The filmmakers on the experience, their equipment and their next food film.
Joseph Richard Group gives back to Covenant House Vancouver
Some weekly bites for November 2017
Cognac and tonic make a great couple in this cocktail
National Geographic is about to launch a brand new 164-page glossy magazine dedicated entirely to food
Updated Polish classics that will become your go-to comfort food
Chef Alexandra Feswick moves to Prince Edward County
New restaurants, new gin and plenty more to discover this week
A better hot chocolate mix by Montreal-based Cacao 70 hits the market
Winnipeg chef Mandel Hitzer plans new winter pop-up series in rural Manitoba
A weekly food cost of an average sized Canadian family, Canadian Culinary Institute reopens after a $7.5 million renovation, and chef Michael Smith’s Taste of Niagara event in last week’s food news
Whistler's 21st annual food and wine festival is happening November 9 to19
Toronto hospitality group King Street Food Company has been steadily adding food businesses to the family since 2006, with some award-winning concepts under their...
Meet Canada's newest and most unique small-batch gin
A quick summery of topical Canadin culinary happenings for November 2017
A 119 year old Chinese food menu, koji use is taking over Canadian restaurants, and the winners of this years Taste Canada Awards in last week’s food news.
On November 9th, Whistler's famed food and wine festival, Cornucopia, kicks off its 21st year. Over the ten days, there is no shortage of fantastic...
New seasonal beer packs from Village Brewery partner with local artists
The MasterChef Canada alumni on her new show and cookbook
Banff's Park Distillery brings new pre-mixed cocktails to retail market
A Canadian twist on an Italian classic by Nathan Newman of The Derrick Gin Mill and Kitchen
One of Canada's most iconic seafood restaurants closes its doors
With Calgary and Toronto events wrapped up, Vancouver Chowder Chowdown to take place this coming week.
The Tastemarket by SAIT opens in Calgary
An ambitious and delicious itinerary to Penticton for the best eats and drinks
The nautical-inspired distillery offers moonshine, vodka, gin and rhumb.
The co-host “SC with Jay and Dan on his favourite places to eat in Toronto
The highs and lows from bread week
A bourbon and tea cocktail with a touch of rosemary
The Globe and Mail is hiring a new Toronto food critic for 2018
Upgrade your banana bread with blueberries and streusel topping
A cocktail made with fragrant Queenborough Gin
JOEY Restaurants give back to Toronto's George Brown College
Here are the introductions, highs and lows from the first episode of the Canadian version of Great British Baking Show
Two Penny Chinese finally opens in Calgary