The journey of food, from farm to table.
This book is a beautiful photographic exploration of Canadian cooking. Through the stories and insights of some of Canada’s most talented chefs, farmers, and front-of-house professionals, Faces of Food brings to life the countless unique narratives behind Toronto’s culinary delights.
This is a celebration of our wonderfully diverse food scene, and of those who make our food truly world-class.
Discover the people who are forging the identity of Canadian cuisine, and bringing your favourite dishes from farm, to kitchen, to table.
Meet the Faces of Food.
Faces of Food features an eclectic mix of the incredible individuals behind Canadian cooking. From chefs, to farmers, to sommeliers, and even to cheese producers – they’re all here, and they all have a fascinating story to tell.
Stunning photography draws you into their craft, and showcases the care and dedication that each of these people commit to their profession.
Buy the book, and meet the faces of food.
Great food starts at a great farm. Take a glimpse into the hard work and skill of those at the very start of the great Canadian food journey.
The kitchen is where the best ingredients become the best dishes. Discover the philosophies and stories of some of Canada’s best chefs, and how they came to be where they are now.
Memorable food moments are defined at the table. Explore the tales and meticulous methods of those who deliver the city’s most captivating dining experiences.
Feedback from readers
Faces of Food is an incredible journey of 33 people who chose to make their life what it is today. An extraordinary book of passion, determination and strength. Loved it!
– Jill Soon
The format of the book is pretty cool. It follows the stories of food through eyes of the people who make it. I’ll admit that it made me realize I was a foodie all along.
– Janice Lahti
A beautiful book! From the gorgeous photographs to the amazing stories – it took me on a delicious and insightful journey of the the Toronto food scene. Loved it!
– Chris Money