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Après Spirit

As temperatures drop, our favourite way to warm our bellies and lift our spirits is with a locally produced cocktail (or three). Whether you prefer gin, vodka, brandy, or Earl Grey tea, these cozy concoctions are guaranteed to keep you toasty this winter. Forget the fire, warm up with one of these cold weather libations.

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Needle In A Haystack

If you’ve ever spent ten minutes describing in detail that you’re looking for a ‘thingamabob’ that fits onto a ‘widget’, you’ve probably been advised to go to Hindle’s Clarksburg Hardware. If you’ve taken that advice you’ve probably been told, quite authoritatively, that what you want is a self-locking deck cleat—and you’ve probably asked if you wanted it in black or galvanized.

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Anything & Everything – Artist Feature Jon Houghton

Growing up in Thornbury, Jonathan Houghton had dreams of becoming an illustrator/ cartoonist. Years later however, after studying fine art in New Brunswick, Greece and Italy, Jon returned home as an accomplished painter, having honed his own distinctively, identifiable style.

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Winter Bucket List

When powder accumulates on the trails and ice forms on the lakes and ponds, it’s time to bundle up and head off on an adventure.This winter will be unlike any we have experienced and while skiing and snowboarding vie for most of the attention, Escarpment has compiled a boundless assortment of additional adventures to get you outdoors and into the fresh air all season long.

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Exploring Escarpment’s Sidecountry

While Ontario may not be known for our “high alpine” we do have ample rolling hills that provide more than adequate terrain for ski touring and split-boarding. Vertical gains range from 500-1,000 feet and the lack of crowds and endless wilderness adds to the magic of backcountry (or in our case sidecountry) skiing.

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RICOTTA GNOCCHI By Chef Mark McEwan

Celebrity Chef Mark McEwan is perhaps best known for being a judge on Top Chef Canada. Inspired by the freshest ingredients, Chef McEwan’s gastronomic prowess reaches every corner of the culinary universe with two best-selling cookbooks, three boutique grocery stores, and six extraordinary restaurants, including Thornbury’s own Fabbrica.

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Raise the Roof

A growing family’s Escarpment escape receives a fresh and airy upgrade with luxe details, tactile textures and natural tones.

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TOMATO & ZUCCHINI GRATIN

This summery take on a traditional gratin is fresh and light with ripe seasonal produce. It’s quick to make, and easy to pop in the oven for an hour while you head outside to BBQ the rest of your meal.

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Pick Up Locations for Escarpment Spring 2020

Escarpment Magazine Spring 2020 Issue is available at over a dozen locations across Simcoe, Grey and Bruce Counties. Click here to view the list of pick-up locations, which will be updated as more businesses are able to open their doors.

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Sweet Orange Tea Cake

This simple cake recipe is quick and easy to make. It adds a fun spin to a simple tea cake by blending an entire orange into the batter.

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Mushroom Bourguignon

This is a vegetarian adaptation of Julia Child’s classic “Boeuf Bourguignon”, a timeless winter recipe full of deep, rich gravy flavour, served on top of a hearty bowl of egg noodles or mashed potatoes.

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