Posts Tagged ‘Top Chef Canada’

Holiday Recipes from Top Chef Canada – Savoury Custard

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The holidays are the perfect time to try new recipes, step out of your comfort zone and master new techniques. Wow your friends and family with this incredible savoury custard created by Top Chef Canada season 4 winner René Rodriguez, it makes a perfect vegetarian entrée.

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Holiday Recipes from Top Chef Canada – Spinach

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You have to eat a green thing, so why not smother it in cream, parmesan and bacon? This recipe is sure to be the most popular dish on the table this holiday season. Here is the next in our series of delicious holiday dishes from the incredibly talented René Rodriguez, the Top Chef Canada season 4 winner. Continue »



Holiday Recipes from Top Chef Canada – Sweet Potato

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Forget everything you thought you knew about sweet potatoes! This recipe from Top Chef Canada season 4 winner René Rodriguez will blow your mind. He takes Mexican and Spanish influence and directs them at this humble vegetable for a brand new preparation you have to taste to believe. Continue »



Holiday Recipes from Top Chef Canada – Turkey Breast

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December is here! In the coming weeks we’ll be sharing some delicious holiday recipes from Top Chef Canada champ René Rodriguez. We start off with this unique approach to turkey breast. Rodriguez grew up in Mexico and is heavily influenced by that cuisine and that of his beloved Spain. See what those influences bring to a simple piece of poultry.  Continue »



What’s On The Table at the Stop Community Food Centre

On Wednesday, November 7, the Wychwood barns at The Stop Community Food Centre will again be host to one of Toronto’s best and most loved food fundraisers.  Since 2005, What’s On The Table (WOTT12) has raised over $1.5 million for The Stop’s anti-poverty and anti-hunger programs. These programs help to maintain dignity, build health within the community and level out social inequalities by offering classes in urban agriculture, sustainable food, cooking and operating and maintaining greenhouses and markets.

If you haven’t attended this event before, or you just want to have a peek at what  last year’s event was like, check this out this article in the Toronto Standard.

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