My local Canadian food hero is Chef Scott Savoie. Through his Culinary Adventure Company Chef Scott is making that sure that both residents and visitors to the City of Toronto know that we have a very vibrant and exciting culinary scene. I had the pleasure of attending a pop-up dinner that Chef hosted and this will now be part one of the things that I'll be doing every summer from now on. I've done a review of the event that I attended so if you're interested in doing this, keep reading.
In the second month of the Canadian Food Experience project, we were challenged to write about food that specific to my region and I chose pork. Now pork is available all across all of Canada but there are a lot of pig farmers in Southern Ontario so I'm going to claim as my regional cuisine. I made one of my family favourite dishes Jerk Pork with a wonderful fresh pork shoulder - Enjoy!
On June 25th, I attended A Taste of Burlington Launch showcase where 19 of 24 Burlington-based restaurants showcased their culinary skills in advance of A Taste of Burlington prix fixe event. The event runs from July 21 to Aug 5, and this is an event that you definitely DO NOT want to miss.
Inspired by the call to action heard at the First Canadian Food Bloggers of Canada conference Valerie from a Canadian Foodie put out the call for all Canadian food bloggers to share their experiences with Canadian food. Over the next 12 months, on the 7th of every month I will write about a variety of pre-determined topics, share my culinary and cultural perspectives and post my recipes. On the 15th of the month, Valerie will post a recap of all posts for readers to share.
Welcome to Olive & Ruby
Hi, I’m Rhonda! Welcome to my blog on cooking, baking and my life. I now live in the beautiful metropolis of Toronto, but spent the first 17 years of my life on the Caribbean island of Trinidad, where I met and fell in love with Olive & Ruby.