This year chocolatiers and pastry chefs in Canada have a whole new flavour variation and gorgeous colour to craft in, with the introduction of RB1 couverture—or “the fourth kind of chocolate”—ruby.
It’s been a great year for food and drink at NUVO. This highlight reel shows off some of the best of the best when it comes to spirits, fine dining, and desserts.
White-walled, breezy and minimalist, État de Choc, on Montreal’s St. Laurent Boulevard, is a “metaphorical adoptive country for everyone who loves chocolate.”
“Good things come in threes” goes the old adage. So what do you get when you add a crunchy, chewy base to an unctuous middle and top it all off with a crisp chocolate coating? Do the math and you find a Nanaimo bar in your hand.
The stories behind the independent makers of Canada’s most beloved snacks.
A photographic guide to Canada’s most gourmet and inventive Easter treats.
Toronto’s new Kit Kat Chocolatory pop-up is a very fun place to take a break.
Easter means many things—a religious occasion, the arrival of spring, a long weekend, and of course, a reason to seek out high quality, exquisitely crafted chocolate.
England’s Cadbury deserves the credit for inventing the world’s first heart-shaped box of chocolates, but it was Ganong’s red felt hearts that Canadian lovebirds first exchanged in the interwar years, and what’s that if not a sweet memory?