1. Jamie D in Australia: An Overview of The Barossa

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    • Jamie D in Australia: The Barossa Cheese Company

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      • Shaka Crash

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        A big Shaka crash from The Trench at West Wittering this week. Kit: 4.2 Edge and 91 Flare with 16cm K4 Freestyle Fin.

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        • Jamie D in Australia: A Visit To The Sydney Fishmarket

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          • Jamie Drummond on Food and Wine #49 Adly Gawad (Paramour)

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            If there is one gentleman whose name is simply synonymous with superlative restaurant service in Toronto then it can only be Adly Gawad. From THAT notorious Chapati truck, through all of the Lees (Susur and Splendido) to the environs of Ossington’s delightful Paramour, Adly has always been there to add that special something to your one’s dining experience. He is a fellow that could seriously teach Front Of House staff worldwide a thing or two about the finer aspects of service. If you work in hospitality in any capacity it would serve you well to listen carefully to this man… www.goodfoodrevolution.com

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            • Good Food Fighter Profile: Cumbrae's

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              This week we speak with another of our wonderful Good Food Fighters, Butcher and Owner of Toronto's Cumbrae's, Stephen Alexander. www.goodfoodrevolution.com

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              • Jamie D in Australia: A Visit To The Sydney Fishmarket

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                • Jamie Drummond on Food and Wine #97 Jancis Robinson MW

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                  When I first began recording these podcasts/videocasts way back in 2007, I decided to compile a wish-list of persons that I would one day like to interview. Jancis Robinson (Master of Wine) was at the very top of that list. Not only was she at the top of that list due to my great respect for her admirable body of work, but also she took the number one spot because of her distinctive charm and wit, something that can be found throughout everything she puts her mind to. Whilst in London for Wines of South Africa's Cape Wine Europe tasting I was utterly delighted to receive a message (via GFR's Zoltan Szabo) that Jancis would be able to take a little time out of her busy schedule to meet for a glass of wine and a chat at the Fortum and Mason Wine Bar.

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                  • Jamie Drummond on Food and Wine #131 Food Day Canada 2012

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                    On Saturday the fourth of August I had the distinct pleasure of celebrating Food Day Canada 2012 on Prince Edward Island with Anita Stewart and Chef Michael Smith courtesy of Canadian Lentils. Now, you may be a little confused here, what with lentils and PEI being mentioned in the same sentence, but please bear with me dear readers, I’ll get around to explaining all of that in just a moment. Food Day Canada began way back in 2003 as a way to show support for the agricultural community who were suffering terrible financial hardships due to the recently imposed US sanctions upon Canadian beef during the BSE crisis. From Anita Stewart’s original conception, The World’s Longest Barbecue, grew what is now known as Food Day Canada, an annual mid-summer coast-to-coast celebration of Canada’s rich culinary heritage and the farmers, fishers, researchers, chefs, cooks, and servers who work each and every day to bring us food from the best managed food system in the world. Now, about those lentils… Unbeknownst to me until about three weeks ago, Canada produces around 70% of the world’s supply of lentils, making us the world’s leading exporter of the pulse, with 95% of that production coming from Saskatchewan. Lentils are a relatively new crop to Canada, with the first commercial plantings happening in 1970. In 2011 the lentil export business was doing pretty damn well, with over $872,956,572 in exports, most of that going to India. That’s a lot of money… and one hell of a lot of lentils when one considers how inexpensive they are! Chef Michael Smith has been working with Canadian Lentils since March of 2012 to help promote lentils as an affordable, nutritious, and versatile Canadian food. Through the Canadian Lentils’ website Chef Smith has presented a series of 12 webisodes that are stacked with cooking tips, and simple recipes that highlight the simplicity and versatility of Canadian lentils. Sharing this marvellous Food Day Canada experience with me were the two joint winners of Canadian Lentils’ Love Your Lentils competition. 25 Chefs participated in the contest, each submitting a signature lentil dish with their recipes being posted online. Canadians were invited to vote for their favourite and at the close of the competition a tie was declared between Chef Charles Part (Les Fougères, Chelsea, Quebec) and Chef Norman Aitken (Juniper Kitchen and Wine Bar, Ottawa) and the recipes for their winning dishes can still be viewed on the aforementioned website. A video documentation of our day spent together “hunting and gathering” on Prince Edward Island is below…

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