Authors Articles by Eva Fisher

Articles by Eva Fisher

Eva Fisher
95 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
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 /

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 /

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.
Jillian Marshall of Bittersweet Botanicals makes her own brand of bitters from a blend of fruit, herbs and flowers. (Photo: Eva Fisher /

KNosh News – August 2018

Featuring Lakefield Bakery on Queen, Bittersweet Botanicals, Fresh Dreams, and Jo Anne's Place Health Foods.
Summer is the season for refreshing cocktails, and local establishments in the Kawarthas offer creative options with seasonal ingredients, such as Lantern Restaurant & Grill’s Stony Mule made with local spirits and mint fresh from the garden. (Photo: Lantern Restaurant & Grill)

KNosh News – July 2018

Featuring refreshing summer cocktails, Toe Beans Cafe, Lakehouse on the Run, and Friendly Fires BBQ competition.
The Monaghan Café in Peterborough is under new ownership. A new menu offers fresh new options like the Sunny Up Pizza, a breakfast pizza with fresh herbs and a sunny-side up egg. Food is made from scratch and served with a bowl of fruit and homemade peanut butter, jam, and ketchup. (Photo: Eva Fisher /

KNosh News – June 2018

Featuring The Monaghan Café, the Peterborough Farmers' Market vs the new Peterborough Regional Farmers' Market, Cobourg Food and Music Festival, and The Land Canadian Adventures.
A Taste of Downtown will bring 26 restaurant vendors and two entertainment stages to Charlotte Street in downtown Peterborough on Saturday, June 2, 2018. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough DBIA)

KNosh News – May 2018

Featuring Fenelon Falls Brewing Co., Bigley's Sweet Treats, Taste of Downtown, and Pedal Parlor Co.
Local food and wine expert Shari Darling's upcoming "How to Make Fresh Homestead Cheeses" workshop on April 23rd will teach participants how to make cream cheese, ricotta, and mozzarella. (Photo: Shari Darling)

KNosh News – April 2018

Featuring Lock Stop Cafe, the Peterborough Downtown Farmers' Market, Shari Darling, and Locavorest.

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