Where did the year go? Time flies when you've got a lot on the go... and there's still two more months left of 2022! 
Matty Matheson and family standing in front of tall restaurant sign reading Rizzo's House of Parm
Named after Matty and Trish's first daughter, Rizzo, the House of Parm is a love story to their Italian family. Serving some Italian faves; bolognese, Italian wedding soup, chicken cacciatore straight from Trish's mom's recipe book, there's something for everyone. 
Located in Crystal Beach, Rizzo's House of Parm is open Wednesdays to Sundays from 5PM to 9:30PM. Reserve your table here
The Matheson Cookware line continues to grow and our latest product rounds out our home goods. 
Table layout with Matheson Cookware Batik Tablecloth laid out with Batik placemat and napkins. The Matheson Cookware Pepper Mill and Salt Cellar accent the tablescape along with the Matheson Cookware Cutting Board.
The Matheson Batik Table Linens are made from hand-dyed sheets of natural cotton. Batik is a fabric-making and dying process that is unique to the artisans of Indonesia, where this practice originates. We partnered with an ethical vendor in central Java and the results are an extraordinary blend of modern design and traditional techniques. The Batik Table Linens collection includes table cloth, placemats, and napkins. 
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Rosa Rugosa recently launched two new items.
Close-up shot of the Rosa Rugosa Close Apron in Natural, with model Lo mending a shoe.
THE CLOSE APRON: All of the classic Rosa Rugosa features, in an apron. Double chest pocket and three pen slots. Available in two strap lengths, for the big dogs.
THE LAKESHORE BUCKET HAT: Six-panel, custom designed bucket hat, made from unused scrap fabric from our core collection garments. Available in four colours, in two sizes.
The colder months are well on their way. Keenan takes us through Blue Goose Farm while sharing tips and tricks on prolonging your season and getting the farm ready for the winter. 
Keep up with Matty in the kitchen, every other Sunday on Cookin' Somethin'