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A Taste of Canada

When the culinary world "discovered" fusion, Canada was already familiar with the concept. The tastes of Canada incorporate French techniques & ingredients from the First Nations, plus those brought by immigrants from Africa, Asia, & Europe. When farm-to-table became popular, the tastes of Alberta ranches, British Columbia wineries, and the bounty of the Atlantic & Pacific were already commonplace. Wherever top chefs are headed next, Canada has likely done it. That's why you've got to go taste.
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207 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 1A7, Canada
Canada’s largest cities, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver suffer from an embarrassment of riches, with too many top restaurants to visit in one vacation. Fortunately for the traveler determined to taste the best of the cities’ cuisine, culinary...
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If you want to try the world’s best pinot noir, one of the most difficult wines to produce, you don’t need to fly to France. The Mission Hill winery in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley has mastered the secrets of the “heartbreak grape,” and...
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Quebec City, QC, Canada
Along the St. Lawrence Waterway near Quebec City, the Gourmet Route will also appeal to cyclists with refined palates—though it can also, of course, be explored by car. Some 25 stops along the route include artisans producing preserves, honey, and...
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Charlottetown, PE, Canada
In the world’s second largest country by area, Prince Edward Island is the smallest province. (It’s a little smaller than Delaware, as a point of comparison.) The island may be little but it packs a big culinary punch. A green farm in the...
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Dawson, YT, Canada
When it comes to culinary bragging rights, fried ants and grasshoppers tacos are nothing compared to a cocktail with a dehydrated human toe. To get your official certificate as a member of the Sourtoe Cocktail Club, you’ll have to head to Dawson...
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369 Terminal Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 4C4, Canada
No meal can compete with the scenery you’ll pass on the Rocky Mountaineer trains which travel between Vancouver and Calgary. As you climb into the soaring Canadian Rockies and take in the other-worldly blues of Lake Louise, you may not look down...