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Order Thanksgiving dinner, because not everything in 2020 needs to suck

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, albeit this season feels a lot different than years past. If you have a family larger than 10, you’ll have to brave the cold weather forecast starting this week and have your meal al fresco. If you’re gathering is larger than 25, you’ll be forced to postpone, divide or […]

Pathways on Pleasure Valley: A magical setting with horses, great food and a few life lessons

They say that people and horses often form a special bond. As a boy, Michael Chen–the co-proprietor of Pathways on Pleasure Valley in Uxbridge, ON–had that very same experience. The only difference in his case was that he’d never seen a horse in his life. Chen grew up in an urban neighbourhood in Taiwan. His […]

Introducing our brand new food station – DIY Burrata

If there is one thing we love, it’s creating food stations with that unforgettable wow-factor. Our mission is to have you licking your lips in reminiscence for years to come. To that end, the creative process sometimes means obsessing over the details and overindulging on the practice runs. Hey, what’s a few extra pounds gained […]

Recipe: Valentine’s Day Salmon

In my opinion there is nothing more romantic than a quiet evening at home with that special someone you love and an incredible dinner. The reality is, not everyone perceives themselves to be a decent cook. So, for countless couples Valentine’s day is a holiday best enjoyed at a restaurant or with the help of […]

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A perfect lakeside setting makes for an unforgettable Henley Room wedding

There’s something so inspiring about a wedding with a magical location, a wonderful guest list of family and friends and an absolutely delicious menu. It’s what makes an event extraordinary and what reminds our entire team here at Kiss the Cook Catering why we love doing what we do. That was the case for this […]