With Thanksgiving dinners happening all across Canada this weekend, our minds turn to thoughts of fantastic feasts.
René Redzepi’s much-anticipated new project in Copenhagen is a force to be reckoned with.
Charred octopus with heart of palm, arugula salsa verde, and cranberry relish makes a next-level special-occasion meal.
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.
FROM THE ARCHIVE:With her stories, Fisher led me to the kitchen to bake, cook, console, feed, feast, and connect back to who I was, which diffused my confusion and helped me understand what was truly important to me: inspiration and happiness.
Here, family-owned cafes serve fresh fish to tables overlooking the sea, bakers craft delicately flakey pastries with the local salted butter, and huge farmers’ markets overflow with fresh vegetables and herbs.
Elizabeth Kao, the blogger behind Self Taught Gourmet, has her finger on the pulse of Taiwan’s culinary scene.
Lidia Bastianich, the 69-year-old chef and cookbook author turned culinary celebrity, has played an inimitable role in introducing to the North American palate regional, northern Italian, and Istrian fare.
What could be more irresistibly high-low than a plated cheeseburger on a white marble table, promising to drip rich rivulets of liquid foie gras down your fingers and chin as your take your first decadent bite?