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Taste and Travel International

Fall 2020 (issue 39)

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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Canada
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English
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Taste & Travel Publishing International
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Quarterly
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2 min.
at home

THREE OF OUR regular contributors filed stories from the road — Elyse Glickman catching up on developments in the wine industry in Puglia, Susie Ellison on the trail of cheap eats in Auckland and Waheeda Harris sampling street food in Hanoi — before the pandemic brought international travel to a halt. Since then we’ve all been hunkered down, doing our best to stay positive and productive and connected to each other in whatever safe ways we can. For me, staying at home has meant more time for reading and cooking. I’d forgotten how satisfying it is to bake bread, make jam, pickles, cookies and other things that I previously bought from a store. And the pile of books I’d been meaning to read has dwindled to the point that I’m a…

1 min.
international taste & travel magazine

LUNCH MENU SIP Ice Cider Spritz with Maple Pearls CHARCUTERIE St Guillaume Extra Old Cheddar Les Fromagiers de la Table Ronde Le Rassembleu Saint-Sophie Fromagerie Les Folies Begeres La Fabuleuse Morgan Farms Organic Duck Rillettes Bio Sauvage Birch Syrup Morgan Farms Focaccia with Herbs de Provence FIRST Maritime Lobster Salad MAIN Cauliflower Steaks with Birch Catkin Gremolata over Whipped Cauliflower Field Tomatoes with Basil, Feta and Canola Herb Roasted Root Vegetables Potato Salad with Buttermilk Chive Dressing SWEET Strawberry Rhubarb Cream Biscuits #FOODDAYCANADA…

7 min.
hot off the grill

Discover Mexican Cuisine with Chef Mavi Graf Craving the flavours of Mexico? Acclaimed Puerto Vallarta chef Mavi Graf has launched a new virtual opportunity to experience traditional and contemporary Mexican cuisine at home. In addition to the online classes hosted by herself and guest chefs via Zoom, for a set membership fee in Mavi’s Kitchen Club, participants can browse an online library of videos and recipes as well as enjoy discounts on private workshops or group classes. As well as learning how to make recipes from scratch they’ll connect with an online community of food lovers and at-home chefs who love learning new recipes, perfecting Mexican cooking techniques and entertaining. Class menus include lobster tacos, tuna aguachile, cochinita pibil, purslane-stuffed portobello mushrooms and more. www.chefmavi.com Celebrate the 90th of Fairmont Le Château…

2 min.
dunedin

NEW ZEALAND Dine in or Dash Vegans and vegetarians are well taken care of at Potpourri Vegetarian Café, a cozy and friendly downtown spot offering salads, sandwiches, quiches, smoothies and more. Bring your own container for takeout or borrow a mug from the mug library if you don’t have your own! 97 Stuart Street Mangiamo! Two generations of the Gianone family run the classic and classy Italian restaurant Etrusco. Pizza and pasta are specialties of the house and the fine bones of a heritage building add to the warm and buzzing atmosphere. www.etrusco.co.nz TAKE ME TO CHURCH For lodging with a difference, check in to Chapel Apartments, located in Dunedin’s oldest building, the Congregational Church, built in 1863. The self-contained apartments are just steps away from downtown Dunedin’s beating heart, The Octagon, but the thick stone…

2 min.
newport beach, ca

USA CREATIVITY TAKES (WINE) FLIGHT Lido Bottle Works is the place for craft cocktails, wines and beers in a festive waterfront space. The kitchen rolls out elevated casual fare — think Seasonal Burrata Salad adorned with locally sourced greens, hazelnuts, apples, mangoes, and a brown butter vinaigrette finish. www.lidobottleworks.com BRUNCH AND BEYOND At The Great Maple, located in the upmarket Fashion Island Mall, our pick is the fabulous Charred Cauliflower Hummus, served with house-baked flatbread and market fresh green snap peas, pink watermelon radishes and sliced carrots. Also worthy are the Chilaquiles, Buttermilk Fried Chicken & Doughnuts and brioche-based French Toast Logs with namesake maple bacon. www.thegreatmaple.com Nice Catch! Buddha’s Favorite was once a hidden gem known for imaginative combinations and an authentic Japanese approach to prep and plating. When original owner Masaki “Yoshi” Yoshitsuka moved…

2 min.
pensacola

USA Something Fishy Joe Patti’s, the largest fresh seafood market in the US, is something you have to see, and experience! But when the crazy crowds and get too much, head for the neighbourhood Navarre Seafood Market where the fish is still fresh and local and you can get shrimp and crab steamed to order without the line-up. www.joepattis.com; www.navarreseafoodmarket.com On the water On opposite sides of the street in Pensacola Beach, Red Fish Blue Fish offers fresh Southern fare (they don’t own a freezer or a microwave), lawn games and a view of the Santa Rosa Sound, while across the road at Shaggy’s you can down a frozen daiquiri, local seafood or an awesome cheeseburger while gazing over Little Sabine Bay. www.redfishbluefishpensacolabeach.com; www.shaggys.biz STEP BACK IN TIME In Pensacola’s heritage district stop in for afternoon…