A man worth his salt
Today’s edition of The Globe and Mail is heavy on the seasoning.
I had the chance to speak with Geoff Hopgood from Hopgood’s Foodliner in Toronto on his love and dedication to that most humble of ingredients: salt. Hopgood makes his own sea salt every summer when he returns to his native Nova Scotia.
But that’s not all there is to say about food in today’s paper.
With a focus on food obsession, today includes an op-ed by Chris Nuttal-Smith talking about how we may have reached “peak foodism.” as well as the influence foodies are having on food culture today. There is also a story about some of the rarest culinary delights you may ever – or never – experience. Not to mention the amount of travelling people do for food these days.