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Ontario-based Loblaw is presenting intense competition by going after a multitude of market segments with its own stores. Loblaw also owns Shoppers Drug Mart, which has been redesigning its stores to sell more groceries at fairly high prices.

Louie Co. Louie was getting out of the wholesale business, choosing instead to be supplied by Overwaitea, which is a Jim Pattison Group company. Adding a new wrinkle to the grocery wars has been the admission by Loblaw that it was involved in an elaborate scheme to fix the price of packaged bread. Loblaw has purported that some of its unnamed competitors were also manipulating the bread market. Fruiticana founder Tony Singh has emerged as an important player in B. Fruiticana wins over new Canadians One of the more intriguing success stories in recent years has been Fruiticana.

It targets a largely South Asian market but also attracts customers from other ethnic backgrounds. For proof, simply pay a visit to its Fraser Street location. Founded by Tony Singh, Fruiticana replicates the experience of grocery shopping in India with brands that tug at the heart strings of new Canadians while offering some of the lowest produce prices in the region.

Keep the legs. Using your fingers, remove any remaining guts and the clear cartilage from inside the calamari. Discard then rinse the calamari tube. For this dish try to keep the skin on the calamari. Place the olive oil in a large pan over medium low heat and add the garlic cloves.

When the oil is quite warm but not hot place the calamari, including the legs, into the pan and cover with a lid. Cook for about 5 minutes. Remove the cover and turn the calamari. Cover once again and continue cooking for another 5 minutes. Remove the lid, season with salt, stir, and then re-cover and continue cooking another 5 minutes. Add the Parmesan and bacon lardons then remove from the heat.

Season with sea salt and black pepper then fold through the chives. Meanwhile, heat a little olive oil in a large, non-stick frying pan over high heat. Season the scallops with sea salt and black pepper then in batches, quickly sear in the hot pan on both sides until opaque—they should only take about seconds each side.

Remove the pan from the heat and add a knob of butter. Set aside for 20 seconds to rest, spooning the butter over the scallops. To serve, use a fork to twirl some potato into the centre of serving bowls and spoon a little of the cream sauce over the top. Scatter over the bacon then arrange four scallops around the plate. Finish with a grind of black pepper.

Sweat the bacon trimmings in a non-stick frying pan over medium heat to render down the fat. Add the shallots, garlic and thyme and continue to cook until the shallots are tender and the mixture starts to stick to the base of the pan.

Deglaze the pan with the white wine, stirring well, then add the cream. Bring to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer until reduced by half. Remove from the heat and allow to cool. Strain the cream sauce through a fine sieve, discarding the aromatics. Refrigerate in a sealed container until required. Remove from the heat and set aside. Immediately plunge the potato into chilled water to prevent it from browning. Bring a large pot of salted water to the boil and blanch the potato for exactly one minute then refresh in iced water.

Drain as soon as the potato has chilled, then set aside. Reheat the cream sauce gently over low heat. Pan fry sunflower seeds along with the 1 tbs extra virgin olive oil until crisp and toasted, season lightly with salt and drain on kitchen paper. Place zucchini in a large bowl with prepared treviso, red onion, currants, chervil, parsley, sunflower seeds and pecorino. Whisk together lemon juice, garlic and extra virgin olive oil, add to salad and toss to combine.

Divide amongst serving bowls. Using a plain nozzle, pipe peanut butter mousse onto underside of Oreo cookies.

Smear some salted caramel ganache slightly off centre across starter plates. Top with a quenelle or scoop of raspberry sorbet. Run the machine for minutes. Meanwhile whisk cream until medium peaks are formed. Fold through whipped cream, then prepared praline. Lightly spray 8cm round tart pans or rings. Spoon mixture into prepared tins and freeze overnight or until set. Once completely set and just prior to serving, run a small spatula under hot water, then run spatula around rim of semifreddo and gently turn out.

Add additional simple syrup if required. Pass the coulis through a medium grade chinois, then add coco syrup to brighten up and flavour the coulis.

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Peanut Butter Mousse Yields g 65g soft peanut butter 35g egg whites 10g caster sugar 65ml thickened cream, whipped Whisk egg whites in a clean stainless steel bowl adding sugar slowly until egg whites form medium peaks, gradually add to peanut butter and fold through until aerated and light.

Whisk the cream until stiff then fold through egg white and peanut mixture till well combined. Store in an airtight container in the fridge. Salted Caramel Ganache Beat butter until smooth and creamy. Add salt and beat for 20 seconds. Add sugar and beat for 2 minutes. Sift in flour, cocoa and baking powder and beat until just forming a dough be careful not to overwork. Remove from bowl and bring together with clean hands.

Divide pastry into g balls and wrap in cling film. Refrigerate until dough has firmed up slightly then roll out until 3mm thick. Bring to the boil and cook until the sugar mixture turns into an amber caramel.

Stop caramel by adding all the cream and whisk briskly. Pour this mixture directly into a large bowl on top of the white chocolate.

Let sit for a minute then whisk until chocolate is melted and mixtures are smooth and combined. Finally whisk in butter and add salt to taste. Raspberry Sorbet Yields 1L In the bowl of the benchtop mixer cream butter and sugar using the paddle attachment in a bowl, add vanilla, then add half the flour and pulse to combine. Add in remaining flour and pulse to just combine.

Remove from bowl and work by hand. Wrap tightly in cling wrap and rest for 1 hour in fridge. Remove from heat and chill completely. Refrigerate rolled pastry for 5 minutes to firm up slightly.

Cut with a 9cm fluted pastry cutter. Bake for minutes until light golden and cooked through. Cocoa Nib Coulis Yields g g simple syrup g cocoa nibs g cocoa syrup Combine simple syrup and cocoa nibs in a heavy-based, non-reactive pot. Bring to gentle boil and cook for minutes, until the syrup is cloudy and slightly thickened. Add the tomatoes to a bowl with the shiso leaves and red onion and season lightly with salt.

Whisk all ingredients of the dressing to combine and toss through salad. Taste for seasoning. Arrange the tofu on the bottom of a bowl and spoon the dressed tomatoes on top. To finish, sprinkle the fried shallots and baby shiso shoots over the salad. Microplane the zest, garlic and ginger into the spice mix, then add the olive oil, pomegranate molasses and lemon juice. Score the fat side of the lamb shoulder, opening the flesh to receive the spice, season with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper and massage the spice mixture into the meat for a few minutes and marinate for 12 hours.

Remove from the oven and let it rest in its own liquid for approximately 30 minutes. Take the lamb out of the tray and strain off the liquid retaining the pan juices for further use. Pull the meat off the bone, keeping the meat in large pieces wherever possible and removing any large pieces of fat, refrigerate. To make the lamb jus, roughly dice the vegetables and place in a large pot with a little vegetable oil and cook over a medium heat until tender and lightly coloured.

Add the red wine and port and reduce until the liquid is almost gone then add the reserved pan juices and simmer for 30 minutes. Strain through a fine mesh conical sieve and refrigerate. To make the crisp brik pastry, place one layer of brik pastry on a flat baking tray and brush it with clarified butter, place another piece of brik on top and repeat three times, finishing the last layer with clarified butter.

Place another flat tray over the top and bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven and set aside.

For the vine leaves, remove the vine leaves from their brine and soak in cold water for 5 minutes to remove excess salt. Lay out flat onto absorbent paper placing another layer of paper over the top and press down firmly to remove excess water. Then remove the top layer of paper and brush the vine leaves with olive oil, repeat for the other side. Place onto a flat baking tray then place another tray over the top, bake for 10 minutes or until the leaves are dry and crisp.

To serve place the lamb meat in a medium sized pot with the lamb jus, 2 tbs pomegranate molasses and a pinch of sea salt.

Bring the liquid to a rapid boil and place in a hot oven for 5 minutes until the liquid reduces slightly and the lamb begins to caramelise.

Place two dollops of labneh into a bowl, then place the lamb meat in the centre of the two pieces of labneh, pour the sauce over the top of the lamb, sprinkle with pomegranate seeds and pistachio. Finally break the brik pastry over the top and scatter with vine leaves. To make the labneh, line a bowl shaped colander with two layers of cheese cloth making a large cross with the cloth, pour the yoghurt into the centre of the top layer of cheese cloth.

Pull both ends of the cloth up and over the yoghurt and repeat with the other layer. Tie the ends of the cloth to a small wooden spoon or dowel and twist. Hang over a large bowl in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning discard the liquid in the bowl and reserve the labneh.

To serve, place the lamb in a medium sized pot and heat it dry over a high heat until it starts to sizzle, then add the lamb jus, 2 tbs pomegranate molasses and a pinch of salt. Bring the liquid to a rapid boil and place in a hot over for 5 minutes until the liquid is slightly thickened and the lamb has caramelised on the edges. Wrap the tuna in cling film and put in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Remove the fish from the cling film and lightly pat dry with absorbent paper being careful not to remove too much of the cure.

Wrap in cling film again and set aside in the fridge until ready for serving. For the almond cream, place the flaked almonds, cream, garlic, shallots, olive oil, salt and pepper in a pot and bring quickly to the boil. Remove from heat and allow to cool before pureeing to a smooth sauce.

Roast the raw almonds in a little oil and salt in a hot oven until toasted. Cool and then chop by hand or in a mortar and pestle. To serve, arrange some sauce on a serving platter, slice fine slices of tuna and place on top. Garnish with the leaves, chopped nuts, a little extra salt and pepper and some olive oil. Grill chicken until the juices run clear and the meat falls away easily from the bone. For the chow-chow combine all ingredients and allow to marinate for 2 hours before serving.

Check seasoning. Serve with chow-chow placed on top, garnish with chiffonnade parsley. Vietnamese Steak Tartare Mark Sherwood Serves 4 g piece of grain-fed beef tenderloin 1 stalk of lemongrass white part only , very finely sliced 1 bunch of chives, finely chopped 3 leaves Sawtooth coriander, roughly chopped Approx 25 leaves coriander, roughly chopped Approx 15 leaves Round-leaf mint, roughly chopped Approx 15 leaves Vietnamese mint, roughly chopped 4 free range egg yolks 4 tbs crispy deep fried shallots Prawn crackers to serve Dressing ml fish sauce 40g caster sugar 40ml lime juice 55ml white vinegar 15ml chilli oil 50ml grapeseed oil 1 tbs ot tuong Vietnamese pickled and minced chilli For dressing, whisk all ingredients together in a bowl until sugar is dissolved.

For beef, remove all visible sinew, then with a sharp knife, cut into very small pieces approximately 4mm. In a bowl, combine chopped beef, lemon grass, herbs, chives and 8 tbs of the dressing. Using a spoon, combine everything with hands until ingredients are very well incorporated.

Divide the mixture onto 4 plates. Place an egg yolk on top of each and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of fried shallots. Serve immediately with deep fried prawn crackers. They are available from most hardware stores. The curd and paint recipes are difficult to produce in small quantities. To make the wattle custard, bring to boil the cream, milk, caster sugar and wattle seed.

Remove from heat and add the gelatine leaves. Allow to cool to room temperate before placing into a concaved serving dish. Allow ml for each serve. Place into fridge on a flat surface. Allow 3 hours to set.

For the vanilla curd, combine milk, sugar, vanilla seeds and agar in a small saucepan on a medium heat. Whisking continuously, bring to boil. Transfer liquid into a small plastic container. Place in fridge and allow 3 hours to set. Once set, remove from container and dice into small squares. Liquidise cubes in a blender until you have a smooth puree. Put contents into a small squeeze bottle and set aside.

Make the chocolate paint by melting the chocolate on a double boiler and then setting it aside. In another bowl melt the cocoa butter; combine both the chocolate and the cocoa butter with a spatula until emulsified. Place into the spray gun paint pot and allow to cool. To plate the dish, remove from fridge the wattle custard, spray the chocolate paint across the plate until covered with a generous layer.

Make small dots using the vanilla curd across the plate. Toss a few more times. Divide the pasta into six bowls and top with the remainder of the cheese. Garnish with the chopped flat leaf parsley. Allow to cool then strain. The confit garlic can be kept for another use.

The oil keeps refrigerated for months. Blanch the cauliflower in salted water at a rolling boil until just tender about 3 minutes. Then refresh in iced water this can be done up to a day ahead of time. Add the dried pasta and cook to al dente. Remove the pasta and rinse in cold water to stop the cooking. Reserve ml of the pasta water. Cook this over medium heat until the garlic starts to sizzle. Add the pasta to the pan, toss a few times.

Add the pasta water and a little sea salt to taste.

Fry the cauliflower in batches until golden brown and drain well. Mix the ras el hanout and tahini sauce into the garlic oil and smoked almonds then toss with the fried cauliflower. Adjust the seasoning with salt or lemon juice then serve topped generously with pomegranate seeds. Place in water bath for hours, changing water every 6 hours. Pat dry.

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Combine sumac, honey, lemon juice, zest and olive oil. Pour over salt cod and refrigerate until needed. Toast over medium low flame for minutes until fragrant. Cool then grind to a fine powder.

Place 2 tsp cumin salt into a bowl with remaining ingredients. Place beetroot into tight fitting baking dish. Allow to cool, peel and cut each beetroot into wedges. Dress with some of the roast cumin vinaigrette.Therefore, the para-xylene selectivity will increase. Finely dice the brown onion and sweat over low heat until it cooks through, season, then cool down.

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Remove from oven and set aside. The Government of Canada is phasing out the penny.

Add to the beetroot with the chopped mint. Scatter the weeds in a visually pleasing fashion.

Our heritage of farming in this area dates back over 100 years.

To make the cauliflower cous cous place half of the raw cauliflower in a blender and pulse until crumbled. Allow to cool, peel and cut each beetroot into wedges.

Wrap in cling film again and set aside in the fridge until ready for serving. Maybe this really is the grocery business of the future.

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