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.
Whether it’s sweet, salty, chewy, crunchy, or savoury, we’ve got you covered with our curated selection of the best Canadian snacks from eight provinces.
The best of Canadian cheeses available for order.
In his latest book, Drinking French, Lebovitz’s focus has turned to libations, or more specifically the apéritifs, liqueurs, wines, spirits, beers, and cocktails of his adopted homeland.
Italy is all about approaching life through food in a beautiful setting. But how to choose?
Janet Zuccarini first wrote headlines with her Trattoria Nervosa, which brought the original kale salad into Toronto’s consciousness.
On the outskirts of Victoria’s Fernwood neighbourhood, local, sustainably-sourced ingredients converge in Marta Café + Pantry.
Move over Chilean sea bass. Canadian walleye is where it’s at!
Jenni Lessard is the first female executive chef at Wanuskewin Heritage Park Authority, a centre just outside of Saskatoon that fosters education and respect for the land based on Indigenous culture, heritage, and arts.