Author: Escarpment Magazine

Sole Sisters

The Collingwood Women’s Hike Crew, open to all women and female-identifying people, hosts group hikes at least once a month on a Saturday or Sunday morning…

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Kale Caesar (from scratch) with Chickpea Croutons

Nothing ever beats home-made, and this is especially true for Caesar salad dressing. This classic dressing recipe is revitalized here with fresh curly kale leaves, crispy roasted chickpea croutons, and of course flakes of shaved parmesan cheese.

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SPRING VEGETABLE BOWLS WITH TANGY PEANUT DRESSING

This take on the classic Buddha Bowl focuses on fresh spring vegetables like crisp green onions and hot peppery radishes. Bowls like this are a fantastic way to enjoy seasonal vegetables, and any combination of grains, vegetables, and protein works well to create your own.

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Camping Out

I am drawn to winter camping for a simple reason – it demands that we drastically narrow our perspective and radically alter our priorities. This narrowed perspective draws a select few items into sharp focus and completely blurs out the rest.

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Life Peaks Here – The Legacy of the Georgian Peaks Club

The grandfathers of the Escarpment ski clubs pursued their passions and changed the face of skiing in Ontario. Six decades later, environmental factors such as climate change along with the changing needs of families have determinedly demanded that the Escarpment clubs offer a new kind of winter weekend…

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Getting Ready to Ski

When it comes to snow sports, a well-prepared body can make all the difference on opening day. With the ski season approaching, now is the time to start activating your muscles. Here are 5 key exercises to prep your body for ski season…

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Surf’s Up

Freshwater Surfing cultivates a slightly different breed of surfer. The fickle nature of Great Lake waves requires a high degree of patience, dedication, and frankly a sense of humour from those who ride them.

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Road Trip

Rolling into town with our windows down and radio on blast, we had noticed a small lighthouse stationed along the Saugeen River which instantly conjured memories of summery beach visits to Prince Edward Island. Add a long floral dress and a straw hat and you might as well call me Anne (with an “e”). The only difference is that this is right here in our own province and that makes it pretty darn special. Full of charm and peace—what a summer gem!

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Tomahawk Steak

Tomahawk steak is a cut of beef ribeye that has five or more inches of extra rib bone which resembles a single-handed axe. Perfect on the Q — it is also referred to as the “Cowboy Steak” or a “Bone-in Ribeye”.

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Deconstructed Pasta e Fagioli

This twist on a classic recipe is perfect when your kitchen garden is overflowing with tomatoes and fresh herbs. The confit tomatoes are amazingly sweet, and the roasting oil, herb and garlic mixture in the bottom of the pan makes for the most delicious and light pasta sauce.

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