Feed on
Posts
Comments

Search Results for 'looking'

Happy Places! Costa Rica….

Costa Rica here I come!! For the second part of my holiday ,I decided to do something completely different  then I normally do…..I wanted to relax and connect with nature ,chill and do nothing but pure relaxation, so Costa Rica was the place to do so.. I fell in love with how peaceful ,serene and […]

Latin Food Pairings with Prosecco Wines!

Article by London base writer Anne Coles. Serving up traditional dishes with a fruity Italian twist. Prosecco, a classic Italian sparkling wine, is not only a cheaper substitute for Champagne but is also a true match for any Latin dish you may want to cook at home. Produced in the village of Veneto in northwest […]

In the Americas and all around the world, what we all have in common, is that our great-grand parents made sure that those typical or classical dishes for Christmas were passed on throughout generations. Case in point is the Hallaca, which is made through Central and South America and has many manes like Tamal, Hayaca, […]

One City, One Great Long Table

Luminato was so great this year, I’m still thinking about it, even thought we wrapped it up over a month and a half ago. The first year, at the Distillery, was fantastic, but the organizers topped their best efforts this year. We had a little bottleneck situation with ticket sales, but luckily, organizers sorted that […]

Cooking with AGO’s Anne Yarymowich at Luminato!

From a culinary point of view, the hugely successful Luminato art event did something extra special this year. The organizers decided to celebrate the art of food at the Distillery, and set up what they called The Long Table, One table One city, a 650-foot table for chefs to sell some of their food street-style. […]

Not Just for Before or Afters Anymore: Who Loves SHERRY?

I have been stewing over this post and then putting aside and then picking it back up for a couple of months now. Wouldn’t you know it: just as I get ready to post, the Globe does a piece on sherries. And then my friend Tammy tells me yesterday that the Vintages site is featuring […]

Going National About a Humble Venezuelano Dish

I got an email from Michelle Eliot in Vancouver. She’s the associate producer of Sounds Like Canada on CBC Radio One. They were producing a summer series about a teen chef prodigy named Neil Flambé (their answer to Harry Potter, she said). They were looking for some veteran chefs to interview them about the dish […]

Next »