Sep 22 2014

Beer-Basted Beef Shanks and Argentinian Corn Pudding Recipe

A stick-to-your-ribs family dinner your kids will love!

by: Gav Martell

One of the best cookbooks I came across this year was Seven Fires: Grilling the Argentine Way. While it's filled with some awesome and delicious recipes for grilled meats, it was this corn pudding recipe that's really won me over. It's like nothing you've tried before. Warm, comforting, full of fresh flavours and simple. Paired with this recipe for slow-cooked beer-basted beef shanks — you'll have the family running to the dinner table!
 
Aug 27 2014

Taking In A Baseball Game? Here's Where You Should Eat!

A look at some of the best places for Canadians to eat "just outside" some of America's ballparks

by: Gav Martell

Long before the Blue Jays ever played their first snowy game in April 1973, Canadians have been dipping south of the border for baseball road trips. While the game has always been cradled as America's past-time, the tradition of travelling from city to city to take in a game at multiple stadiums has practically become a Canadian rite of passage.

Aug 11 2014

Just How Safe Are Canada's Food Allergen Warnings?

A look at the effectiveness of food allergy labels

by: Gav Martell

For approximately 7% of Canadians, food allergies are no laughing matter. Those with food allergies have immune systems that mistakenly react to proteins in certain foods. Reactions can range from minor skin irritations, to gastro-intestinal issues,  respiratory or cardiovascular problems, and even death. Health Canada has implemented strict rules when it comes to labelling packaged foods with allergen warnings.

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By day, Gav is VP at a software company. Otherwise he is busy cooking up a storm, exploring culinary travels, drinking craft beer, training for half-marathons, playing endless amounts of hockey, and being a dad to three awesome taste-testers — not necessarily in that order.

 

You can find Gav on his food blogGrill Interruptedwhere he takes a break from the busy to jot down some recipes. He is always on the lookout for new foods to experiment with and new ways to get the kids helping out behind the counter.

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