This week we will set off on an 800-km drive to Quebec City to see an amazing spectacle at a gathering of Tall Ships.
Knowing how cruise lines score in annual award competitions is a good place to start when looking for a ship that suits your lifestyle and pocketbook.
What’s a wine guy to do when he finds himself in a place where no wine is produced? Why, set out in search of that Normandy nectar Calvados, of course.
In the third new episode of Market to Table, Chef Dan Frenette visits the St. Lawrence Farmers’ Market and cooks up a succulent braised bison short rib cottage pie back in the […]
In the second episode of the new season of Market to Table, Chef Dan Frenette returns to the St. Lawrence Market to shop and makes succulent crackling skin capon supreme with carrot […]
In the first episode of the new season of Market to Table, Chef Dan Frenette shops at The Stop Farmers’ Market at the Artscape Wychwood Barns and creates tasty butternut squash and […]
More than 50 single malts have rolled across my palate since Gentleman’s Portion launched in December 2012, but I’m still discovering new and tempting treats.
Santiago is the perfect gateway to Chile’s best wine regions, including the stunning Colchagua Valley with its collection of world-renowned vintners.
A slow boat to Brazil’s colonial coast, fabulous cities and glittering beaches brings back memories of the golden age of cruising.
Many modern passenger vessels look more like bloated condominiums than elegant ocean liners. But do all the fabulous amenities inside a ship make up for an ugly exterior?