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Afternoon Tea | Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

The city of Montreal resonates with a strong cultural presence and a superb culinary scene with European flair and sophistication. Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth situated at the heart of Montreal, where French and English meets, offers magnificent attention to detail to guests. One item that truly stands out is Afternoon Tea in Le Montréalais Bistro Bar.

Last month, I was joined by my mum for a mother daughter date to spend quality time together before her surgery (which was a success!). After a morning of shopping, we were ready for tea time as per our usual weekend tradition. With reservations for 3h30pm, we were greeted by Assistant Manager Alban Barthel, who was a delight with his French accent. He guided us to our table that overlooked the Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral.

Tea steward, Jonathan Skoda presented us with a selection of loose teas in small circular tin cans in a row of two and went on to explain the differences. Wow! All I can say is that the selection of teas was impressive. We settled on a pot of classic Earl Grey tea as green and herbal teas were out of the question.


Fairmont Breakfast
A perfect breakfast tea with burgundy depth and malt highlights. Bold and robust with a bright golden cup.

Fairmont Earl Grey Organic
A very aromatic bergamot Earl Grey. This classic blend is piquant and refreshing, steaming from the long leaf, high grown Ceylon tea.

Buckingham Palace
A favorite tea with medium body, delicate Earl Grey, jasmine notes, and a bright golden coppery color.

Soom 1st Flush Estate Darjeeling
Produced during March at the height of 1st flush, this Darjeeling is alive with muscatel character and excellent roundness. This tea comes from bushes over 130 years old and grown at an average height of 5,200 feet above sea level.

Vanilla Chai
An invigorating and subtle, lightly spiced Indian tea enhanced with Madagascar vanilla and a candied cardamom finish.

Eclipse Blend
A precious and subtle blend of luxury black teas from India, Sri Lanka and China with natural bergamot essence.


Organic Jasmine Butterfly
A classic Chinese green tea from Fujian Province boasts surprising body and a captivating floral character accentuated by specially selected May jasmine blossoms.

Organic Japan Sencha
A pale greenish cup with a crispy fresh green tea taste. It has a captivating aroma with a clean finish.

Formosa Oolong (semi-fermented)
This Taiwan long-fired semi fermented tea has a somewhat fruity character with light bakey notes and rich amber liquid.

Tea At The Fairmont
A rejuvenating, anti-oxidant rich blend of fine green and herbal teas (Kenyan and Japanese luxury green tea, spearmint, chamomile, rose and cornflower petals).


Cascade Peppermint
A pungent, fresh tasting peppermint from the Cascade Mountain of Washington. This therapeutic tisane has been known to calm digestive problems and relieve heartburn.

Rooibos Provence
A nutritious red tisane from South Africa, high in antioxidants and blended with rose petals, lavender and natural fruit extracts.

Classic afternoon tea is traditionally served in an English style fine bone china teapot, while goodies arrive on a three layer tiered platter with finger sandwiches on the bottom, scones in the middle and mini pastries at the very top along with marmalade and jam to the side. Going from savoury to sweets, you are in for a lovely treat.

For 35$, you can enjoy a flute of Orpailleur Brut while for 26$, a classic afternoon tea can be had as well. There is nothing more refined, relaxing and indulgent than Afternoon Tea, especially when shared with a loved one or close friends. It is all about conversation and savouring your food and tea. Time is in your hands to relish in the company in front of you for a memorable sipping experience.

Spending time with my mum was quite pleasurable and with service being on point, our afternoon could not have been better. Our Tea steward, Jonathan was quite attentive and made sure we were taken care of from start to end, with a few amusing jokes in between that I definitely chuckled at.


Chicken and watercress
 Smoked salmon 
Egg and cucumber

The scones were well portioned in size. Cut horizontally, then a spread of jam followed by cream, made them taste delectable.


Devonshire cream
 Selection of fresh scones

Last but not least, the sweets were so tempting not to have first but as I say, save the best for last especially the macarons!


Strawberry tart
Chocolate crisp
Pistachio, Lemon, Chocolate, Mint macaron

"Turning moments into memories for our guests"

For more information

Le Montréalais Bistro Bar
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth 
900 René Lévesque Blvd. W., Montreal, 
514-954-2261 | www.fairmont.com

Hours of Operation
Served Monday to Saturday from 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Dress Code
Smart casual

Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling Le Montréalais at (514) 954-2261.

All images were taken with a Nikon D3100.


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Afternoon tea was complimentary. The opinions and views expressed on this post are my own.
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The Great Canadian Cheese Festival 2014

Come one, come all to The Great Canadian Cheese Festival!

Mark your calendars for the weekend of June 7-8 for an annual celebration of all things cheese.

{Georgs Kolesnikovs - The Official Cheese Head + Event Organizer}

Award-winning artisan and farmstead cheese from coast to coast will be showcased at the biggest cheese show in Canada held in the historic Crystal Palace in Picton, Ontario. This festival is an opportunity for cheese lovers, foodies and culinary tourists a chance to meet, learn, taste and buy the best in artisan, farmstead and specialty cheese. Consumers will be delighted with more than 125 different cheeses including Le Baluchon, the Cheese of the Year made by Fromagerie F.X. Pichet of Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, Québec.

Don't forget to sample fine local wines, craft beers and artisan foods on site as well. You may just be overwhelmed by the gastronomic pleasures but your senses will thank you, though it's hard not to buy everything. (Be sure to bring cash!)

{Celtic Blue from Glengarry Fine Cheese}

{Enchanteuse from La Fromagerie des Folies Bergères}

In addition to cheese and more cheese, artisan foods and beverages, the Artisan Cheese & Fine Food Fair on Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, features:

New for 2014: 

Sales of VQA wines by the bottle or case by wineries as part of the pilot project initiated by the Ontario government to promote locally-grown wines.

 Rest and recover from all the sampling in the Festival's new Presentation Pavilion while listening to local musicians.

New topics: 
Seminars in the All you Need Is Cheese® Annex presented by Dairy Farmers of Canada as a bonus feature of the Artisan Cheese & Fine Food Fair. Learn about the best in Canadian cheese at special presentations conducted by leading cheese educator Deborah Levy.

The Festival's own Cheese Dairy Farm will be featuring cows, goats, sheep and Yvette, the sweetest water buffalo you'll ever meet. (Trust me, it is fine!)

A Food Court featuring tasty eats prepared by Urban Herb, Picnic Food Truck and Seed to Sausage.

Sunday, June 8, is Family Day at the Cheese Fair with children admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

{Decadent goat cheese chocolates, goat butter caramel corn, smooth and rich caramel sauce, and salted, chocolate dipped goat milk caramels from Haute Goat}

{Morsel Desserts}

{Flavourful Preserves from Manning Canning}

{Goat cheese from Salt Spring Island Cheese Company}

{Dawson's Hot Sauce}

Cheese Fair adult admission includes:

- Access to all sponsors, exhibitors and vendors—with close to 200 products to sample
- 10 tasting tickets for cheese, artisan foods, wine and beer, valued at $10
- Souvenir Festival insulated bag for your purchases, valued at $10
- Glass for sampling wine, beer and cider
- Admittance on first-come, first-served basis to cheese seminars presented by Dairy Farmers of Canada
Festival Dairy Farm, Food court and FREE parking.

Advance ticket price is $36

At the event, the price is $45. There is no fee charged on online ticket purchases. Youth and child tickets for the Cheese Fair are available. All other Festival events are age of majority only.

The Tutored Tasting presentations include how to pair artisan cheese with wine, how to pair artisan cheese with beer and a three-hour marathon tasting billed as You Be The Judge: Taste and score the 16 best cheeses in the Canadian Cheese Awards to determine the People’s Choice for Canadian Cheese of the Year. Separate tickets required.

A few special events like Gastronomy on the Farm with Jamie Kennedy and Cooking with Cheese Class are sold out already. Still available are tickets for Tutored Tastings, Cheese Tours—one in Prince Edward County, the other in Bay of Quinte Region—and Makers+Mongers.

{Figaro & Citrus Ginger Marmalade from Seed to Sausage}

{Seed to Sausage}

Images from Food Gypsy, Choosy-Beggars, TGCCF.

For more information visit, www.cheesefestival.ca
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How Do You #Herbamare?

"Nature give us everything we need to protect and maintain our health" - Alfred Vogel

 If you're a cook in the kitchen then you're in for a treat. 

Here's something that will spice up your meal and season your taste buds! A.Vogel's Herbamare is truly for salt loving gourmets. It is a seasoning salt that is healthier than your everyday table salt and made with freshly harvested, organic vegetables and grown herbs. 

All natural, Herbamare may just be your new secret weapon in the kitchen. Its unique taste enhances the flavour of any recipe. Trust me, it does!

Discover all the flavours:

The Original: Replaces dreary conventional table salt 
This fresh herb sea salt is made from freshly harvested herbs and vegetables; celery, leek, watercress, onions, chives, parsley, lovage, garlic, basil, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, and kelp. It is a fresh herb sea salt, which is singled out due to its intense taste and high quality. Herbamare can be used wherever ordinary cooking salt and sea salt are used.

Zesty & Tangy: Gives an extra tang of any recipe
Herbamare’s spicy sister and is made up of herbs and vegetables with the addition of chilli and pepper.  Spicy goes well with all piquant and ‘hot’ meals, such as pasta, pizza, lasagne, Mexican dishes, meat dishes, Asian dishes and of course grills. Ideal for all those who like things a bit spicier.

Sodium-free : A tasty salt replacement
This zero sodium diet salt (salt substitute for food), made from potassium chloride, magnesium chloride, fresh, aromatic, dried and organically grown vegetables and herbs, and the mineral rich, iodiferous sea alga and kelp.

Look out for more Herbamare blog post and see how I incorporate it into my everyday cooking!

Follow the #Herbamare hashtag for recipes, menu ideas and Herbamare contests and giveaways this June!

All images were taken with a Nikon D3100.


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Taste of Kingston | Mac n Cheese

My love affair with mac n cheese started in the good old days of university where I wanted a quick meal. I could not stand Kraft Dinner as it truly upset my stomach but thanks to Campus One Shop, a gourmet grocery & convenience store on my way home from campus, I was introduced to Annie's Shells & White Cheddar while browsing an aisle one day. That's where an appropriate "uh-oh" can be said. It just went downhill from there. Late night study sessions and group work, meant whipping out a box of Annie's. I 'indulged' on Annie's Shells & White Cheddar. To my amazement it was made of 100% real cheese and organic ingredients as well as easy to make. Fast forward four years, my love of cheese and pasta has grown significantly and of course, there's no calorie counting when it comes to mac n cheese. I have found an amazing recipe for mac n cheese thanks to my partner and no longer resort to a packet of cheese mix! This gal can now make her own cheese sauce from scratch and does not skimp out on the cheese. A blend of extra old white cheddar and gruyere is my favourite. 

Side note: If you're a cheese lover, I hope to see you The Great Canadian Cheese Festival in Picton!!

Cheesey, gooey, warm blanket of comfort that a good mac n cheese provides is simply heavenly. Though I do not make this dish on a regular basis, I am obsessed! So when going out, it is always a delight to see what chefs come up with as each one is always unique. Being in the city of Kingston, the possibilities are endless - these are some of the mac n cheese dishes I have had the pleasure to indulge in:

Macdonald Macaroni & Cheese
Baked macaroni & cheese with crispy bacon, diced onions & peppers, chili flakes and toasts.

{Sir John's Public House}

Lobster Bisque Mac 'n Cheese 
Lobster cream, local curd, romano and gruyere cheese with mezze rigatoni baked au gratin.


Aztec Mac & Cheese 
Pasta tubes married with the Mansion's three cheese cream sauce, salsa and ground beef. Served with home-styled garlic bread.

Note: The Aztec Mac & Cheese is no longer served as of January 2016 BUT! Here are two new dishes that you are sure to love: 

Buffalo Wing and Blue Mac & Cheese
Farfalle Bowtie Pasta, local seasoned beef tossed in a white wine and shallot three cream sauce with a baked panko bread crumb and blue cheese crust.

Mansion Mac & Cheese
Farfalle Bowtie Pasta, BBQ sauced pulled chicken tossed in a white wine and shallot three cream sauce with a baked panko bread crumb and black river cheddar cheese, topped with homemade salsa.

{The Mansion}

This next dish, technically does not constitute as a real mac n cheese but it is literally the only item I'll get at Jack Astor's as it is doused in a savoury creamy cheese sauce.

Asiago Chicken Bowties
Fresh chicken breast, grilled with an Asiago cheese crust. Served on bowtie pasta tossed in a creamy cheese sauce with semi-sun-dried tomatoes.

{Jack Astor's Kingston}

Kingston's culinary scene has welcomed so many unique businesses with a twist these paste few years - MltDwn and Farm Girl Foods are prime examples. One a mortar and brick restaurant located on Princess Street specializing in gourmet sandwiches, while the other a food truck situated in City Park doing quality comfort food with a seasonal twist. The next two are mac n cheese dishes are a true Kingston twist!

Mac n Cheese Signature Sandwich
Kraft Dinner, American cheddar and aged cheddar on Texas White.


Mac 'N Cheese Fritters
A blend of 3 cheeses, breaded in a panko herb crust and lightly fried. Served with spiced ketchup. 

{Farm Girl Food}

Though not in Kingston but a mere 20 minutes away, the Socialist Pig in Gananoque has to be given honorary mentions for their mac n cheese made with american cheddar and heavy cream! It always satisfied my lunch time craving.

{Socialist Pig}

Next up to try:

 Farm Girl Food 
Smoky Mac 'N Cheese Melt Sandwich with Panko Crusted Bacon & Tomato

The Keg
Oven baked elbow macaroni pasta in a rich cheese sauce. Topped with Dungeness crab and finished with grated Parmesan.

Iron Duke

Does your restaurant have a mac n cheese inspired dish? Let me know!
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Brock Street Block Party


Here's another fab event taking place this weekend:

On Saturday May 24th (that's tomorrow!), between 2 and 4 pm come on down to Brock Street between Ontario and Wellington streets to celebrate this unique piece of our downtown business community. Enjoy face painting, free food, samples, and a chat with your friendly local merchants.

There will be lots of tasty and free treats to be enjoyed from Cooke's Fine Foods and Coffee, Le Chien Noir, Atomica, Sipps Coffee and Dessert Bar, Kingston Olive Oil Company, Casa Domenica, Olivéa Restaurant and special promotions from Cher-Mere Canada.

In addition, there will be free entertainment:
Harpist Neal Cameron, folk musicians Krya & Tully, eclectic sing-along tunes by Roger James, jazz musician Paul Clifford & Friends, storytelling from Kingston Frontenac Public Library, and a collective art project by My City Speaks.

See you on Saturday from 2-4pm on Brock Street!

Follow the latest news using #brockstblockparty on Twitter and follow @DARNKingston.

For more information visit www.darnkingston.ca


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Oatmeal Pancakes

When it comes to the weekend, I always look forward to making something scrumptious in the morning for brunch. A fan of eggs benedict's, waffles and of course pancakes, I thought I'd mix things up with a healthy version!


2 cups all purpose flour
2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups milk
2 large eggs
1/4 cup vegetable oil


Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and 1 cup of oats. Mix until coarsely grind oats. In a large bowl, whisk together milk, eggs and oil. Add dry ingredients and the remaining 1 cup of oats and whisk until moistened.

Final Step:

Lightly oil preheated skillet or griddle. Spoon out 2-3 tablespoons of batter and drop. Remember to keep them on the smaller side as they are easier to flip. Cook until a few bubbles burst, usually 1-2 minutes. Then flip carefully with a spatula and cook until browned on the underside, another minute.

Makes 7-8 pancakes.

Then top with your favourite local maple syrup and fresh fruits!

Images was taken with a Moto X thanks to Rogers.


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Tim Horton's 50th Birthday

On May 17th, 2014, Tim Horton is celebrating its 50th anniversary!

So if you are a true Canadian, come in and celebrate with a FREE Birthday Cake Donut, while supplies last.

Images from Tim Hortons.


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Seed to Sausage | Day of the Pig 2014

"Local. Ethical. Humble."

This, Saturday, May 17th, Michael McKenzie, founder and president of Seed to Sausage Corp. based in Sharbot Lake, Ontario hosts a food festival dubbed Day of The Pig. It's an annual party showcasing hand-crafted artisan meats, roasted lamb and pork, artisan pizza, local and area artisan cheese, local wines and oh so much more. Great chefs will be on site, cooking and drinking demos along with a slew of great individuals supporting local foods and producers, as well as your chance to build your own business!

Slow Taco
Le Chien Noir
Whole Roast Pig
Enright Cattle Organic Burgers
Bier Markt

Play - Cooking Demos
Michael Blackie of Next Food
Making Bacon The Seed to Sausage Way
Nat's Bread: Clay Oven Bread Baking
Jeff O'Reilly of Prime Pubs
Michael Cipollo of Bier Markt

Beaus  Beer
Big Rig Brewery
Harvey and Vers
Casa Dea Wine
Three Dog Wine

The Foley Mountain Playboys
The Huaraches
Kyra and Tully

Come play, drink and eat with Seed to Sausage!

Location: 12821 HWY 38, Tichborne K0H 2V0

Time: 11am-8pm

{Le Chien Noir - BBQ chicken and potato salad}

{Harvey and Vern's Olde Fashioned Soda with samples of their delicious all natural, cane sugar sweetened Cream Soda and Ginger Beer}

Images from Atomica.

Thanks To
Findlay Foods | Ital Foods | Farm Boy | Beaus Beer | Big Rig Brewery
Harvey and Vers | Casa Dea Wine | Three Dog Wine | Nat's Bread
Frontenac CFDC | FAB

For more information visit: www.seedtosausage.ca
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Food Revolution Day

Let's get kids excited about food!

Food Revolution Day is a global day of action to keep cooking skills alive.

It’s about celebrating the importance of cooking good food from scratch and raising awareness of how it impacts our health and happiness – everyone should know about food and it starts with getting kids food smart, making cooking fun and inspiring a love of food that will last a lifetime.

Food Revolution Day is a campaign by the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation. With over 42 million children worldwide now overweight or obese by the age of five, Jamie Oliver believes it’s up to everyone – governments, businesses, schools, parents to work together to help reverse this preventable situation. By 2030, it’s predicted that 41% of the world population will be overweight or obese. So we best get on this issue ASAP!

As many of you know, over the past few years, Jamie has been passionate about promoting food education for kids and young people whether in schools or at home, and believes that we all “have a duty to teach children to understand what food does to their bodies if we’re going to make any progress in tackling obesity and diet-related disease.”

Getting kids cooking from as early as possible helps them to develop an essential life skill which will have a huge impact on their future health and well-being” says Oliver.

This year the global Food Revolution Day Ambassadors want as many people as possible to get involved – showing children how important it is to understand where food comes from, how to cook it and how it affects our bodies.  That involvement can be as simple as helping a child to cook a meal from scratch or getting them to try a new ingredient.

We have the ability to enact change and make a significant difference with our collective voice and reach.

 Sign this petition and then share it with the hashtag of #FoodRevolutionDay.

Let's do this!

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Taste of Kingston | Memorial Centre Farmers' Market

This Sunday, May 11th, 2014, the Memorial Centre Farmers' Market is back!

"The Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market is 100% producer-run. All products are grown and produced in the Kingston foodshed – within about 100km of the market.  The MCFM aims to expand the market share of sustainably-produced food in Kingston. This market will get you eating and enjoying agricultural, craft and ready-to-eat products."

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Chef Movie

Good Food + Passion + Social Media + Food Truck = Chef

In theatres May 9th, Chef is an American comedy directed, co-produced, written by and starring Jon Favreau. Wow can one guy do any more? The film co-stars Robert Downey, Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sofía Vergara, Dustin Hoffman, and John Leguizamo. A good looking crew indeed!

A tidbit of what Chef is about:

"Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) is an L.A. chef who made his early rep creating adventurous food but for the past few years has run the kitchen at a more conservative restaurant that pushes the same expert meals each evening. When Carl hears that Ramsey Michel (Oliver Platt), a food critic and one of Carl’s early champions, is to dine there that evening, he dreams up an innovative menu — but is overruled by his boss Riva (Dustin Hoffman) who wants him just to “play your hits.” He refuses and is fired. The critic tweets a derisory review, and Carl storms back into the restaurant, unleashing a harangue that other diners record. It goes viral. With no prospects for restaurant work, he must return to his roots and find artistic satisfaction as the owner-chef of a taco food truck." - Richard Corliss, Times

"With its gags about Twitter and food truck - triggered flash mobs, in 10 years it'll feel as dated as the '80s nouvelle cuisine in American Psycho. But for today, the irony is Chef is so charmingly middlebrow that it's exactly the cinematic comfort food it mocks: Favreau has made not a game-changing meal to remember but a perfect chocolate lava cake." - Amy Nicholson, Village Voice

Let's get ready foodies for a night out and be sure not to come hungry!

All images are courtesy of Open Road Films.


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Taste of Kingston | Two Nuts in a Food Truck

The sun is shining, the warm weather is around the corner and what better way than to welcome a new food truck to town! Two Nuts in a Food Truck is the latest addition to Kingston's fast growing trend of food trucks. The name says it all, it is a husband and wife duo specializing in hand crafted food. They truly are nuts but work magic in the kitchen.

From a Cabernet marinara sauce, slow roasted meats and a house made BBQ sauce, dishes served up at Two Nuts in a Food Truck are finger linkin' good!

You can't miss this bright orange truck dubbed Betsy on the streets of Kingston, Ontario!

A sneak peek at their menu:

Bonkers Cheese Steak
Sliced AAA Sirloin beef, provolone cheese, caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, housemade BBQ sauce.

Looney Tunes Chicken Quesadilla
Slow roasted BBQ Chicken, housemade BBQ sauce, mixed cheeses, green onions, roasted red peppers.

The Insane Mighty Meatball
Handcrafted meatballs, provolone cheese, cabernet marinara, parmesan cheese.

Deranged Burger
Lean ground beef on a sesame seed bun with lettuce and tomato.

Served on a fresh bun or flour tortilla.

Find Two Nuts in a Food Truck at 292 Wellington Street, Kingston!

Twitter: @twonutsfood
Facebook: Two Nuts Food Truck

They will also be at Ribfest Kingston on September 5-7, 2014!

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