From coast to coast Canada’s culinary scene is thriving. In this weekly column, we round up the biggest food news from across the country each week.
See what your fellow Canadians are hungry for right here:
- Vancouver is already preparing for the Christmas count-down. The wildly popular and highly-anticipated Wine Advent Calendar from New District is back and offering an easy way to drink your way through December.
- Calgary celebrates the most epic Turducken Sandwich. The once-a-year culinary masterpiece combines a chicken in a duck in a turkey then carves it onto a fresh ciabatta bun with jalapeno cranberry mustard, pickled red cabbage, arugula, and brown butter sage and apple jus.
- Montreal is getting a new destination for drinking and dining from one of the city’s best restaurateurs. The team behind by Joe Beef has announced a new wine bar in Montreal’s Little Italy neighbourhood this winter.
- Toronto is getting a distinguished new source for ramen! Highly acclaimed, eight-seat Tokyo noodle house Konjiki Ramen is opening a location in Toronto. It’s the first ever overseas location for the Michelin-recommended restaurant.
- A Toronto pop-up happening this November is being billed as the “world’s first pop-up restaurant run by HIV positive chefs,” it’s a new initiative from Casey House that aims to “fight HIV/AIDS stigma with every bite.”