Kevin Sachs

Kevin Sachs
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Kevin Sachs was born and raised in Zurich, Switzerland. As a former broadcast journalist for SRF, his previous works were featured in Haaretz, Le Matin, Tagesanzeiger, Süddeutsche Zeitung and AWE Magazine. With his passion for all things food and travel, it was only a matter of time until he ended up at DINE Magazine.

Traditional Andalucian Gazpacho Recipe

Do you want an easy, refreshing and fast recipe for your summer? There is no better recipe than Andalucian Gazpacho. Gazpacho is the quintessential seasonal summer soup because all of the ingredients are at perfection this time of year. Plus, the soup is traditionally made with completely raw ingredients, so...

New Anthony Bourdain Book Remembers the Man, the Myth, the Legend

It's almost inconceivable that almost a year has gone by since the world lost chef, TV host, renaissance man, and all around good guy Anthony Bourdain. The then 61-year-old was found dead in an Alsacian hotel room while filming an episode for CNN's Parts Unknown in the area. In...

IKEA Is Introducing Plant-Based Swedish Meatballs Later This Year

Whenever I shop at IKEA, the Swedish furniture and home product giant, I face the same eternal dilemma. It is not which bookshelf, bedside table or pasta strainer to buy, but rather if I should eat at the snack bar or in the cafeteria/restaurant. On the one hand, the hot...

How Jamie Oliver’s Empire Crumbled

He fought until the bitter end. Last week the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group – which is comprised of 23 Jamie’s Italian venues and London’s Fifteen and Barbecoa – went into administration. Asked for comment, the superstar chef said that he was "very sad." Sadness is likely an understatement when...

Grilling Season: Easy Backyard Ribs

For me, there aren't many foods I enjoy more than a slab of barbecue ribs. Almost fall-off-the-bone texture, smoky flavour and a good helping of barbecue sauce. But, making great barbecue ribs is difficult. You need a smoker, the right wood, but more than anything, a lot of time...

How Much Coffee Is Actually Effective?

For most of us, having a cup of coffee in the morning, during the day or every other hour is as much part of work-life as getting up on time, commuting and cursing out your superiors behind their backs. We then often justify the constant caffeine intake with arguments...

Grilling Season: How to Get Ready

Spring is finally here to stay. Winter coats are at the dry cleaner, here in Toronto the Sakura trees are in full bloom, and it is time for grilling season. In our new Friday series, we'll talk grilling all season long, hoping to give you some neat tips and...

Online Reviews Determine Restaurant Choice in Canada

Finding the right restaurant for a date night or dinner with friends closely resembles trying to find something to watch on Netflix. Mindless scrolling, mitigated by endless discussions once a suggestion is raised. How do you decide? Is it the location, reputation, or recommendation? A Canadian study by Little...

Daytime Emmys 2019: The Food TV Winners

Just last week, we've told you what Food TV is available for streaming right now. Now, we're already back, with a mini-episode of our Feast Your Eyes series. While Game of Thrones, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Veep or the Good Place have to wait until September to vie for...

The Modern Rose: A Box of Flowers for Mother’s Day

Every year many of us go through the same stressful first week of May. Outside of North America, May 1st is Labour Day, where everybody gets the day off. That leads into a short week; you don't pay attention and then suddenly Mother's Day is only a couple of...