Fall, 2022

A Life Well Spent

What we nurture persists, even after we’re gone.
Fall, 2022

A Celebratory Cake That’s Sweet Music To Your Mouth

In his final column, the author not only takes the cake, but bakes it.
Fall, 2022

Return to Zenith

Toronto’s hard-working Dupont Street is heading in a brave new direction.
Photograph of Cole Fleming by Thomas Blanchard.
Fall, 2022

Switching Tracks

Photograph by Aaron Hawco
Fall, 2022

Darkness and Light

Spring, 2022

The Weight of Oranges

The new world has left us trying to transform into something more like the selves we want to be.
Spring, 2022

The Joy of Sex (in a Pan)

It won’t ghost you or complain about your family, and the finish is just as satisfying.
Summer, 2021

A Mind of Winter

Holidays can be filled with bittersweet moments of happiness and sadness.
Summer, 2021

All in the Family

Give yourself the greatest gift of all this Christmas morning—time.
Summer, 2021

Fear of Possibility

Change is frightening, but lack of change can be haunting.
Summer, 2021

Stories We Tell

Sometimes routine is the best way to cope with uncertainty.
Summer, 2021

The Un-Salad

Culinary rules are made to be broken—and nothing breaks them more than a salad consisting of soda and marshmallows.
Winter, 2020–21

Enjoy the Ride

Sharing some warmth can help make the most of troubled times.
Winter, 2020–21

What’s In a Name?

A tomato soup cake that tastes like cinnamon.
Summer, 2020

Narrative Framework

The arrangement of words on a page really isn’t that different from the arrangement of stitches in a fabric.
Summer, 2020

Big As All Outdoors

Winston Bronnum turned his love of New Brunswick wildlife into a sizable career.
Summer, 2020

Lack of Pinterest

A good picnic is about more than creating the perfect charcuterie board, explains Lindsay Zier-Vogel.
Summer, 2020

Jiggling Off into the Sunset

An appetizer? A side dish? A dessert? All of the above. That’s the beautiful, mysterious versatility of Jell-O.