I haven’t written in some time. As the blog is mostly a place where I share my experiences when I am not at work, behind the stoves. Here’s what’s been happening; I am now chef at a mediterranean restaurant called L’Alexia, in a neighborhood called Ahuntsic, in Montreal, this is where I’ve been spending most … Continue reading Got some news!!
A taste workshop during the Salon du Goût de Montreal was about oysters. Kristin Donovan taught us everything we need to about this great food found in our Canadian waters! There are two major families of oysters in Canada, the Virginica from the East Coast and the Miyagi or Japanese from the West Coast. The … Continue reading Slow Fish : Our oysters
As a chef specialized in Italian cuisine, it’s always a pleasure for me to discover different products and meet new people in the industry. Recently, I went to a supper showcasing the pastas from the company Rustichella d’Abbruzzo prepared by the talented, Michelin-starred chef William Zonfa. To celebrate its 90th anniversary, Rustichella came out with … Continue reading Rustichella d’Abruzzo e la Pasta Rapida
Since I was in Bilbao, for the Parabere Forum, I took some time to discover the food and wine of the region. A friend put me in contact with a friend in Bilbao, Stephanie from go-basquing.com, who showed me a bit around town. As we went around the city, we stopped at a bar, where … Continue reading The gilda in the Basque region
This past March, I have had the honor and opportunity to receive an invitation to the Parabere Forum, which took place in Bilbao, Spain. It is Maria Canabal, a gastronomy journalist and author, who took the initiative to assemble a few hundred women from around the world, involved in gastronomy and the food culture in … Continue reading Parabere Forum 2015
Hello and welcome to my first blog. I am very excited to share with you my adventures and time spend outside the kitchen. I’ll be adding new content very soon. Please bookmark my site. Thank you! Continue reading Hello world!