Profile of Karl Wells

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  • Karl's top 10 restaurants 2009

    Dining out in 2009 provided more evidence that St. John's and environs has a vibrant and rapidly developing restaurant scene. Three restaurants ...

  • Remembering Nov. 22, 1963

    Many of you won't remember because you were either too young or not yet born. But I, like millions of others, remember hearing the news of U.S. ...

  • King of the field

    We praise all the flowers that we fancy Sip the nectar of fruit ere they're peeled, Ignoring the common old tater When, in fact, he's the King ...

  • Being the best we can be

    It may be a hangover from Confederation-era rhetoric that fostered the notion that all things associated with the mainland are better. Who knows? ...

  • The Making of 'One Chef One Critic'

    The neat thing about doing a TV series in your house is that instead of going to work, your work comes to you. That's pretty cool. Of course, ...

  • St. John's Farmers' Market

    It was an overcast but warm morning. I was told to be early if I wanted to catch the best of the St. John's Farmers' Market. As I drove to the ...

  • 'Julie & Julia' offers a visual feast for foodies

    "You are the butter to my bread, and the breath to my life." With those words, Paul Child, husband of the larger than life, peculiar speaking, ...

  • Salt

    In her book, "The Sea Around Us," the great American environmentalist and writer, Rachel Carson, wrote: "When the animals went ashore to take up ...

  • The world's longest barbecue

    Canadian culinary activist and author, Anita Stewart, is inviting Newfoundlanders to take some time today to enjoy a meal of locally produced ...

  • Cookies for Canines

    I walked into Jenny Wilcox's small kitchen and found the happiest baker I've ever met in my life. There she was in her apron flashing the ...