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Provence food best thing I ever tasted

A potato pissaladière with sardines and anchovies was one of the best things I tasted in Marseille. To battle this long cold winter, my daydreams turn to Provence, the scenic crossroads of...

July Travel: Louisville Bourbon and Ziplining

A bourbon with champagne drink served in a flute glass is a house specialty at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville. Traveling vicariously or planning future forays away? Today’s travel section will inspire...

Best breakfast ever a Canadian treat

Smoked Atlantic salmon crepe with citrus crème fraiche, a hard cooked egg with pickled red onions and fried capers as served for breakfast at Escabeche in the Prince of Wales Hotel, Niagara-on-the-Lake....

Catching Mediterranean sardines for lunch

A small wooden shed holds nets that are lowered  into the sea to catch sardines near the mouth of the Po River off Ravenna, Italy. Maybe it’s my Norwegian heritage or perhaps...

Nantes Loire location shapes its food

This fish monger’s stall was one of the busiest early on a Wednesday morning at Nantes’ Talensac Market. The food of Nantes, once at the Atlantic Ocean mouth of France’s Loire River,...

Making a ganache

A ganache is one of those wonderful kitchen treats – something that has a lot of different uses and can be made in just a few minutes and kept up to three...

Making ricotta style cheese

Thursday’s Food story will have some great recipes for late season produce, including baked tomatoes topped with ricotta and basil. You can buy ricotta, which is a fresh cheese that should be...

Special butter for fresh corn

Thursday’s Food column makes my mouth water all over again for freshly prepared corn on the cob. While presiding at the ICASI booth at Chardon’s Friday farmers market,  Chef John Sheehan handed...