Archive: Camping And Canoeing, Outdoor Cooking

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Ontario has some of the most beautiful lakes and rivers in the world and what better way to experience all that this province has to offer than from the back of a canoe? Kevin Callan is the leading author of books on canoeing including A Paddler's Guide to Ontario and The Rivers of Ontario and Quebec. Kevin will take us on some of the province's best canoe trips, with suggested routes for all skill levels. Tom Purdy is a natural heritage and resource specialist as well as an expert on camping. And finally, after the tent is set up and the fire started, what are you going to cook for dinner? Take a lesson from our grill expert. Ted Reader is the host of his own television show "King of the Q", a show devoted entirely to his barbecue grilling skills where he demonstrates his flair for making cooking easy and entertaining. He is the author of several cookbooks including Sticks and Stones: The Art of Grilling on Plank, Vine and Stone, which was awarded the Silver Medal in the Cuisine Canada 2000 Cookbook Awards. So fire up the grill and tune in! The show contains a Studio 2 segment "Canoe Museum".
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May 31, 2003
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