A History Of Tapas

When I hear the word tapas I envision a diversity of tiny morsels of food that are enjoyed over several courses, leaving you emotionally and physically satisfied. As a lover of all things food, I find it difficult to go to a restaurant and try just one thing…
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What is Molecular Gastronomy?

Molecular Gastronomy is a term that I like to bring up in conversation, not only because it makes me feel like a sophisticated intellectual, but because the concept is so fascinating and instantly captivates the kid in all of us. A clear pumpkin pie, an edible helium balloon,…
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How to make Amano’s Beet-Stained Ravioli

Love it or loathe it, there’s no harm in doing something that nice for your other half on Valentine’s Day. That doesn’t mean breaking the bank at the jewellery store or splurging on some racy lingerie. In fact, cooking someone a damn good meal tops all of that,…
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Taste Toronto’s Iconic French Brasserie

Toronto—a living example for the rest of the world that no matter your race or religion, people can still get along, and that’s saying something in today’s political climate. One of the best parts of living in Toronto is its endless variety of cuisine. Whether you’re looking for…
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A Night of Mangiare Bene with Gabbiano Chianti Classico

Since I come from an Italian background, I would have to make the argument that Italians make the best food and wine in the world. In the spirit of mangiare bene (eating well), I planned a dinner in collaboration with Castello Di Gabbiano, for a couple of my…
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