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Eric Gonzalez: 'Details Make the Difference'
We catch up with Eric Gonzalez of L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon Montreal, on what it takes to recreate the cooking philosophy of Robuchon a long way from France.
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A Restaurant Chain for Those With Killer Allergies
A restaurant owner is hoping to raise enough funds to turn his allergy free restaurant into a chain that catters specifically those with deadly allergies.
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7 Foods and Drinks you’ll Want to try When Visiting Canada
From birch syrup to sustainable seafood and infused teas, here is a list of delicacies you can't miss and where to taste them Vancouver, Montreal or Calgary.
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How the Patterns Get into Your Candy
A video filmed inside the Candy Labs in Montreal that shows exactly how hard candy is created.
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Normand Laprise: "My Farm-to-Table Quebecker Style"
A chat with chef Normand Laprise, who brought the "eat local" philosophy to Quebec when everything came from France—from the spinach to the chefs themselves.
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Gourmet Food in Montreal: 5+1 Foraging Surprises
A list of gourmet foods from Société-Orignal company: from elderberries to marshmallow roots, foraged and artisanal products hit North American restaurants.
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Montreal Food Guide, a City Tasting Tour
From Italian coffee to Greek baklava, freshly cooked Quebec lobster or French baguette: with its bars, markets and street food, Montréal is a tasty melting-pot.
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The Smallest Cafe in North America
Want to enjoy coffee in the smallest cafe in North America? Head on over to La Distributrice, a tiny coffee shop located under a staircase in Montreal.
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The Carpet Made of Sugar
This carpet shown at an exhibition space in Brooklyn has been made using 2 tons of refined sugar - be careful where you walk