Tag Archives: vegetarian food

July 26

Ottawa’s El Camino: Have you been?

Melanie Bechard is a reporter-turned-communications-professional who wanted to live in Ottawa years before she finally got here in 2007.  She has a dog, a cat, a husband, a garden, an embarrassingly well-organized yarn stash, and a slightly obsessive love of classic movies. She also travels as much as she can. I’m a great lover of […]

Gourmet vegan heaven: a visit to Ottawa’s Zen Kitchen

Hillary Lutes is an inherently cheap vegetarian journalist-in-training at Carleton. She consumes copious amounts of coffee and chocolate to fuel her writing endeavors and public-transit trips across the city. Zen Kitchen on Somerset Street West is nothing short of amazing. Hands down, it has been the best gastronomical experience I have had in this city. We […]

The best cookie in Gatineau? Adrian Larose visits Gaïa

Adrian Larose, a born-and-bred Ottawan, loves to eat and cook and write and explore, sometimes in that order. Escaping life’s grind for the pleasures of the great outdoors located mere minutes away is one reason Ottawa tops his list of places to live. He’s also passionate about environmental issues, and how those issues connect with […]

Tea and brie at The Tea Party

Hillary Lutes is an inherently cheap vegetarian journalist-in-training at Carleton. She consumes copious amounts of coffee and chocolate to fuel her writing endeavours and public-transit trips across the city. Ethiopian food was supposed to be next on the vegetarian bucket list, but Sunday afternoon tea with a visiting friend and roommate was in order. I was […]

Vegetarian Ottawa: Hillary Lutes visits Green Earth

Hillary Lutes is an inherently cheap vegetarian journalist-in-training at Carleton. She consumes copious amounts of coffee and chocolate to fuel her writing endeavors and public-transit trips across the city. On paper, I am the perfect hippie. A vegetarian for nearly five years, I practice hot yoga religiously, ride my bike to campus, and even work […]