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Taste and Travel International

Spring 2019 (issue 33)

Taste&Travel International is your passport to the exciting and delicious world of culinary travel. Each quarterly issue serves up a feast of great food and travel writing, recipes, destinations, travelers’ journals, book reviews, food trails and tours, cooking classes and other essential information for the culinary traveler and the armchair global gourmet.

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Taste & Travel Publishing International
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hometown glory

Enjoy it!Spring is a lovely time to be in Ottawa, as we welcome warm weather and sunshine, flower baskets and fiddleheads in the Byward Market, and restaurant patios opening for business. There’s another reason to be particularly proud of our town this season. Chef Yannick LaSalle of Les Fougères restaurant in Chelsea, QC, representing Ottawa/Gatineau at the 2019 Canadian Culinary Championships in Kelowna, brought home the Gold Medal.Residents of the capital city only need to cross the Ottawa river in order to enjoy the fabulous food coming out of our neighbouring province, including the Eastern Townships duck and Quebec-grown saffron that featured in LaSalle’s winning dish. And although we had no inkling of LaSalle’s win when planning our cover story for this issue, you can read a whole lot more…

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taste&travel international us

PUBLISHER Janet P. BoileauSENIOR EDITORIAL CONSULTANTChristopher P. HillCREATIVE DIRECTOR Charlotte KahnSENIOR EDITORSAnita Stewart, Anne DesBrisayCONTRIBUTING EDITORSElizabeth Andoh, Stephanie Arsenault,Andrea Ratuski, Pam Collacott,Nathan Fong, Elyse Glickman, AnneMendelson, Michele PetersonTRAVEL EDITORs Susie Ellison,Todd LawrenceEUROPEAN EDITOR Susan HallettFOOD EDITOR Shari ScheskeCONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERMichel ChicoineWEB DIRECTOR Michael HydeWEB EDITOR & SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEREmily KennedyCOMMUNICATIONS COORDINATORMelissa WeinerADVERTISING SALESadvertising@tasteandtravel.caPRINTER The Lowe-Martin Group, OttawaCONTACT USinfo@TasteAndTravelMagazine.comEDITORIAL ENQUIRIES editorial@TasteAndTravelMagazine.comSUBSCRIPTIONS & CIRCULATIONsubscriptions@TasteAndTravelMagazine.comPrinted in Canada. Canada Post Publications Mail Agreement Number 42167015 © 2019 Taste&Travel International is published quarterly by Taste and Travel Publishing International Inc. All rights reserved. Opinions expressed do not necessarily represent those of the publishers. No part of this publication may be used without written permission from the publisher. Subscription rate is $100 annually.…

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canada’s great kitchen party

EVENT CANADA2019 Black Box IngredientsAuctionAthletesChef Chris HillTHE CANADIAN Culinary Championships held in Kelowna, BC on February 1 and 2, 2019 was the culmination of a year-long search for the nation’s most talented chef. Competition was extremely tight, with all eleven participating chefs still in a pack at the finishing line. In the end Chef Yannick LaSalle of Les Fougères in Chelsea, Quebec, gold medallist at the Ottawa-Gatineau Kitchen Party, became the new Canadian Culinary Champion, — a hugely popular and well-deserved victor.Chef Jesse FriesenChef Dave BohatiChef Davina MoraikoChef Thomas CareyChef Alex ChenChef Elia HerreraChef Yannick LaSalleChef Chris HillGCKP Co-Founder Stephen LeckieThe winnerChief Judge James ChattoChef Irwin MacKinnonChef Davina MoraikoChef Takashi ItoChef Katie HayesChef Jason MorrisChef Jesse Friesen…

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hot off the grill

(TOM CAHALAN)Wild Cuisine at Clayoquot Wilderness ResortYOU MAY FEEL as though you’ve left the rest of the world behind as you journey to remote Clayoquot Wilderness Resort near Tofino but you’ll be welcomed by some of Canada’s most sophisticated cuisine. This all-inclusive Relais & Châteaux resort, comprised of luxury tented accommodation tucked at the edge of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve on Vancouver Island, features Pacific Northwest Asian-inspired cuisine created under the direction of celebrated Executive Chef Michael Pataran. Culinary highlights include ‘Faith’ the nine-course chef’s tasting table as well as dishes featuring unique ingredients foraged from the rainforest, sourced from local suppliers or plucked fresh from the sea. You can feel good about eating here — Clayoquot Wilderness Resort is a member of the Ocean Wise program, which ensures…

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austin, texas

Soco AustinJuan in a MillionDESPITE THE recent proliferation of restaurants offering global cuisine around the city, the taco is Austin’s signature dish. What could be more fitting for this famously progressive and artsy town than something that’s accessible to all and can be prepared in thousands of different ways?A Little Spice with Your CoffeeTacoDeli is a local institution. The menu is big, ambitious and diverse (vegetarian and vegan included), embodying Austin’s melting pot vibe. Some of its edibles are available in unexpected places, including Houndstooth Coffee, which offers a tidy selection of TacoDeli eats as an alternative for those favouring spice over sugar. Its rich brews make an excellent companion for the savoury sauces and spices.www.tacodeli.com;www.houndstoothcoffee.comON THE BOULEVARDCesar Chavez Boulevard is the place for thriving old-school Mexican eateries. The diner-style…

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new orleans, louisiana

BETTER WITH BACONCan you believe it? Free bacon with your drink! And it’s not just a gimmick, the wine list at the Orleans Grapevine is sophisticated and you can order tasting flights at Happy Hour prices. The tiny courtyard out back has a fountain and a few tables, snag a seat there if you can. www.orleansgrapevine.comCool Tunes, Good EatsI lucked out at Marigny Brasserie on Frenchmen Street as fried green tomatoes were on the menu and local musician Salvatore Geloso was laying it down. Dude’s a dedicated street musician and if you can track him down, you won’t regret it. Frenchmen Street has a block party vibe and plenty of jazz venues. Waaay cooler than Bourbon Street. www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhQdBJu1fx4Some Kinda SarnieIt’s the signature sandwich from NOLA and there’s no better Muffaletta…

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