Our 15 Favorite International Potato Recipes

With coronavirus making travel a tricky and even potentially dangerous prospect this year, we're embracing the summer staycation. All week (and all summer) long, we'll bring you transportive flavors...

Scientists Create Meat from Human Cells But Claim It’s Not Cannibalism

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 9 months ago

" . . . The team sees growing Ourboros Steaks as do-it-yourself project – not-cannibals will be able to buy a DIY kit containing swabs for collecting cheek cells, pre-grown scaffolds made from mush...

Butterfly Shrimp with bacon in Ontario

by prima 7 months ago

Has anyone seen Butterfly Shrimp with bacon on a Chinese restaurant menu lately? https://thewoksoflife.com/butterfly-shrimp-bacon/

CANADIANS - what is your favourite Margo Oliver recipe?

by Georgia Strait 8 years ago

Margo Oliver was the Cdn Betty Crocker - her cooking articles and recipes were in the Weekend Magazine in most city newspapers - plus she had numerous books - she is (was) from Winnipeg http://en....

Recipe for Canadian style Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls and Egg Rolls

by Ghotiman 2 years ago

I miss Canadian style Chinese food I grew up with. I have been in the southern US for the last 20 years and while they have great BBQ the Chinese food here is quite different from my favorites back...

Owners/ inspiring people from Quebec in Seattle

by cath_couturier 2 years ago

Hello! So, my question might be a bit weird, but I'm travelling to Seattle in a couple of weeks, and being an indenpendant journalist I always try to see if there's a story I could write while trav...

Dinner Avenue/Lawrence

by Apprentice 3 years ago

Any suggestions? Ideally in between 401 and Eglinton (north/south), and Bathurst and Bayview (east/west). Ideally Canadian or French Bistro, but flexible, anything but Indian. Cheaper than N44...

Canoe Update - Still wonderful food with an even more wonderful view!

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 3 years ago

It has been a few years since I last ate at Canoe. Today, my wife and I met up with a long-lost cousin of mine at this Toronto stalwart for lunch. To welcome this, way overdue, re-union of 40+ y...

Cafe du Pays (Kendall Square, Cambridge MA)

by BostonBestEats 3 years ago

I'm surprised there is no thread for Cafe du Pays in Kendall Square, a block from One Kendall Sq, in the old Hungry Mother space (or at least I can't find one...is there something going on with Cho...

First time in Toronto

by Kathyd1 4 years ago

I'm going to be in Toronto, Oct 26 - 29 and would love some ideas on where to go for dinner on Friday evening and lunch/brunch over the weekend. Any restaurants, bar/lounges a must? I'd like to t...

'Boralia' - Pre-Canada's day dinner: Modern approach to Historic, Canadian Heritage Dishes

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 4 years ago

Owned by a husband and wife team with impressive credentials ( honed skill at kitchens of David Lee, San Francisco Michelin 2* Coi and England's 3* stalwart, Fat Duck, under Heston Blumenthal )...

Marty's World Famous Buttertarts (moved from Ontario board)

by Dundrumgal 12 years ago

Hi everyone, I've read a lot about Marty's World Famous buttertarts that he makes and sells at his Muskoka Cafe in Ontario. Does anyone have the recipe for his buttertarts that they'd be willin...

Bannock (An O&B restaurant)

by bluefirefly 10 years ago

Spotted this morning at Queen and Bay! Windows papered over with O&B symbols but with a large sign saying "bannock - canadian comfort food coming soon". So I guess another O&B location is coming d...

Traditional Quebec Dishes

by herby 5 years ago

My bookclub is celebrating its tenth anniversary in September and we'll have a lunch potluck as we always do on our anniversary. We are reading a book by Quebec author and decided to make a Quebec ...

Quebec City restaurants for solo traveler

by sarahbeths 5 years ago

Looking to help my mom find great restaurants in Quebec City. She is a cancer patient traveling alone in between chemo sessions. This is a very important vacation for her. She loves croissants so s...

Canadian Food/Groceries in New England

by minibrings 12 years ago

With Canada being next door I thought I'd find Canadian food easily. But alas I haven't. Has anyone had poutine, butter tarts or nanaimo bars in New England? Has anyone found places to buy ketchup...

Donair on a Skewer

by mack1987 5 years ago

I tried making a donair on a skewer (or gyro, depending where you live). The meat is typically ground really fine, spices added, and then it's packed together really tightly onto a skewer and plac...

Looking for French-Canadian Recipes

by twinkle30 5 years ago

Hello i am having a cooking event with a friend and we agreed to challange ourselves and cook a heritage menue - mine is canadian - but i grew up in Germany... i have a few canadian recipes but ...