The weather is getting colder, the leaves are beginning to change colour, and you hear everything about pumpkin spice. It’s official - we’ve entered fall! While there’s beauty in every season, fall is arguably one of the most beautiful and romantic of the seasons. The colder weather and warm drinks just make it a perfect time to get cozy.
We were so excited to recently participate in one of The Chef Upstairs’adult cooking classes, Canadian Winter Comforts, with Chef Pierre Beaumier. On the menu: a spiced squash and ginger soup, cornish hen with maple-glazed root vegetables and kale, and maple-whiskey butter tarts.
Cooking Brings Out a Creative Side for Kids - These creative minds and hands never cease to amaze us with what they are capable of whipping up in the kitchen. That’s why we wanted to hear directly from some of our youngest chefs what it is they love about cooking! Today we’re chatting with Lenore, 13, who has been part of The Chef Upstairs Family for over 2 years.