Montreal Gazette

Julian Armstrong makes Taste Canada short list for culinary writing awards
Montreal Gazette
The Montreal's Gazette's Julian Armstrong has been shortlisted for a Taste Canada food writing award, for Made in Quebec: A Culinary Journey. Several other Quebec foodies made the shortlist, in French and English. The 2015 edition of Taste Canada ...
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Taste Canada honours food writers
Hamilton Spectator
TORONTO Canadian food authors are being recognized for covering topics as wide-ranging as getting children to eat what's put in front of them, beer appreciation, and the inspiration for cuisine in such far-flung regions as Quebec and Vancouver Island.

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