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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Fall Feast

Toronto boasts no less than two China Towns. The contributions this large Asian community have made to the culinary identity of Canadian cuisine is obvious. You eat rice, don’t you? You drink tea, don’t you? Soya sauce is used in so many recipes that have no Asian roots, its now just considered a basic pantry … Continue reading »

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Fall Feast

Growing up in the States didn’t do my taste buds any favours. California was a bit of a culinary wasteland in the late 80s where Tex-Mex was considered the height of fusion cuisine.  But every now and again something that was close to authentic would make an appearance on the family dinner table, Enchiladas with red … Continue reading »

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What’s for Breakfast

Hello all, I know I haven’t been on in a while but I have been busy cooking for a living. You have probably been wondering what the Chef eats for breakfast. I don’t eat crepes all the time. My favourite thing to eat for breakfast is: Rice. Simply steamed and topped with butter and/or soya … Continue reading »

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