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About

A big meal at The Black Hoof with friends.

Food is not just about sustenance, but also about taste, creativity, and social interaction. I capture my experiences in image and word so I can reminisce at my leisure – savour the aroma of anticipation, the texture of taste, and all that an excellent meal evokes.

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And if you want to drop me a line, please say hi at eat@foodpr0n.com

 

15 Responses to “About”

  1. ylsf

    Hey, loved the Porchetta pics, going to try to make it out soon to taste for myself.

    I thought of your blog the other day when I went to About Cheese to use one of the vouchers off RFD’s deal of the day. They had chocolate chip cookies topped with blue cheese. They were interesting! I don’t think they were super fresh (i.e. not made that day) but worth giving a shot if you have a chocolate chip craving or do another round up on your site!

    Later,

    Jerry

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  2. Jen

    Hahaha! Those About Cheese coupons were the best coupons ever. I should have bought more.

    Will see about trying those cookies – was there before the end of the year for goodies and didn’t see them.

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  3. Michelle Dash

    Hi Jen! We would like to invite you to a special dinner event happening at the Chefs’ House restaurant on Wed., Oct. 12th: the “Rising Star Chef” Dinner featuring Chef Riley Bennett from the Okanagan Valley, as well as select wines from Mission Hill Family Estates in Kelowna, B.C. — will be a real treat for Torontonians! ** edited for privacy **

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  4. richard

    chowhound is beyond horrible.they deleted my post for ZERO reason. you’ll have to check it out directly on my wife’s site.

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  5. Jen

    Hi Jenna! I haven’t had guest posts to-date – it’s not that kind of site! Thanks though.

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  6. the French Coast

    Hi there! Stumbled across your blog when googling deets about Luminato’s 1000 Tastes – and I’m so glad I did! I’m loving your pictures (and clever domain name too)!

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  7. Lobster Love

    Hi Jen,
    Love your posts and pictures. Every time I visit I end up hungry again.
    We’re organizing a foodie event for lobster lovers. We would love to get some exposure. Would you be open to raffling off a couple of tickets to the event to your readers and followers?
    Let us know.
    Thanks in advance.

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  8. Royce Li

    Hi Jen,

    How’s it going? I’m not sure if you remember me, but my friends and I had our meal next to you at Yours Truly months ago. We sat together at the communal table and had discussions over food and talked about ecoteca sociale. Seeing that you are a foodie, I thought you might be interested in this. I’m working on a pop up dinner in Mississauga on July 16 at Bistro Narra if you are interested? I know it might be a bit of a drive for you. It will be the first of many series of dinner that I’m trying to do in different restaurants with different themes.

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  9. Lindsay Watt

    Hey Jen,

    Would love to chat about taking your Map of Eats and making it available on iPhone so that people can walk around Toronto, see the places you recommend and quickly read your blog posts.

    We’ve built a free WordPress plugin and iPhone app to do this; would love to give you demo or answer any questions you’ve got.

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  10. Lisa

    Hi there Jen,
    Have you ever tried Peruvian food? It is taking the food worl by storm. Well here is your chance to tasting the real flavours of gourmet Peruvian cuisine and Pisco…RESTO BAR PERU, toronto’s first Peruvian pop-up resto is coming to 99 Sudbury in Toronto July 11 – 15. We are bringing two big name chefs from Peru to create the menu. *** edited for privacy ***

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  11. Grace Foster

    Hi Jen, Could you help us get the word out on our Classic cakes silent auction fundraiser. We are raising funds for Transitional housing for women & children who are victims of abuse. A few of the cakes have been baked by top toronto pastry chefs. Thanks.

    Classic Cakes Auction & Antiques Fundraiser SALE
    for North York Women’s Shelter Capital Campaign
    Sat. Oct. 20; 4-7 p.m.
    Yorkminster Citadel Salvation Army Church
    1 Lord Seaton Road
    $5.00 admission

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