 21, 2021. (Photo: Cultivate)

KNosh News – October 2021

Featuring Cultivate in Port Hope, The Little Frozen Yogurt Company in Douro, Burns Bulk Food in Lindsay, and Kawartha Food Share in Peterborough.
Dreams Cafe and Bistro is offering a new fine dining menu, but without the dress code. Chef Warna Hetti promises affordable yet intensely flavourful and artfully presented dishes, like this Haddock Andromedae featuring Scottish haddock cured in beet jus, coconut sherry and mirin on a Thai lotus root cushion cured in cognac, Scotch bonnet-infused Tunisian olive oil and orange zest. (Photo: Warna Hetti @nukechef / Instagram)

KNosh News – September 2021

Featuring Dreams Cafe & Bistro, Boss Wings, Milk + Tea, and Cheese Please Catering.
Husband-and-wife team Vince and Stephanie Frasca of Frasca's Ridge Maple Co. operate a maple cart in Douro-Dummer on long weekends, where you can buy made-from-scratch doughnuts, maple tarts, fudge, and more, all made from the maple syrup they produce on their three-acre property. You can also purchase some of their products anytime by contacting them on social media. (Photo: Frasca's Ridge Maple Co.)

KNosh News – August 2021

Featuring Frasca's Ridge Maple Co. in Douro-Dummer, Sharecuterie Boards in Peterborough, The Cow & Sow Eatery in Fenelon Falls, and Pizza Bodega in downtown Peterborough.
Tragically Dipped Donuts is a fresh take on old school coffee and donuts. Owner Mike Frampton is set to open his retail store at 386 Water Street in downtown Peterborough late this summer or early fall. (Photo: Tragically Dipped Donuts)

KNosh News – July 2021

Featuring Tragically Dipped Donuts, Millbrook/Cavan REKO, Dodrio Bubble Tea, and The Publican House.
Alix Stein, creater and owner of nibble + graze co., offers beautifully designed custom charcuterie and grazing boards. (Photo: Alix Stein)

KNosh News – June 2021

Featuring Flossophy, South - Eatery by Electric City Works, Wah-Jamakin, and nibble + graze co..
The Crepes of Wrath opened during the pandemic on Hunter Street in Peterborough. Pictured is the Classical Gas, filled with banana nutella and strawberry, and the AFP, filled with apple pie filling, graham crackers, caramel, and cinnamon. (Photo: The Crepes of Wrath)

KNosh News – May 2021

Featuring The Crepes of Wrath, Haven Brewing Company, PTBO Cooks, and Central Smith.
The Dirty Burger Company opened its doors in downtown Peterborough on April 9th. The cornerstone of their menu is the smash burger. (Photo: Daniel Soliven @daniel_soliven / Instagram)

KNosh News – April 2021

Featuring Old Dog Brewing Company, Le Petit Bar's Marché and Bottleshop, The Dirty Burger Company, and Tipsy Willow Farm.
Potter and baker Bill Reddick's gluten-free chocolate cake makes the list of four decadent comfort foods to try in Peterborough now. (Photo: Bill Reddick)

KNosh News – May 2020

Featuring four decadent comfort foods made locally, the Farmers Black Market, Canoe Co. Café, and Nourish's Cooped Up Cooking.
Cedar Grove Organic Farm is offering porch delivery of fresh, seasonal vegetables during COVID-19. It's just one of many local food-related businesses that are adapting to the pandemic. (Photo: Cedar Grove Organic Farm)

KNosh News – April 2020

Featuring Lunar Rhythm Gardens, Cedar Grove Organic Farm, small groceries and bulk businesses, take-out and delivery at downtown Peterborough restaurants, and a local food Facebook group.
With public events cancelled and performance venues, bars and pubs, art galleries, and more all closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the local arts community is on life support. Spoken word artist Justin Million, shown here performing at The Twisted Wheel in September 2019, has recently had to cancel all scheduled National Poetry Month programming for his regular Show and Tell poetry series. (Photo: Andy Carroll)

Electric City Culture Council urges support for Peterborough’s hard-hit arts community

Revenues for non-profit venues and self-employed artists and musicians have all but evaporated due to COVID-19 lockdown.

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