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On Location Paris: Etheliya Hananova

Along with her husband, chef Noam Gedalof, Canadian sommelier Etheliya Hananova runs and owns the Michelin-starred restaurant Comice in Paris, France. We chatted with her about what to do around town, the local cuisine and what she misses about home. …

The Wickaninnish Cookbook

There is a bounty of wild food to be foraged or caught in and around Tofino, B.C. Mushrooms grow thick in the surrounding rainforest: porcinis, chanterelles, pine and lobster mushrooms, hedgehogs and blue chanterelles. Along the shoreline, one can find knotweed,…

Cookbooks and Chill

If you’ve ever envied anyone for their cookbook collection, forget about it. For with the upcoming launch of ckbk.com, the tables will soon be turned, and you’ll be flaunting the free space on your bookshelves instead. For a modest subscription…

One to Watch

Keep your eye on Trevor Ritchie as he competes on Team Canada at the Bocuse d’Or 2019 Grand Finale in Lyon, France. Trevor Ritchie has dreamed of winning the Bocuse d’Or ever since he was a teenager living in Waterloo, Ont.…

Apocalypse Now

Seven years after publishing their game-changing The Art of Living According to Joe Beef, Meredith Erickson and the team are back with its iconoclastic sequel – Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypse. In this excerpt David McMillan recalls the high school trip…

Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship 2019

Calling all young Canadian chefs!  The Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship 2019 wants you. Applications for the 8th annual Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship 2019 are officially open. The Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship (HYCS) aims to empower young chefs across the country…

Opposites Attract When You’re Cooking with Chocolate

Unusual pairings are the order of the day when you're cooking with chocolate. That wisdom is well known to gourmet chocolate house Cacao Barry asked Chefs Morgan Bellis (ICONINK, Constantine) and Ben Heaton (Kōst, Estia) to push much-deserving chocolate into…

Michael Tremblay is a Sake Samurai. For Real.

Meet Michael Tremblay, Toronto's very own Sake Samurai. Any sake brewer will tell you that, at least from their rice-and-water-and-nothing-else point of view, the most important of all Shinto shrines is Matsuo Taisha, established in the year 701 on the…

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…

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