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Archives November 2017

Autumn Techniques for Warm Seasonal Cooking

Autumn Techniques for Warm Seasonal Cooking

Written by Chef Murray Gregga

As the leaves begin to fall and the seasons change, so does our cooking techniques and use of ingredients. We tend to move away from bright acidic flavours to warm, aromatic and hearty flavours. We trade our grills for an oven, and grilled meats and vegetables for roasts, braises, and stews. For us in the restaurant industry, it’s a time where we can turn our menus and recipes into a place where one can find a “home-cooked” meal.

As I peruse through the markets and grocery stores, I am quickly reminded about how much ...

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Gamay Noir - Poor Man's Burgundy or Grape with Merit?

Gamay Noir - Poor Man's Burgundy or Grape with Merit?

 GAMAY NOIR

Poor Man's Burgundy or Grape with Merit?

By Allison Vidug

At a recent staff tasting at The Shore Club, we explored our collection of Gamay Noir.  To understand Gamay Noir it is important to understand its home land, Beaujolais.  Beaujolais is a grape growing area in the south of Burgundy, just north of the city of Lyon.  It is here on sandy soils that basic Beaujolais is made for everyday sipping.  But in the North of Burgundy, there are ten Crus.  Crus are growing regions recognized for individuality of flavour giving the wines a sense of place ...

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