Late-winter farmers’ market tour
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A decade ago, chef Destiny Moser wanted to learn more about food and cooking, so she walked into the upstairs kitchener at the Kitchener Market for her first cooking class.
Now she’s a chef with formal culinary training and two food-based businesses: FoodZen and Cedar Spoon Indigenous Catering. And she still finds inspiration when visiting the downtown market’s wide range of food vendors year-round.
“We have a number of farmers’ markets in the region, but the Kitchener Market is unique and just has great atmosphere,” said Moser.
While spring has only just sprung and will need several more months before it yields the season’s first produce, Moser notes that there are still many local crops that are in season that can provide inspiration for nutritious and delicious meals.
If you don’t have an idea in mind, she says the market will inspire you, just like it inspired her 10 years ago.
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