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S. Pellegrino Young Chef Competition Announces North American Semi-finalists, Judging Panel

TORONTO — S.Pellegrino has announced the 10 North American regional semi-finalists who will compete in November’s S.Pellegrino Young Chef Competition in New York City for...

Prosciutto di Parma Highlighted at Interactive Industry Event in Toronto

TORONTO — Not all prosciutto is created equally. That was the message the Conzorzio Di Prosciutto di Parma delivered last week when it held...

Bar Buca Opens at Yonge & Eglinton

TORONTO — The King Street Food Company has opened its highly anticipated second location of Bar Buca at 101 Eglinton Ave. E. in Toronto. Beginning...

Top Bird: Examining Poultry’s Enduring Popularity

Given the tradition of eating poultry — dating back to an obscure Asian pheasant with a taste for domesticity called the Red Jungle Fowl...

The 2018 Equipment Trends Report

If you’re smart, fast and multi-functional, there’s a place for you in the modern foodservice kitchen. And if you’re easy to use and don’t...

Meet the Winners of the Ontario Hostelry Institute’s 2018 Top 30...

JARID BARNES 27, assistant manager/bar manager, Canteen, Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality Jarid Barnes believes there are no shortcuts to becoming a great manager. He takes time...

Two New Buca Locations Coming to Toronto

TORONTO — King Street Food Company is expanding the Buca brand to the Yonge-and-Eglinton and Yonge-and-St. Clair communities. “We have identified two thriving neighbourhoods that...

Taste of Toronto Announces 2017 Chef Lineup

TORONTO — Taste of Toronto has announced the complete line-up of chefs participating in this year’s event, taking place June 15 to 18 at...

Buca Expanding to Vaughan

TORONTO — King Street Food Company has announced it will be expanding the Buca brand to Vaughan, Ont. Rob Gentile announced the new location at...

Trends in Italian Cuisine in Canada

Once upon a time, Italian-Canadian cuisine was a culinary newborn. As a country of immigrants, when families came to Canada, they typically brought with...