Posted in Food on April 16th, 2010 Comments Off on Rainbow Trout Tasting, Chayote Salsa On the Side
Stop by Snapper’s Fish Market on Sunday [April 18] between 1:30 and 4:30. 263 Durie Street, two blocks west of Runnymede, just north of Bloor I’m cooking up Laurie’s rainbow trout and serving it with chayote salsa. Recipes to go. Celebrate local food with this gorgeous Ontario fish, and come and say hola to Laurie […]
Posted in Events, Food, Latino, News, Roots on September 18th, 2008 Comments Off on Chayote guiso meets organic heirloom tomatillos
Chayote was a major part of what I decided to serve at Feast of Fields this year. It’s a relatively unknown vegetable if you’re not Latino, Caribbean or an adventurous explorer of world foods. Finding organic chayote was a challenge, but luckily Whole Foods had some that was naturally grown, which means it wont be […]
Posted in Food, Latino, News on April 16th, 2007 Comments Off on Queso Anyone?
Some of my best memories of growing up in Venezuela were travelling with my family — to the Andes, across the prairie region, into the desert, into the Amazon jungle and all along Venezuelaâ€™s gorgeous Caribbean coastline. Wherever we went, weâ€™d find la parada, a place to stop and eat and rest. A parada can […]
Posted in Food, News on March 5th, 2007 Comments Off on CHORIZO OR SALCHICHA? THAT’S THE QUESTION
Luis Suares is a well-know Toronto chorizo master. Heâ€™s from the Asturias, a northern region of Spain on the Atlantic coast, with brilliant beaches and gorgeous landscapes. The region is also known for its Sidra, a sparkling apple cider, and some of the best cheeses produced in Spain — Cabrales, Beyas, Pitu, Peral to name […]