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The Trilogy: Vodka. Caviar. Bread.

Let's give credit where credit is due. Raise a glass and make a toast to Poland and its gift to the world. With vodka, of course. Na zdrowie! Vodka has taken a circuitous route around...

Asian Fusion

The perfect pairings of wine with Chinese cuisine Hotelier and inspired gourmet Henry Wu (the brain behind Senses, Lai Wah Heen/Lai Toh Heen in Toronto and Vancouver's Diva at the Met) and his team of...

The Toronto Style

Let's talk about money. In Toronto, the capital of finance and culture, it is an unspoken rule that what you earn - and, more importantly, what you spend - will get you the best...

The 1763 Martini

The 1763 martini began with the marriage of gin and wine. With the huge improvements in both gin and wine production, not to mention the delicacies Bombay Sapphire has to offer, or the fact...

Where To DINE Now: Il Mulino

Il Mulino always succeeded in providing casual neighbourliness as well as its natural sophistication. Managed with loving care and professionalism from the kitchen to the wine cellar to the service, no one element of...

Thinking Outside the Box (of KD)

They say the classic macaroni and cheese was introduced to America in 1802 by Thomas Jefferson upon returning to Virginia from a trip to Italy. In 1937 the Kraft Company put it in a...

18 Trophies for Argentinean Wines

The Argentina Wine Awards (AWA), one of the great annual events for the country’s wine industry, was held in Mendoza for the fourth consecutive year. During two days of closed-door tasting sessions, 12 Masters...

Japan Through Food

If we are what we eat, we should be able to extrapolate a lot about a culture from its cuisine. Such is the idea behind Asian Foodprints 2010, the international conference focusing on Japanese...

Mission Hill – Five Vineyards

If ever you find yourself in the Okanagan Valley, consider your experience incomplete without a visit to Mission Hill. Architecturally magnificent, it overlooks Lake Okanagan’s majestic landscape. Their terrace restaurant offers panoramic views, while...

Oysters and Wine

How do you pair wine and oysters? According to World Oyster Opening Champion, Patrick McMurry of Starfish Oyster Bed and Grill, “it all depends on your personal preference”. There are so many different varieties of...
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