You know what they say—brunch is the most important meal of the day. That’s what we say, anyway. Second only to perfecting that frittata or eggs benedict recipe, presentation is key. Make the moment shine with this how-to on setting the perfect table for brunch.
As we honor the first official National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, an important step we can all take is to deepen our understanding of the history and experiences of Indigenous peoples across the land. Here's a list of six powerful reads by Indigenous authors that we hope you'll feel inspired to add to your reading list.
To honor Mother’s Day this year, our team members share some favourite family recipes from special women in our lives. Click through to read all about making from-scratch perogies, fresh cherry cheesecake, and more.
International Women’s Day is all about honoring achievements, raising awareness against bias, and taking action for equality. We’re celebrating this year by speaking to four Canadian chefs about equality, creativity, and their culinary craft. Click here to learn about Claire Livia Lassam in Vancouver, Maria-José de Frias in Montreal, Kiko Nakata in Vancouver, and Tania Ganassini in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
This February, Fable is honoring Black History Month by highlighting the stories of four food-focused small businesses across Canada: a café-restaurant hybrid in Toronto, Ont.; an Afrocentric plant-based food producer in Vancouver, B.C.; a hot sauce entrepreneur from Halifax, N.S.; and a stylish restaurant from Victoria, B.C. Read on to learn more.
A Tawashi Brush is a staple in many kitchens, but do you know why? Find out about its many different uses, and some interesting facts along the way—such as how its name translates to “baby turtle brush.”