Chefs’ Tips: Working with Smoked Foods

Chefs’ Tips: Working with Smoked Foods

No greeting beats the sound of crackling wood and the smell of savoury smoke when you walk into one of those special eateries dedicated to smoked foods. Normally we associate fire and smoke with campfires, a pitched tent and stretching out under the stars, but smoking...
Kitchen Gadgets: 12 Chefs Lend Perspectives

Kitchen Gadgets: 12 Chefs Lend Perspectives

Whether you’re a Red Seal Chef or just like to impersonate Gordon Ramsay at home, every cook has a list of do-or-die kitchen gadgets. We interviewed 12 Alberta chefs and culinary experts to find out which of these tools were kitchen crucials, or a waste of good...
Chef’s Tips: Canine Cuisine

Chef’s Tips: Canine Cuisine

It’s no secret that most of us — er, maybe all of us — with pets are a bit obsessive. They have their own Facebook accounts, they’re the adorable subjects of millions of memes distracting you at work, and now our beloved pets have made their way into our kitchens....
Culinaire’s Top Stories of 2016

Culinaire’s Top Stories of 2016

Well, it’s been one heck of a year. There have been many ups and downs in the Alberta food and beverage industry, the recession causing some of us – like Escoba Bistro & Wine Bar, The Drum & Monkey and Bar C Food & Drink, to name a few –...

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