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Inspired by the contrasts discovered between old and new Quebec, artist & writer Heather Kapplow dreams up a play on the most Québécois of all native foods: Poutine.
Last summer, writer Heather Richie spent a 24-hour layover in Abu Dhabi while traveling from Johannesburg to New York, and went on a mission to find local cheese.
Until about 1980, most Aussies and Kiwis had a universal love of just one cheese: mass-produced cheddar. Things have changed.
America’s neighbor has been quietly cultivating a rich food and wine culture, and Canadian cheesemakers have been busy winning awards for their efforts.
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