I love a good watermelon salad, especially for summer dinner parties. Not only are they juicy and refreshing, they’re also economical and easy to throw together.
The obvious challenge of serving watermelon is that it’s watery. If I served the watermelon as-is on a plate, it’ll get weepy and dilute the other flavours.Read More
Sure, I adore my classic craft cocktails but I won’t turn down large-batched, fruity cocktails either. No, I don’t mean the syrupy concoctions swirling around in frozen margarita machines.Read More
This simple dish bursts with the flavours of Italy. Its inspiration? The many memorable cured meats I experienced during my travels through Florence and Venice.
Buongiorno, my loves! I’m currently en route from Marseille to Florence by train.
I’m elated to present Elaine from The Italian Dish , to share her traditional Tuscan soup recipe.Read More
I’m reminded time and again of how fortunate I am to be surrounded by an abundance of fresh, local produce in Vancouver.
Utterly. Undoubtedly. Grateful.
Granted, fresh farm produce is not readily available year-round and does come at a cost.Read More
Last night, I attended an impromptu conceptual event called Alfresco Vancouver where 60 strangers congregated in a public space and dined pot-luck style. The lively, communal event contrasted against the brick-paved urban lot in the heart of trendy Yaletown.Read More