During the “Golden Age” of Portugal, Lisbon was one of Europe’s greatest cities. And Iberia’s city on the Tagus still shines bright.
Chris Nuttall-Smith was the second best restaurant reviewer I’ve ever read on Toronto’s culinary scene. My late friend Gina Mallet was the best.
Florence is a living museum of Renaissance art and architecture, and home to some of the world’s most beautiful masterpieces.
What to do with left overs? Frittata, the Italian omelette, is one solution.
The right combination of sea and port days make for a much more enjoyable cruise ship vacation.
Putting all my adventures in the kitchen in one place may be the start of another cookbook, as a companion to my new television series, Market to Table, on Bell Fibe TV1 and YouTube.
“Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning.” – Giotto di Bondone, Italian painter and architect
“So Jim, you are going to become a wine importer are you? Well, the perks are wonderful, but you won’t make any money.” — John Tait, former manager of the Sherwood Park […]
“Maid of Athens, ere we part, Give, oh give me back my heart!” – Lord Byron
Now that I’ve become a true farmers’ market fan, through my TV show Market to Table, I’m a committed non-supermarket shopper.