Author Archives: Chuck Ortiz
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: November 25, 2013
We were recently given the opportunity to test drive the new Lincoln MKZ for an entire day and take it to the restaurant of our choice.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: October 8, 2013
For ACQTASTE Issue 4, we’re taking you to the Pacific North West. For those of you that don’t already know, coffee is a huge part of the culture out there. Starting today, tag your ‘original’ coffee related photos on instagram with the hashtags #thecoffeeproject #acqtaste & the city you are from ie. #toronto. Feel free [...]
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: September 2, 2013
A couple weeks ago a pop-up made its debut at the KULTURA Festival at Wychwood Barns, well not just any pop-up. To delight your senses with Filipino inspired food, meet Horse & Carriage.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: June 19, 2013
Top Chef contestant and Royal Canadian Yacht Club Executive Chef, Jonathan Goodyear, definitely has a lot of things on his plate this year. That being said he somehow still manages to take time to head up to the cottage to spend time with his parents and re-centre himself. We were fortunate enough to head up [...]
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: January 10, 2013
I want to start off 2013 by thanking everyone that played a part in the success we had in 2012.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: November 30, 2012
I’m sure you are dying to see what the next issue looks like. Well, here’s another little teaser for you.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: November 22, 2012
Photo by Marco Scozzaro Here’s a look at the cover of our 3rd issue featuring New York’s very own Andrew Carmellini. A preview of the issue, along with pre-order info will be up shortly.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: October 4, 2012
A conversation with Erica Shea and Stephen Valand of Brooklyn Brew Shop.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: August 1, 2012
If you haven’t heard of Smorgasburg, let us fill you in.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: June 12, 2012
Toronto, one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world has every taste imaginable at your reach, yet some cultures fail to reach the masses. Filipino cuisine is one of them, but two 2nd generation Filipinos have recently taken it upon themselves to change all that.