Monthly Archives: November 2010
Nova Scotia chef Craig Flinn lives by the principles of the Slow Food movement, supporting locally sourced foods that are produced in an environmentally responsible way. He has a real passion and understanding of Canadian food, and with Fresh Canadian … Continue reading
The Whole Beast: Nose to Tail eating by Fergus Henderson with an introduction by extreme chef Anthony Bourdain, is more than a cookbook, it is a certified ‘foodie’ classic. In Henderson’s words it is “a celebration of cuts of meat, … Continue reading
Fresh by John Bishop and Dennis Green, is a collection of more than ninety award-winning seasonal recipes made with local foods. John Bishop and Dennis Green are, respectively, the owner and head chef of one of Vancouver’s top restaurants – … Continue reading
It struck me when I was working in the store the other day that on this ‘side of the pond’ not everyone knows what a pasty is, and that perhaps I should remedy that.
Locavore by Sarah Elton is a blueprint for Canada’s local ‘good food’ revolution, it describes how foodies, urbanites, famers, gardeners and chefs across Canada are creating a new local food order that is sustainable and can feed us all.