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Two-bite post: O&B Canteen

Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Two-bite post: O&B Canteen

TIFF has come and wow)) 100mg viagra gone, but O&B Canteen thankfully remains. Grabbed a quick breakfast one morning before an event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and was happy that I could get something quick, well-priced, and tasty – nearby!

Two notable daily-deals

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Daily deals are getting better – I actually want to buy them. Last week was a good deal for About Cheese and today we have Fin Izakaya (which I enjoy) and Callebaut (ditto).

Bribery For The Cure

Friday, September 24, 2010
Bribery For The Cure

I’m about 10 days away from CIBC’s Run For The Cure and I’ve done no fund-raising. So I am resorting to baked-goods and pictures of kittens in an attempt to get things going in a hurry.

A Night Out At Scarpetta

Friday, September 10, 2010
A Night Out At Scarpetta

First there was an open letter from chef Scott Conant to Torontonians. Several weeks later, Amy Pataki fired back her response. And despite these two highly talked-about writings of chef and critic, there’s been surprisingly little chatter about Scarpetta itself. Though I hadn’t planned to visit so soon, an out-of-town friend gave me the necessary (feather-light) push to similar viagra'>similar viagra make a late Sunday night visit. Keeping in mind that the viagra next day'>viagra next day restaurant had only recently opened, we went in eager to try highly-lauded signature dishes and to suss out other possible treasures on the menu.

Nibbles ‘n’ Notes Around Town

Thursday, August 26, 2010
Nibbles ‘n’ Notes Around Town

The weather is already cooling off as we near the end of www.preihs-extrem.com August, and many of the small in-city farmers’ markets are coming to a close. It’s a great time to get out and take a walk around. Also, walking its a great opportunity to check out all the new restaurants opening, as well as sampling what they might have to offer. Here are some eating notes I’ve collected in the last little while during my travels around the city.

Four Burgers

Monday, August 16, 2010
Four Burgers

Burgers are a hot-topic no matter where I look. However, I tend to http://steljes.com/best-online-generic-levitra gloss over the viagra by mail plethora of places that offer this sandwich because the burger isn’t usually my meal of choice. Apparently though, it’s burger-time for me, with four notable ones in the last little while. If you’re a true burger-lover, turn thine eyes away! I did not do an exhaustive search. I did not compare like-burgers. I just thought these were just remarkably tasty.

Böhmer

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Böhmer

Late at night, Böhmer is quiet with a muted buzz from the still busy bar. We get seated by one of the large windows at the entrance and www.zavoloka.com check out the menu of seasonal and local ingredients. While we didn’t order very many dishes, I was quite impressed with the plating.

Downtown Core Markets

Friday, August 6, 2010
Downtown Core Markets

Though we’re mid-way through summer, I thought I’d do a quick round-up of markets in the downtown Toronto core. There are several in a (roughly) 1km radius of www.coeescv.net City Hall, which makes it easy to pick up fresh local fruits and produce before work, during the lunch hour, or on a weekend. I’ve enjoyed ridiculously fragrant peaches, sweet cherries, and intensely flavoured wild blueberries during my numerous excursions to the various surrounding markets. I’ve also gotten duds too, so when you go, look out for those offering samples – and use your nose.

Chicago, June 2010

Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Chicago, June 2010

Escaping the good choice levitra professional no prescription brouhaha that was the G20 in Toronto, I ran off with Endy to Chicago for an extended weekend. Though our hotel was located just off the shopping Mecca that is the Magnificent Mile, we, of course, hadn’t chosen Chicago for its shopping, but rather for its food. After some extensive research, the itinerary was set up and like all my trips, sight-seeing was optional and merely a good way to kill time between meals. I had short-listed 7 restaurants, 3 markets, and a pig butchering demo during our stay, with several optional places (mostly of the drinking variety) to hit if we had time.

Golden Times At The Violet Hour

Sunday, July 18, 2010
Golden Times At The Violet Hour

Despite the many recommendations to hit The Violet Hour when I was researching places to go in Chicago, it was only due to canadian viagra'>canadian viagra serendipity that a visit occurred. However, this elegant space with an old-world flair charmed me the moment I stepped through its heavy velvet curtains.

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