Justin Kingsley: How Moisson Montreal feeds the hungry.

As the holidays near, we thought it would be a good idea to devote some time and attention to those  in need – particularly the hungry. 40% of the food we produce is wasted, while 140,000 Montrealers every month are not getting enough to eat. Moisson Montreal is Canada’s biggest food bank, and its mission…

Creating a beautiful food future: Colombe Saint-Pierre and John Winter Russel set the table. (Live from C2 Montreal 2018)

In this live interview from The Aquarium at C2 Montreal 2018,  chefs John Winter Russel of Montreal’s Candide and Colombe Saint-Pierre of Saint Pierre in the lower Saint-Lawrence region of Quebec talk about the importance of creating synergy between restaurateurs, food producers and diners. At the forefront of the revolution in gastronomic creativity that continues…

Real Eats America’s Dan Wise wants to give you more time.

Dan Wise is the founder of Real Eats America,  a meal delivery company with a difference. Utilizing sous-vide technology, Real Eats offers fully-cooked meals designed by chefs that can be reheated in six minutes. So users benefit from healthy and delicious meals while saving time on preparation, and retaining the ability to concentrate on other…

M.Wells’ Steakhouse’s Hugue Dufour really wants a ski-doo hideaway.

Hugue Dufour has come a long way since Alma, Quebec. After moving to Montreal to work with culinary legends Normand Laprise of Toqué! and Martin Picard of Au Pied de Cochon, Hugues met his wife and partner Sarah Obreitis and together they created M.Wells in Long Island City. Today, M.Wells Steakhouse is a Michelin star…

Langdon Hall’s Jason Bangerter is Canada’s Best farm-to-table chef.

Langdon Hall Hotel and Spa  is a true jewel of the Canadian culinary scene. Located in Cambridge, Ontario, Langdon Hall is situated on a beautiful piece of land surrounded by gardens. Its magical setting has made it a favourite in southern Ontario. Jason Bangerter presides over a kitchen that has slowly and inexorably driven Langdon…

Jean-Philippe Tastet: 20 ans et plus dans les restaurants de Montréal

Jean-Philippe Tastet est critique de restaurants pour le quotidien Le Devoir pour plus de 20 ans. Au cours de notre premier balado GRILLED en langue française, il nous parle de son parcours à travers des millers de restaurants qui font de Montréal sa renommée gastronomique. Comme d’habitude, vous pouvez écoutez en cliquant sur le lien…