Andrea has an insatiable curiosity for all things food and drink. If you ever find yourself dining with her, be warned that she’ll ask for one bite or sip of whatever you’re having. She has a taste for sour beverages (whether cocktail or ale) and always manages to find room for dessert. When not eating or drinking, you can find Andrea biking around Toronto on her beat-up cruiser (weather permitting) in search of her next forkful.
We visit San Antonio, one of the fastest growing cities in the US, to find out how chef-entrepreneurs are replacing the city’s tacos-and-brisket reputation.
Andrea Yu ventures along the fringes of Arizona’s Sonoran desert to discover arid landscapes, farms and orchards bearing an unexpectedly diverse array of crops.
We take a hard look at the ongoing problem of hunger in Toronto.
With intense flavours and almost a savoury quality, volcanic wines are unlike anything you’ve ever tried. Canada’s first Master Sommelier, John Szabo, tells us why we should be paying more attention to these compelling wines in his latest book Volcanic Wines: Salt, Grit and Power.