Tag: Marysol Foucault
Food For Thought 2017
For the past seven years, the culinary arts program at Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School has put on a swanky soirée in support of a good cause. And to give its student chefs a chance to work with the pros. If you’ve a hankering for fine dining at a bargain price, this night delivers. Fifty-five bucks buys […]
The 2014 Canadian Culinary Championships
It may not sound like high praise, but when you are judging your nineteenth Black Box competition plate featuring cherries as one of the mandatory components, to have the praise of the entire table of judges (“this was hand’s down the finest use of those cherries”) is indeed noteworthy. We were at the Canadian Culinary […]
Marysol Foucault takes the Gold Medal!
It’s tough to pretty up wild boar. And so you wouldn’t call Marysol Foucault’s winning dish the most beautiful of the evening. But it was, in the unanimous opinion of the judges at last night’s Gold Medal Plates at the National Arts Centre, the most thoughtfully constructed. It was also brilliantly well executed — it had some […]