When it comes to local craft beer, names are not trivial and bereft of meaning. They provide lots of insights – and fun – when you consider Waterloo Region’s craft beer names and the brewers who named them.
December 15, 2019 – Feast On chef Thompson Tran of The Wooden Boat Food Co. in Kitchener was recently featured as part of the Culinary Tourism Alliance‘s Kitchen Party series where they sit down with Feast On Chefs to get to know them, and the local foods that inspire them, a little better.
Here’s some of what Chef Tran had to say:
All herbs! Cilantro, dill, perilla, mint, sorrel, watercress, mustard greens.
It is all about accountability. The Food and Hospitality industry is small, competitive, and fickle. All restaurants rely on returning patrons to support their businesses and need to accurately and constantly tell their story in a transparent, honest, and clear manner. There are many ways to achieve this, but one of the easiest ways is through the partnership of non-profits like Feast On, who provide third-party assessments of our claims.
A visit to Ambrosia Corner Bakery for a coffee and a perfectly baked kouign-amann, chat with Aura, the owner of this cute local community icon. Followed by a quick visit to the Kitchener indoor/outdoor farmers market for fresh local products, hand-made artisan foods and crafts, with a side hop to Golden Hearth Bakery for any number of freshly baked loaves of crusty artisan bread.
To read the entire interview and discover more of Chef Tran’s Perfect Weekend in Kitchener picks, click here