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Ask & Answer: Technology at the Table

How has the digital revolution hit your foodservice operation? We asked a few Restaurants Canada members how they’ve adapted to the digital revolution – and incorporated technology into their businesses. From monitoring employee use, marketing and time-saving tools, here are their answers. Time-Saver Extraordinaire “Being a summer-only establishment, I only…

Celebrating Canada this National Caesar Day

Today is National Caesar Day, an undoubtedly exciting day for Canadians, and Caesar-lovers at large. As the Food Network says, “For Canadians, caesars are like hockey games, Tim Hortons, or even, dare I say, denim-on-denim. It defines us, unites us, and just makes us who we are. It’s the signature…

#Terroir2017: Save $100!

As Canada celebrates its 150th birthday, Terroir Symposium marks its gastronomic coming of age by honouring the culinary mosaic that resides on all three coasts. In this country of mountains, prairies, oceans, lakes and rivers, this year’s Terroir Symposium is delving into First Nations food traditions—inherently respectful of the natural world—and…

Nunastar’s Northern Experience

Tunngasugitsi IQALUNGNUT Angajuqqaaqarvik Nunavummi (Welcome to Iqaluit, Capital of Nunavut) The logistics of shipping, receiving and storing goods is an ongoing challenge in remote operations, especially with things like fresh produce. Having a backup plan is essential; the culinary team at Frobisher Inn is always prepared to substitute ingredients, or…

Digging for Yukon Gold: An ode to the mighty potato

Ode to the Potato – Barbara Hamby “They eat a lot of French fries here,” my mother announces after a week in Paris, and she’s right, not only about les pommes frites but the celestial tuber in all its forms: rotie, purée, not to mention au gratin or boiled and…