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SIAL to feature flavours from around the world

TORONTO — When SIAL Canada lands in Toronto, the food show will feature imports from 50 countries. The Canadian arm of the show, which rotates annually between Toronto and Montreal, will take place at the Enercare Centre from May 2 to 4. (Use promo code

Taco Bell Canada plans to serve alcohol

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Taco Bell Canada plans to offer booze with its burritos at select locations this summer. The quick service chain also announced plans to grow from 170 restaurants in seven provinces to 700 units over the next five to 10 years. Starting i

Nominations still open for Basque Culinary prize

An international award aimed at recognizing projects that “improved society through gastronomy” has made a call for Canadian nominations. Basque Culinary World Prize, now in its second year, was created to recognize chefs’ work “beyond the kitchen

REDD SKULL Hotsauce: a culinary connection between Orangeville and Helsinki

ORANGEVILLE, Ont. — A plan to open a chicken wing restaurant in Helsinki, Finland has created a hot sauce company producing small batches in Europe and Canada. Dylan Broda, a Canadian expat living in the Finnish capital, began testing hot sauce recipes

Centennial College, CAFP launch paid internship pilot program

TORONTO — A new hospitality internship program will pay students in experience as well as cash. Centennial College’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts and the Toronto branch of Canadian Association of Foodservice Professionals ( CAFP )

The evolution of fast casual

Fewer staff members in a smaller space allow restaurant operators to provide a higher quality meal at a lower price. By Bill Tremblay W hile attending the French Culinary Institute in New York City, chef Shahir Massoud discovered Roman cuisine. Massoud wa

Sticks and Stones helps build Grassroots Restaurant Group

SASKATOON — When chef Dale MacKay and Christopher Cho set out to open their third restaurant, they turned to Cho’s mother to help create the menu. Sticks and Stones , which opened in mid-April at 226 2 Ave. South in Saskatoon, will feature Korean and

Hamilton: an oasis for new restaurateurs

HAMILTON, Ont. — For restaurant consultant Jarrett Young, Hamilton’s hospitality sector has unlimited potential. After leaving his role as vice-president of operations for Oliver Bonacini about two years ago, Young created BluePrint Hospitality, a con

MTY is purchasing The Works

MONTREAL — The Works Gourmet Burger Bistro is in the process of joining the MTY Food Group Inc. family of restaurants. On May 8, MTY announced one of its subsidiaries has signed an agreement to acquire the assets of The Works Gourmet Burger Bistro for a

Five hospitality schools get SMART

OTTAWA — Tourism HR Canada has announced the first five post-secondary programs to achieve its SMART accreditation. The national recognition was created by Tourism HR Canada to honour programs that exceed industry standards. The inaugural five programs

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