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McKiernan Luncheonette

Montreal's McKiernan Luncheonette is an excellent example of culinary symbiosis at it's finest. Take one vast commercial loft building in a very recently desolate stretch of west-end Montreal by the Lachine Canal, freshly packed with businesses and some 6,000 employees with…

Highly Anticipated

The legalization of cannabis in Canada has foodies anticipating the day they’ll be able to walk into a restaurant and request the pot menu, call over the weed-and-wine sommelier and enjoy a euphoric meal of THC-boosted dishes crafted by a seasoned…

Benjamin Oddo’s Caramels

THESE CARAMELS ARE SO EASY TO MAKE, and they’re always a hit with my family at the holidays, when I like adding them to our family’s sweets and desserts platters. They also make wonderful party favours and gifts for friends,…

Chocolate in Canada: Jeroen Van Helvoirt

Jeroen Van Helvoirt is a talented European pastry chef who brings his international sensibilities to Toronto's pastry scene. As a Dutch pastry chef, Jeroen competed on the international level representing the Netherlands who has worked in and with leading patisseries in…

Chocolate in Canada: Greg Hook

On the hunt for Canada's best chocolates?  And where to find them in Paris too?  Vancouver chocolatier Greg Hook's your man! Greg Hook is the owner/head chocolatier at  Vancouver's Chocolate Arts.  He studied cooking in London, England, and chocolate at Belgium's…

Éric Champagne

Chocolate is Hot in Canada: Éric Champagne

Is there a more noble weekend quest than finding the best chocolatiers in your city?  If you’re passionate about chocolate (and who isn't?) we think you'll enjoy our series on three cutting-edge chefs in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver who are masters of…

Bar Clementine

Canada’s Best Bars: No. 9 Bar Clementine

“I cannot say enough good things about Bar Clementine. The pro bartenders use a wide array of absinthe that will make you want to stay until closing!” — AIMEE NORMORE, FRONT-OF-HOUSE MANAGER, PATOIS Inspired by the romantic, early-20th-century French Art…

Ontario Pork

According to Hamilton butcher Jamie Waldron, you shouldn't give up the grill just because the weather is cooler.  To prove it,  he's got three simple ideas to help you get the best out of Ontario pork no matter what the…

COOKING ISSUE 2018

Cooking Issue 2018: Montreal & Toronto Events

Canada's 100 Best celebrated the launch of our 2018 Cooking Issue with parties in Toronto and Montreal.   Editor-in-Chief Jacob Richler and Publisher Geoffrey Dawe hosted the movers and shakers of the Canadian  food scene at Montreal's  SubZero, Wolf and…

Luciano Monosilio’s Perfect Carbonara

If you make Luciano Monosillo's  recipe you'll understand why he's nicknamed the King of Carbonara. His signature dish combines silky spaghetti with a perfectly creamy (when done right) egg yolk sauce featuring guanciale, DOP Parmigiano and pecorino with generous amounts of black pepper.…

Cookie Social

Not Your Mother’s Cookie Social

Toronto's Roselle Desserts has put together the Cookie Social of your dreams - and for a good cause too. On Monday, November 26   The Artisan Factory will host a charity cookie social that brings together 19 of Toronto's top…

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