Author Archives: Abby Ainsworth
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: August 30, 2013
Our conversation with arguably one of the most creative chefs in Toronto today, Claudio Aprile.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: April 26, 2013
A conversation with Mark Isreal of Doughnut Plant.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: August 13, 2012
A look into New York’s top chocolate purveyors – pleasantly not as loony as the Gene Wilder rendition.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: April 30, 2012
Searching for that NYC hunger fix? Look no further than the streets of Brooklyn to get ripped…on food.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: January 21, 2012
Located on the cement roof of a lively Parkdale restaurant unexpectedly lays an assortment of luscious vegetation. Lemon balm, mojito mint and stinging nettle just to name a few, breed vivaciously out of plastic bins, which supply the restaurant below. It’s an excellent type of sustainable urban agriculture that the creators hope will soon be [...]
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: October 18, 2011
Meet Chad Robertson, San Francisco’s very own baker extraordinaire.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: February 16, 2011
Yes… I. AM. CANADIAN. BUT that doesn’t mean I will ever get used to our cold and gloomy winters. To get me to go anywhere these days I have to know that wherever I am going, I will eat amazing food. Dramatic? Yes. Snobby? Maybe. But the only reason I would ever trek in the [...]
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: November 30, 2010
When it comes to Offal cuisine nobody knows it better that Chris Cosentino. We recently got the chance to sit down with him and talk about the progression of this type of cooking and the barriers he has encountered thus far.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: November 4, 2010
Nobody goes for ice cream in the fall right? Wrong. Humphry Slocombe is San Francisco’s go-to ice cream parlor, regardless of the season.