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CBC Television and CBC Radio | July 30, 2006
CBC Charlottetown is bringing you two cooking features this summer, one hosted by CBC News at Six anchor Bruce Rainnie, the other by CBC Radio's Mitch Cormier.
Bruce Rainnie is travelling across the Island this summer, visiting top chefs who share their signature dishes.
Mitch Cormier is staying closer to home, teaming up with Culinary Institute of Canada chef Craig Youdale for Meat meets Heat. From buying a barbecue to pairing grilled meats with wine, Youdale takes grilling beyond the basics.
CBC Television - Signature Dishes
August 30, 2006:
For a break from traditional Island fare, many people in Charlottetown head to Cedar's Eatery for falafel.
August 23, 2006:
The West Point Lighthouse serves many traditional Island dishes, and goes a little more upscale with its Crab and Lobster Cakes.
August 16, 2006:
For more than a decade, people have been coming to Dalvay-by-the-Sea for Sticky Date Pudding
August 9, 2006:
There are 22 flavours of mussels at Flex Mussels, but chef proprietor Garner Quain chooses Wild Turkey Mussels as the signature dish.
August 2, 2006:
At the Dunes Café in Brackley Beach, the Shrimp and Scallop Duet has been a favourite for eight years.
July 26, 2006:
Chef Gordon Bailey of Dayboat shows off his Biker Chef Ribs.
July 19, 2006:
Rick's Fish & Chips is known for serving some of the best fish and chips on the Island.
July 12, 2006:
Bruce Rainnie visits Carr's Oyster Bar to learn how to serve oysters on the half shell
July 5, 2006:
Inn at Bay Fortune chef Warren Barr prepares Grilled Fortune Harbour Lobster with a Lobster & Parsnip Ravioli, Pea Shoots and a Warm Shitake Mushroom Vinaigrette.
CBC Radio - Meat Meets Heat
August 25, 2006:
As the meat sizzles and our barbecue cookies await, chef Youdale invites you to pop the top off a nice cold … Reisling.
August 18, 2006:
Chef Craig Youdale shares some thoughts on how to make your backyard grilling a little healthier.
August 11, 2006:
If it's summer, Craig Youdale doesn't want to be making food inside. He talks to Mitch Cormier about baking on the barbecue.
August 4, 2006:
You've bought the grill and tools, selected your meat, prepared it carefully, and now the meat finally meets the heat.
July 28, 2006:
One final thing to think about before the meat hits the grill, how to get the most out of rubs and marinades.
July 21, 2006:
Craig Youdale says that one of the most common questions people ask about barbecuing is what to look for when selecting meat to grill.
July 14, 2006:
A grill isn't enough: Craig Youdale tells Mitch Cormier what other tools you should have on hand.
July 7, 2006:
Craig Youdale tells Mitch Cormier what to look for when buying a barbecue.