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Chef Claudio Aprile

Chef Special: Interview with Claudio Aprile

Claudio Aprile is a visionary chef and restaurateur, currently at the helm of lauded Toronto restaurant, Copetin. He is also a MasterChef Canada Judge. How has social media affected restaurant culture? CA: I’m active on social...
Ned Bell

Chef Special – Interview with Ned Bell

Ned Bell is an esteemed chef and sustainable seafood ambassador, founder of Chefs For Oceans, and the Ocean Wise executive chef based at the Vancouver Aquarium. How has the way you design a menu evolved? NB:...
Truffle Chart

Italy’s Hidden Treasure

You say Truffle, I say Tartufi. How can something so rare, so expensive, so delicious, so wondrous, come from such humble origins? The truffle is a fungus that grows underground, feeds off the water and...
Honey with honey comb

Taste of Honey

Cleopatra laid back on her divan after a luxurious milk and honey bath, sipped her honey tea and contemplated the mysteries of nature. The birds. The bees. How honey could make her skin feel...
Parmigiano Reggiano

Parmigiano-Reggiano: From Cow to Table

Ask an Italian where his second favourite place to eat would be, and he’ll tell you, “In Italy, it’s Emilia-Romagna.” First, of course, would be at his mama’s house. So, it was decided. I...
Scene from Monty Python's Meaning of Life

Bon Appetweet?

I’m at a restaurant. Around the table no one speaks. Guests are tilted toward their smart phones diligently tweeting variations of, “I’m here.” Next to me a food photographer positions the entrée for his...
Auroa Borealis, Red Lake, Woodland Caribou Provincial Park

Red Lake: Northern Exposure

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when...
Antigua Sailing

Chasing Happiness in Antigua

I arrive on a Sunday and head over to Shirley Heights Lookout on English Harbour to watch the sunset. The sounds of a steel-drum band are mesmerizing and suddenly I’m swaying to the music....
Hair

Feed Your Hair

What you feed your body also feeds each of the 150,000 hair follicles on your head. Try these 8 top foods for healthy hair that tells everyone you're as young as you feel --...
Adam Waxman with President Jimmy Carter

Working For Peanuts

When in Georgia, do as the Georgians: grab a cold bottle of Coke and pour in a handful of salted, roasted peanuts! The simple peanut is actually quite complex. We add it to salads, entrées...
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