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Nick Saul

We live in a very divided city. One in three kids live in poverty. 145,000 kids live in poverty. There are 118,000 Millionaires in Toronto. That’s one example of how we live in two worlds. When you live in two worlds, you don’t know one another’s stories, which is a big problem to me. Rexdale … Continue reading

Alexandre Gauthier

Although some (in Canada) bemoan the significance of the Michelin Guide, few can deny the influence the macaron has on diner interest, or the blow felt to pride and business when a star is lost. And so the story goes that at only 30 years old, Alexandre Gauthier, already recognized for his culinary talent by … Continue reading

Frédéric Morin

In summer of 2014, I had the opportunity to take part in a unique art-meets-food-meets-surprise-experience that involved Frédéric Morin and Kid Koala, both creative and well known Montrealers. The piece was slated for an online publication which has since closed its Toronto chapter, but the fun from that evening’s activities still live on in memories, a … Continue reading

Olivier Roellinger

The cook has the same responsibility as a mother anywhere in the world: nourishing others in an appetizing and healthy way.  – Olivier Roellinger, former* chef/owner of three-Michelin-starred le Relais Gourmand, now chef/proprietor of Les Maisons de Bricourt, a 14-room Relais Gourmand establishment in the small Brittany port of Cancale. In an interview with chef Roellinger, in which he … Continue reading

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