Many distillers take advantage Canada’s the berries, grasses, and roots in their distillation process (especially gins) but few have the courage to take one uniquely Canadian ingredient and make it the star of its own liqueur.
One of the big shifts in wine during the past two decades has been the rise in quality and popularity of sparkling wines. No doubt there’s a connection.
Vancouver’s high-end Five Sails Restaurant shares their secret recipe for a delicious Cheese Souffle at home.
Corks, screw caps, and other ways of sealing bottles are referred to as closures in the wine business. But there’s no closure to the debate over the best way to seal a bottle of wine.
Hot weather calls for cold coffee.
A nostalgic sweet reminiscent of hot summer days and sticky fingers, the ice cream sandwich is more than just a convenience store snack.
Already an established neighborhood favourite in Calgary’s community of Marda Loop, Annabelle’s Kitchen perfectly embodies a modern take on traditional, family-centred Italian cuisine.
Although wines labelled pinot grigio and pinot gris are made from the same grape variety, the names generally refer to two different styles of wine.
Finding, collecting, and consuming wild edibles can seem overwhelming at first—it’s just all so green! Basic education is key, whether it comes from books, workshops, or walks in the field with a pro.