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Montreal Moves Up with Foodchain

No, it’s not just for McGill and UQAM students, but Foodchain, the new veggie-phile cafeteria in the heart of downtown Montreal does have a rather rabid following among the university set. And why not: fuelling those growing brains with nutrient-packed…


My Maitake

If you like exotic mushrooms as much as we do, you probably know the maitake mushroom by its most common name, hen-of-the-woods—or possibly ram’s head or sheep’s head. And if you do not forage them yourself, come fall, you will…

Cooking Issue 2017: Montreal & Toronto Celebrations

It was our very own tale of two cities when  Canada's 100 Best celebrated the launch of our Cooking Issue 2017 with events in Toronto and Montreal.   Editor-in-Chief Jacob Richler and Publisher Geoffrey Dawe hosted food scene devotees in…

Pied De Cochon Tourtière

Pied de Cochon Tourtière is Coming to Town

You know the holiday season is here when it's time to place your Pied de Cochon tourtière order. The  from Montreal's Au Pied de Cochon deserves its best-in-class reputation.  And what could be better on a cold night than a…

Saffron Gnocchetti

This saffron gnochetti is the perfect complement to Rob Gentile's Gnochetti with Crab and Agretti.

The Food Lovers Guide to Wallpaper

Artful and eclectic food inspired wallpaper for food lovers. Wallpaper makes a bold statement no matter where you put it up.  While the kitchen isn't the most conventional location for wallpaper, these eclectic designs are a great fit for everyone's…

Cochinita Pibil Tacos

Cochinita Pibil Tacos

Anyone who has spent time in Mexico's Yucatán peninsula knows the pleasure of tucking into a Cochinita Pibil taco. Myriad versions of the slow-cooked, spice-laden pork dish with orange, achiote, and cumin, cinnamon, and allspice abound throughout the region.  Canada's…

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