FROM THE ARCHIVE: To preserve, to enhance, to welcome. Salt does it all. Side by side comparisons emphasize differences. Fleur de sel sparkles like a dish of diamond chips. Sel gris is moist and looks a bit grubby.
Across Canada, there are great breweries crafting hearty ales, and sausage-makers producing rich and interesting links to accompany them, and it seems Albertans are leading the charge.
Whether you’re enjoying the occasional (and cautious!) meal out, or planning for post-COVID date nights, these new eateries should definitely be on your radar.
Who knew that simply gathering, reminiscing, and connecting over a memorable meal would be a nostalgic luxury of the past?
Step into the Pan-Am Lounge at Toronto’s new MARKED restaurant on John Street and get transported to a modern version of the quintessential 1950s Pan American airport lounge/bar.
The Coral Room, located in the Bloomsbury, one of the Doyle Collection properties, is far from just another hotel bar.
As we finish off summer and head into fall, check out what’s ready to harvest and spend an afternoon picking berries at a nearby U-pick.
Years ago, the co-owner of Le Marché St. George (which turns 10 this year) became spellbound by an ancient winemaking process from the Caucasus region of Georgia, and he has since wanted to ferment grapes in the same fashion.
Chef Fisun Ercan’s new farm-to-table restaurant, Bika, is “obviously with Turkish cuisine touches, but I cook with my senses, not with recipes.”