Chef Chris Squire | Duck Confit | London, Ontario Private Chef
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In our world where loss is measured in the passing years and hope, rests not with experience but the next new thing, the term well preserved summons as much misgiving as respect. To say that a friend is well preserved is a compliment, but also a way of noting that the person is older than oneself. Likewise, […]

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Chefs Knife | London, Ontario | Chef Chris Squire
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For a great many cooks  the length of one’s chefs  knife is a measure of ones authority in the kitchen. Some of us become master vego-matics turning the process of mincing and dicing into high art. Others continue to mutilate vegetables with a light, short and dull blade. Either way, one eventually must learn the delicate […]

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Private Chef | London, Ontario | Chris Squire
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It seems to me that love is only incidentally concerned with feelings of reciprocity, mastery, or even pleasure. We know love by a sudden sense of vulnerability, from the necessity but still almost unbearable touch of someone’s hand against our heart a touch, however poor the fit, that we never want to let go. And […]

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