George is the best restaurant and Toronto's top fine dining restaurant. Chef Lorenzo Loseto engages diners with his compelling lunch and dinner menus, inspired by his traditional yet creative approach to smart seasonal cuisine.
Are you surprised? In this article, the noted wine writer Jancis Robinson once again states that there is little or no correlation in wine between price and value. Indeed, there may be a reverse correlation in the case where a producer releases three classes of wine: entry level, premium and super premium. She invariably finds Read More
We noticed that Bon Appetit had a video on cooking fish correctly so that you achieved a good, crusty skin. The video was by Eric Rippert, the famous French Chef who started Le Bernardin in New York, and has the bonus of including how to simultaneously prepare a bed of mushrooms and asparagus, with a delicious sauce Read More
A few people pointed us to the following recipe in the New York Times. It is chicken in a cream sauce. It has all the good ingredients but it completely got away from us when we cooked it. It involves frying a chicken in a heavy frying pan and finishing it with good cognac and Read More
Sometime ago we recommended that almost all cooks could improve their skills by using a cookbook, The Food Lab, as a good source for basic cooking techniques – from roasting to gravy making to vegetable prep, etc. The author is J Lenzi Lopez-Alt. He happens to have a website which is fun to read and Read More
Qu’Appelle Beef, managed by one of our sons, launched its line of Saskatchewan organic and grassfed beef in Toronto at Longo’s which gave away sliders. Chef Loseto was asked to provide a recipe and here is what he and his Sous Chef, Harris Jones, came up with: 1. Beef and Pancetta Sliders 1 lb ground Read More