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Not too long ago I checked out Lavanderia, owned and operated by Chef Antonio Park whose reputation for superior quality products, culinary philosophy has grown exponentially in the past few years. His notoriety and active presence in the local community is a reflection of his humble upbringing and cultural heritage. Their website describes Chef Park’s […]

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Do you ever cravings? If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know that I often crave sweets; actually, desserts in general. More often than not, I’ll bitch and complain about wanting cake or ice cream to the point of being belligerent. When a child gets cranky there are two options, give them what they want […]

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Last month I had the distinct pleasure to interview Chef Natalia Machado for Montreal en Lumiere that was featuring and showcasing her restaurant L’Atelier d’Argentine, about living in Montreal and putting her on the spot of picking the superior bagel; Montreal vs New York. Her spot is a straight up Argentinean style asado, heavy on […]

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Today marks the 14th edition of Montreal en Lumiere – one of the biggest winter festivals in the world. Drawing close to 900,000 people, this festival celebrates Montreal’s winter by bringing visitors and locals alike together through a nocturnal program combining performing arts, free outdoor family activities, and most importantly gastronomy… not to mention and […]

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