Food Day — Food Day - archived posts and awards

By: Food Day Canada  09-12-2011

/ December 18, 2010 2:13 pm

The University of Guelph Innovation Award is presented to restaurants from across Canada that approach food in a new and exciting manner with a particular emphasis on creativity and innovation. A menu design might solve a problem, add unusual flare

/ May 15, 2010 12:05 am

Food Day is pleased to announce that Anthony Walsh is joining this year’s judging panel for the first annual Food Day Awards. Walsh is one of Canada’s most respected Chefs, currently leading the charge at Oliver & Bonacini’s famous flagship

/ May 14, 2010 7:56 pm

We are pleased to announce the unveiling of version 1.0 of the new Food Day website. Yes, it will look flashier. Yes, it will look funkier. Yes, it will have more functionality. For now though, it is an ever-growing source

/ May 10, 2010 7:22 pm

Nancy Reeves of Charlottetown writes: “I will be hosting a BBQ on Saturday evening for friends and family. We will be spending the day at Crapaud Exhibition, as my son will be showing his 4-H calves in both the 4-H

/ August 7, 2004 7:26 pm

“Another wonderful excuse to have a summer party -celebrate our agri and aqua culture! Family members from Toronto and Brockville will join us in Ottawa for a BBQ – rain or shine it doesn’t matter!” The menu is a coast

/ August 2, 2003 12:24 am

Food Day 2003 was a momentous year, bringing Canadians from all three coasts together in solidarity with farmers. The idea was simple: at 6:00 PM “Your Time”, fire up the BBQ, invite some friends and celebrate Canadian Food. People from

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Food Day — Food Day - quebec

Chef Normand Laprise and business partner, Christine Lamarche have been regaling dinners and promoting their suppliers for as long as they’ve been in business. When we first met in 1999, Chef Alain Labrie was creating some of the finest dining experiences Quebec has ever seen at the iconic inn, Auberge Hatley. Chef Geneviève Filion was one of the marvellous team of Auberge Hatley who was determined to stay in the area after the inn’s fire.


Food Day — Food Day - ontario

From the classic elegance of Auberge du Pommier, Chef Jason Bangerter has catapulted onto the front lines of Toronto’s dining scene at Luma, a restaurant located in the Bell TIFF Lightbox in the theatre. Chef David Penny was snatched up by Four Seasons as soon as he graduated from Niagara Culinary Institute and sent to Hawaii. Since it opened, Envers of Morriston has been a haven for fine dining in the Guelph, K-W, Kitchener area.


Food Day — Food Day - prairies

In a location steeped in Canadian history, Buffalo Mountain Lodge is part of the family of Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts, a company who pioneered the concept of ‘mountain cuisine’. Opened in the fall of 2009 by Lauren Mentiplay, along with her husband Brian and sons Justin and Dylan Ludwig, the Fainting Goat is a real family-operated restaurant.


British Columbia - Food Day — Food Day

Chef Ronald St Pierre and Tricia St Pierre have created a culinary destination in the Comox Valley. Soft round notes of a hidden flute rise as the early summer sun sets over the Pacific. Mission Hill Family Estate Winery is the most beautiful winery in Canada. Tiny quail skitter quickly between the rows of grapes. Another Fabulous Food Day Canada Restaurant.


Great Restaurants - Food Day — Food Day

Located in a wonderful old bank building in downtown St. John’s, Chef Jeremy Charles celebrates both the modern and traditional ingredients of Newfoundland and Labrador. ** In the 1980s, long before others were even thinking ‘local food’, the dining room at the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver was bastion of Pacific Northwest Cuisine.


Canadians Celebrate - Food Day — Food Day

Because our top chefs deserve infinitely more attention than one day a year can provide, we will be launching a Featured Food Day Canada Restaurant column showcasing the imaginative menus that were served forth across the nation on July 30th. Located in a wonderful old bank building in downtown St. John’s, Chef Jeremy Charles celebrates both the modern and traditional ingredients of Newfoundland and Labrador.