Authors Articles by Eva Fisher

Articles by Eva Fisher

Eva Fisher
86 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
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.
The Seasoned Spoon has been serving healthy and delicious meals from their Champlain College at Trent University in Peterborough location for 15 years. (Photo: The Seasoned Spoon)

KNosh News – March 2018

Featuring the Seasoned Spoon, Nourish Project, Benji's Buns, and the Electric City Brigade of Beer Betches.
Brown Bag Tour Company offers a Northumberland craft beer tour with lots of personality. (Photo: Anna Kowalski)

KNosh News – February 2018

Featuring Brown Bag Tour Company, Caribbean Sizzle, Kawartha Dairy and Muskoka Brewery, and Wing House.
African Mission-Growth Market is bringing a taste of Africa to Peterborough. The Simcoe Street shop, run by Tokunbo Deborah Adebamiro (right), offers fresh produce like okra and yams. Tokunbo suggests blending the okra to make a soup. (Photo: Eva Fisher /

KNosh News – January 2018

Featuring African Mission-Growth Market, Black's Distillery, Dragon Yan, Kawartha Coffee Company, and the Peterborough Farmers' Market.
Tourtière is a tradition for many families over the holidays, but you don't necessarily need to be a great cook to serve a great tourtière. Both Primal Cuts in Peterborough and The Bridgenorth Deli in Bridgenorth make their own tourtière.

KNosh News – December 2017

Featuring The Pie Eyed Monk, Primal Cuts, The Bridgenorth Deli, Kawartha Food Share, and The Copper Branch.
This month, food writer Eva Fisher explores where to buy fresh pasta in Peterborough, including The Pasta Shop that offers a variety of flavours of fresh and dried pasta including spinach. (Photo: Eva Fisher /

KNosh News – November 2017

Featuring The Pasta Shop, One Fine Food, Pasta Plus, Delectable Fine Foods, Farms at Work, and Firehouse Subs.
Moody's Bar and Grill just opened on Tupper Street in Millbrook, giving local residents a new late-night food option. (Photo: Moody's Bar and Grill)

KNosh News – October 2017

Featuring Moody's Bar and Grill, La Mesita Restaurant and Catering, The Night Kitchen, By the Bridge, Chick-a-biddy Acres, and La Hacienda.
On Saturday, September 23rd, local tart makers will face off in the fifth annual Butter Tart Tour Taste-Off in Peterborough. Pictured is the Bailieboro Baconator, a bacon-enhanced butter tart by Diane Rogers of Doo Doo's bakery. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW)

KNosh News – September 2017

Featuring Kawarthas Northumberland Butter Tart Tour Taste-Off, Newcomer Kitchen Peterborough, Kyoto Coffee, and The Imperial Tandoor.
The Newfie fries are the most popular item on the menu at Red Wagon Family Food Chip Truck, one of the three trucks featured this month. (Photo: Caroline Effer)

KNosh News – August 2017

Featuring three roadside chip trucks, VegFest Peterborough, Kawartha Local Marketplace, and Nourish Project.
Millbrook Ladies' Night brings over 1,000 women to beautiful downtown Millbrook every summer. (Photo: Millbrook B.I.A.)

Seven reasons why you can’t miss this year’s Millbrook Ladies’ Night

The annual girls' night out in downtown Millbrook on August 3 offers food, shopping, entertainment, and much more.

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