The home of In The Kitchen, Foodism's video series sharing exclusive recipes and how-to videos from Toronto's best chefs and bartenders.

A Day in the Life

For season three of In the Kitchen with Foodism, in partnership with George Brown College, we follow one of Toronto's top sommeliers, a Michelin-recognized head chef, and one of the city's favourite pastry chefs to find out how they cemented their spot in the industry.

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Back to Basics

For season two of In the Kitchen with Foodism: Back to Basics, we enlist the help of top chefs and sommeliers to decode the trickiest topics. George Brown College and its talented roster of graduates and instructors show us everything from starting your own garden to making dumplings.

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Season One

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to make restaurant-quality food from your kitchen or how your favourite dishes in the city were born, you’re not alone. With the help of some of the best in the biz, we invite you to roll up your sleeves and step into the kitchen for a dinner party like no other.

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Raise the bar with wine and cheese pairings from Elsa Macdonald and Afrim Pristine

Raise the bar this season with wine and cheese pairings from Principle Fine Wines and the Cheese Boutique's Afrim Pristine.

Unibroue’s Blanche de Chambly is this season's must-try beer

For a Belgian-style wheat beer that's as crisp as fall itself, try Unibroue’s Blanche de Chambly from Quebec.

Flex your hosting skills with Black River Cheese

Black River Cheese uses natural and local ingredients to make quality Canadian cheese that can elevate any gathering.

Cook with superior flavour, versatility and ease on a Traeger

The original wood fired grill, Traeger makes grilling easy with versatile and convenient features — and a sense of community. Welcome to the Traegerhood.

Take a trip to Japan with a high-quality blade from Toronto's favourite knife store

Tosho Knife Arts don't just sell knives — they work closely with the Japanese artisans who craft hand-forged steel blades and bring them to your kitchen.

Toronto's culinary institution is the community shopping experience we need right now

A pillar of the Toronto community, St. Lawrence Market's vendors have safely peddled their wares throughout the pandemic, offering in-person shopping, curbside pickup and delivery.

Introducing In the Kitchen with Foodism, our brand new chef-led video series

We've been cooking up something big — a deep dive into the city's best dishes and the people behind them, Foodism's new video series shares exclusive recipes from Toronto's best chefs and bartenders.

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