With Thanksgiving dinners happening all across Canada this weekend, our minds turn to thoughts of fantastic feasts.
White-walled, breezy and minimalist, État de Choc, on Montreal’s St. Laurent Boulevard, is a “metaphorical adoptive country for everyone who loves chocolate.”
So as you prepare a meal from this year’s harvest – whether of meat, fish, vegetables, grains, or fruit – complement it with an earlier year’s grape harvests.
Chef Andrea Carlson has penned her own cookbook full of poetic recipes inspired by the ocean, the land, and the air. In celebration we are sharing an excerpted recipe for the ultimate winter warming dish.
In Manhattan’s East Village neighbourhood, the Mediterranean newcomer Lamia’s Fish Market conjures the ebb and flow of the sea.
It isn’t a job title the restaurant made up. Nor is it an honour that Tremblay applied for; rather, it’s bestowed by the Junior Council of the Japan Sake Brewers Association on a handful of people—both Japanese and non-Japanese—from around the world each year.
We have called upon two sake experts to create the ultimate guide to help you choose the perfect Japanese rice wine.
The list within features bottles from the best gin producers in Canada’s westernmost province, all thoughtful businesspeople who draw inspiration from natural splendour when crafting fine spirits.
Multi-course tasting menus paired with curated DJ playlists, as well as fashion-themed dinners.