At the end of March, I was invited to a luxury chalet in the Laurentians to experience an at-home (or in this case, at-chalet) private chef dinner. The concept was launched recently by the charming and talented duo, Jules and Jasmine. Chef Jules Bruneau is well-known in the Québecois community ever since he became a ...
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Who doesn’t love Italian food? If you’re interested in trying authentic ingredients from Emilia-Romagna, the home of Prosciutto di Parma DOP, Mortadella Bologna IGP, Modena balsamic vinegar IGP and Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, then you should try one (or all!) of these three gourmet meal boxes that were created to help bring the region and its ...
Montreal's Sofitel is celebrating this Valentine's Day with a special menu for two either in their dining room at the Restaurant Renoir or as part of a romantic staycation package at the hotel. I had the pleasure of receiving the menu at home this weekend to be able to share it with you. Conceived by ...
Last weekend, Brasserie Chez Lévêque sent me a wide assortment of dishes from their current takeout menu as well as a few of their signature sous-vide dishes to have on hand for later. This classic French eatery and I have something quite significant in common, we are both celebrating 50 years this year. Established in 1972, ...
I learned how to make these jam-filled sugar cookies while I was an Au Pair in Switzerland. The Swiss call them Spitzbuben, loosely translated as "Naughty Little Boys," because they were originally made with comical faces in them. Nowadays, the Swiss cut more aesthetic shapes such as hearts and stars, but you can also just ...
The Martinique Gourmande meal made by the Renoir restaurant that was sent out to media for the launch of the festival. Martinique Gourmande is a culinary festival that aims to bring a taste of Martinique to Montrealers and Quebecers. If you haven’t yet had the chance to visit Martinique (I had the opportunity to go ...