Media – 2014
Rogers Channel 105 – October 1, 2014. Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Official Report of Debates. (Hansard) Minister of Tourism Culture and Sport on the Toronto Garlic Festival (excerpt from transcript)
CP24 Breakfast Television – September 21, 2014 (8:20 AM). Features Toronto Garlic Festival partners Ted English (The Chocolateria), Chef Anne Sorrenti, and the Ontario Science Centre.
CHIN TV/CITY TV – The Johnny Lombardi Show. September 21, 2014 (11:00 AM). Festival chef Giacomo Pasquini demonstrates Home Made Garlic Ciabatta Bruschettone, with a traditional Porchetta with “agliata”( garlic confit and Parsley).
Saturdays with Ted Woloshyn – September 20, 2014. Ted talks with festival founder Peter McClusky and Chef Ron Raymer
AM 530 Multicultural Radio. September 20, 2014. Ted Waloshyn interviews Toronto Garlic Festival vendor and farmer Alana Kramarchuk
CBC Here and Now – September 19, 2014. Toronto Garlic Festival founder Peter McClusky talks about Ontario garlic.
SIRIUS XM – Ward & Al. September 17, 2014. Al and Arthur (filling in for Al) talk with festival founder Peter McClusky about Ontario garlic
The Pay Chen Show, Newstalk 1010 – September 7, 2014. Festival founder Peter McClusky talks about the Toronto Garlic Festival and his 2015 book, Ontario Garlic: The Story from Farm to Festival.
Toronto Star – September 25, 2014. Toronto Star Teacher of the Year: Keith Hoare, Thistletown Collegiate: Using many ingredients to inspire his pupils
Russian Express – September 19, 2014. Как провести выходные
Post City Toronto – September 18, 2014. Weekend Warrior: Yogapalooza, Word on the Street, Toronto Garlic Festival, Manifesto
The Toronto Star – September 18, 2014. Celebrate Ontario Garlic at Weekend Festival
Toronto Sun – September 18, 2014. Garlic Takes Centre Stage at Annual Festival
The Toronto Star – September 17, 2014. Make every day a garlic festival: Fed
Inside Toronto – September 11, 2014. pg 3. It was either tulips or garlic for festival founder.
The City Centre Mirror – September 11, 2014. Toronto Garlic Festival Set for Sept 21
el Popular – September 10, 2014. Festival del ajo y otros cultivos llega a Toronto.
Korean Times – September 5, 2014. 토론토 마늘축제 21일
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Brantford Expositor – September 4, 2014. Gatepost Notes.
Owen Sound Sun Times – September 2, 2014. Toronto Garlic Festival Gets a Taste of Bruce County
Monsoon Journal – September 2014. The Taste of Home: Garlic, and Other Great Ontario Crops. pg 44
Diggin The Dirt – October 8, 2014. Toronto’s Garlic Festival
Get Out – October 8, 2014. Taking It Raw At The Toronto Garlic Festival
eve Woman’s World – October 1, 2014. The immense medicinal value of garlic
CanCulture – September 28, 2014. I put that stuff on everything! – Toronto’s Garlic Festival 2014
Fables and Focacciao – September 22, 2014. A Bulbous Bash: The Toronto Garlic Festival
Vegiterra – September 22, 2014. Vegiterra at Toronto Garlic Festival
Mom Who Runs – September 22, 2014. The Toronto Garlic Festival is Garlicky Good
Dan Schaumann – September 21, 2014. Garliced out at the Toronto Garlic Festival
Ciao Down with Mama Theresa – September 20, 2014. Toronto Garlic Festival 2014
NOW Toronto – September 19, 2014. https://nowtoronto.com/search/event/all/
Blog TO – September 19, 2014. Toronto Food Events: Food Truck Fest, Garlic Fest, Madcap Pickle Championship, The Pig & The Pasta
CBC News – September 19, 2014. What’s on in Toronto this weekend
Grey-Bruce This Week – September 2, 2014. Toronto Garlic Festival gets a Taste of Bruce County
Good Food Revolution – August 15, 2014. Fresh Garlic
Montreal Gazette – May 22, 2014. Food chat recap: Glorious Garlic. Special guest Peter McClusky
Greenbelt Fresh – April 11, 2014. An Interview with Peter McClusky on Tracing Garlic’s Ontario Roots
Food Link Grey Bruce – August 20, 2014. http://www.goodfoodrevolution.com/fresh-garlic-ontario/
No Such Thing As Too Much Garlic-Sept4-2014
Garlic Map -August11-2014
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