World’s foremost food trendsetters gather in Toronto for annual Terroir Symposium

Annual Terroir Symposium will showcase the best of global hospitality, tourism and cuisine Press release On April 23, Toronto will host more than 60 of the most visionary, knowledgeable and innovative professionals in hospitality and tourism at the annual Terroir Symposium. Now in its 12th year, Terroir is North America’s marquee gathering for sommeliers, chefs, hoteliers and producers, which has made Ontario a […]

Q&A with Art Napoleon, bush cook and star of Moosemeat & Marmalade

By Kavita Sabharwal-Chomiuk Art Napoleon is an experienced hunter, adventurous bush cook and television star. In fact, Art’s 13-part food documentary series, Moosemeat & Marmalade, allows him to combine all three of these interests as he explores Indigenous culture, culinary traditions and delicious food alongside his co-star, Chef Dan Hayes. Dan has worked in the […]

MTLàTABLE 2017 generates $9-mil in revenue for 175 participating restaurants

Press release More than 131,000 locals and tourists got a taste of Montréal cuisine and the city’s internationally acclaimed culinary creativity during MTLàTABLE, an event presented by Aeroplan. This year, the increasingly popular food celebration took place over 15 days, a longer period than usual, to mark Montréal’s 375th anniversary. It generated over $9 million for participating […]

Canada 150 brings east and west together with Canada Beef

Press release In honour of the country’s 150th birthday, Canada Beef and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts have joined forces to celebrate how Canada’s cultural diversity has influenced the evolution of our cuisine. Last week, Canada Beef and Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York highlighted the Asian influence in Canadian cuisine featuring the Royal York’s Executive Chef Robert […]

Indigenous chefs bring cultural flavour to restaurant menus

By Jeni Marinucci With Canada’s 150th birthday barrelling towards us this July, restaurants are preparing themselves – and their menus – with a decidedly Canadian-flavoured bent. Of course, Canadian staples like Alberta beef, Quebec maple syrup and Maritime seafood will feature heavily, but diners seeking a more authentic Canadian cuisine are in luck; with a […]

15 lucky applicants to learn Japanese cuisine in English at Japan campus of ‘Le Cordon Bleu’

Press release Le Cordon Bleu Japan is inviting applicants for a program to learn Japanese cuisine in English at the culinary Institute. It collaborates on a special 8-month bursary program, developed under a project initiated by the Organization for Fostering Human Resources for the Promotion of Japanese Cuisine & Food Culture, targeted for culinary school […]