The Tomato

January-February 2017

Features

The Cookbooks Chefs Love
Which cookbooks inspire a chef? | Mary Bailey

Battle of the Food Champs
Alberta cooks compete at the World Food Championships | Milena Santoro

Candy is Dandy
We are experiencing a confectionary moment | Mary Bailey

Departments

Dish
Gastronomic happenings around town

Feeding People
Restoration over resolution | Lalitha Taylor

The Proust Culinary Questionnaire
Gail Hall 1951-2016

Beer Guy
Barley brothers | Peter Bailey

Wine Maven
Mary Bailey

Drink
Canadian whisky roundup | Davin de Kergommeaux

Kitchen Sink
What’s new and notable

According to Judy
How long is a longtime? | Judy Schultz

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