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Category Archives: Parma Palate – My Year in Italy
Parma Palate – I Graduated!
I Graduated!Earlier this month I received my Masters of Food Culture, Communicating Quality Products from the University of Gastronomic Sciences near Parma, Italy. To see photos from my grad week in Italy visit my Facebook photo albums here and here. … Continue reading
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Parma Palate – Nine Months in 17 Minutes
I have been back in Canada for almost two months now, and it’s about time I posted our mammoth slide/music production that condenses all of the adventures my class at the University of Gastronomic Sciences had over nine months of … Continue reading
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Food For Thought – Favourite Food Moments from School
This week with the help of some of my classmates I look back on some of the most memorable food moments from our nine months here at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Colorno, Italy. You can listen to an … Continue reading
Food For Thought – Barcelona Public Markets
This week on Food For Thought I talk about the public market system in Barcelona, Spain. At right is a photo of La Boqueria market, one of the most diverse and vibrant markets I have ever visited. The City of … Continue reading
Parma Palate – Second Anniversary
My wife Ramona came to visit me in Italy to coincide with our second anniversary…yes, it’s already been two years! We spent time in Milan, Florence, Siena, Panzano, Venice, Bologna, Colorno and Rapallo on the Italian Riveria. I made up … Continue reading
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Food For Thought – Wine Barrel Making in France
This week I feature a documentary on my visit to the Francois Freres Cooperage in Burgundy, France. I watched the barrel-making process from raw log to finished product, and you can listen to the mp3 of the audio file here … Continue reading