Six months ago, Chinched Bistro took on our second culinary intern in as many years. The first, Elizabeth Lee interned with us as part of her program with the Culinary Institute of Canada in PEI. Our most recent intern Emily Hancock comes to us from the culinary program with the Collage of the North Atlantic.
This past week has been something special at Chinched Bistro, and before I get into it I’d like to thank everyone for their kind words and support. Both leading up to, during and after the Gold Medal Plates competition our friends, family and staff stepped up, and when this team comes together amazing things happen.
The 4th Annual Gold Medal Plates competition will be taking place in St. John’s on Thursday November 8th. The event takes place 10 different cities nationwide pitting the top Chefs in each region against each other in a culinary standoff. The object is to serve a dish paired with a Canadian wine to 400 guests, each dish and pairing is
Fall is here and so is a new menu at Chinched Bistro! Over the last few weeks we have slowly phased out each of the items from our Summer menu and implemented our Fall selection. These items will run from now until the Christmas season.
As I sit here on the Air Canada flight 113 on my way to embark on a new adventure and job endeavour in Calgary, I can’t help but to think about what I'm leaving behind. A lifetime full of friendship and laughter, days full of imagination and hard work and the only life I have known for the past two years. I have become
Chinched offered a whole new style and world of cooking and cuisine. Based on her previous work experience Jenn felt like she had mastered the skills required of her in the kitchen, it took being exposed to her new responsibilities and a new style of food to understand what truly
Things have come a long way in the two years since Chinched first opened its doors on August 27th 2010. One of the most important people who has helped Chinched get to where it is today is our Sous Chef Jenn May. Without her creativity, attention to detail and perhaps most importantly her positive energy Chinched would be a very
For those of you who follow our blogs faithfully you may have noticed we have been doing a much better job of blogging weekly. You may also have noticed most of the blogs are written by Tim Corbett, not by Michelle LeBlanc. That is because Tim has recently been given the title and duties of Manager at Chinched
Almost 2 years ago, on August 27th 2010 Chinched Bistro opened its doors for the first time. Since then we have been on the most incredible journey, 2 years is a long time but we wouldn’t trade the fun and experiences we’ve had over
The Restaurant Association of Newfoundland has teamed up with Parks Canada to offer another unique experience at one of Newfoundland’s most famous historical sites; A Regimental Rum Tasting on Signal Hill. The event is being hosted by Bacalao Cuisine and features Newfoundland Rums by Rock Spirits as well as Collingwood Wines and Spirits. The local spirits are paired with local cuisine