When the Omnivore World Tour left Montreal last year, the festival’s founder Luc Dubanchet promised to be back this summer. A man of his word, the international traveling event that celebrates young chefs and culinary innovation will be back in our fair city, August 14-19…
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If you’re not a winter person like I am, then you’ll know that the best thing to do when the temperature dips below freezing and white stuff starts to pile up, is to find the closest hearty meal, sleep it off and hope things are different when you wake up. Unfortunately, science and common sense dictates that no matter how hard we try to make the earth spin faster, winter is coming and we have to brace for it.
The Canadian Mondays events are a brilliant idea by Pastaga chef Martin Juneau who decided to use his restaurant as a window to introduce some of Canada’s most talented chefs to our fair city. The first Canadian Monday event took place at Pastaga on December 3, 2012 with guest chef Marc Lépine from Ottawa restaurant Atelier…
Tokinese soup, or better known as “Pho”, is a beef bone soup that’s been tended to for hours, mixed with a blend of ingredients like ginger, onions, clove, and cinnamon. Most common, it’s served with noodles, tender slices of beef, garnished with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil and a blast of limejuice; it’s a warm hug in a bowl from your Vietnamese mother.
This past Saturday, FoodLab celebrated its first anniversary with a bang. There was a special festive menu, family, fans and colleagues, pretty lights, a ping-pong table and birthday cake.
New to the Wellington strip in Montreal’s Verdun neighborhood, sits the greenhorn, Blackstrap BBQ – offering the lucky residents and destination restaurant diners authentic Memphis style, southern barbecue.