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 discover why the Oliver-Osoyoos wine region in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is a forward-thinking locale for women in winemaking.
We ask if the Canadian craft beer industry doing enough to address the lack of diversity in its ranks, and find out what you can do to help.
We drop in on Afrim Pristine to see how the maître fromager at Cheese Boutique has made his kitchen the centre of his home.
We get an inside peek in the kitchen with Cory Vitiello, his partner Martina Sorbara, better known by her stage name Dragonette, and their son Barlow.
Mental health and substance abuse have long been ignored in the hospitality industry. We speak to the chefs and bartenders that are bringing awareness to the issue.
These grown-up gin and whisky advent calendars feature 24 unique boozy treats behind each window.
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.