This past Sunday on our way to Foodstock my good friend Heather and I we got in to what was the meaning of the event for us? We both cook for a living and we have a good understating of what this really means. The message is simple…. Save The Land That Feeds Us…. Please […]
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Posted in Food on August 18th, 2011 Comments Off on “Marben’s Sausage League”
Ryan Donovan [ex Healty Butcher and CowBell] and now head butcher at Marben restaurant came out with a brilliant marketing idea: Let’s get 12 chefs who they are known for their sausages making skills and let’s have a Sausage League. Complete with a first round, playoffs and a championship final, which will take place on […]
Posted in Food on June 14th, 2011 Comments Off on Celebratring Five Years in Business!!
Hola To You All, Today I’m celebrating 5 years in business and I would like to thank my dear Family, Clients, my crew and business alliance for your love and support through out the years. It’s been five great years with ups and downs, but I truly believe, that working hard and loving what we […]
Back in February I got an invitation from Eduardo Lee of Arepa Cafe; Eduardo mentioned he was hosting an exhibition with the works of Carlos Raul Villanueva. Villanueva was one of the most influential Venezuelan architects of the 20th century. Influenced by the Modernist movement, he played a major part in the development and modernization […]
By Sheryl Kirby of Taste T.O. Chef Carlos Fuenmayor is the owner and chef of Sabrosito, a private catering company where he specializes in in-home parties, as well as larger events, often with a teaching and Latino focus. He also offers cooking classes, both privately and through organizations such as the LCBO. He is Cordon […]
Posted in Food on May 8th, 2010 Comments Off on Cinco De Mayo at The Drake
Not many Anglos know why Mexicans celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Spanish for “the fifth of May.” The day commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. It’s not even Mexico’s Independence Day; that’s September 16th, 1810. And to add to the confusion further, Mexican independence wasn’t recognized until September […]
Cava’s Chris McDonald has invited me to join him to cook a special Latino dinner for Slow Food Toronto’s culinary series, and I’m excited. This will be the first time working with Chris, his Cava partner Doug Penfold and Carlos Rodriguez from Hart House. It will be the second time working with Marina Quierolo, owner […]