Posted in October 2015

A table in Montreal

A table in Montreal

  Follow Rue Notre-Dame west to the end of your tourist map and you’ll come to one of Montreal’s hottest neighbourhoods, Saint-Henri, where new shops and restaurants are opening weekly. We began our tour at Lionel-Groulx metro station, a short walk from Atwater Market. In the early 1900s, St.-Henri was home to French Canadians and working class … Continue reading

Falling for figs

Falling for figs

As a kid, Julian Sarraino remembers being curious about the weird fruit his family ate when they visited Sicily. “Once I started eating them, I thought, ‘Wow, this is really good, not too sweet and with a great texture,’ ” says Sarraino, vice-president marketing and sales for Fresh Taste at the Ontario Food Terminal. Depending … Continue reading