Tomatoes seal up the stuffing for Dorie Greenspan’s peppers.
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Here are some of the top stories you might have missed today on the Gazette’s website.Grand parc de l’OuestMontreal mayor Valérie Plante officially announced on Wednesday that her plan to build Canada’s largest urban park is currently underway. Full story here.Orchestre Symphonique de MontréalThe OSM put on a free event on Wednesday night, marking the launch of their Classical Spree, which will see the orchestra perform more than 30 concerts through Aug. 11. Full story here.RefugeesThe United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is being critical of Quebec. One of their representatives is letting it be know that the province is quite capable of accepting more refugees, despite what is being said by François Legault of the Coalition Avenir Québec. Full story here.Montreal RestaurantsNothing beats a fresh local tomato, especially in the hands of these four chefs who are brightening menus around Montreal. Full restaurant reviews here.If you’re looking for a pizzeria with a unique touch toward its dishes and decor, Pointe-St-Charles’ Fugazzi might be for you. Full review here.PetsTwenty-five Montreal pet store owners lost a bid to suspend rules forcing them to sell pets solely from shelters and veterinary clinics. Full story here.