Cake Day has been going on for a few years now, and it’s a fun thing friends and I do to both challenge ourselves and to just hang out for the day. The most hilarious thing about Cake Day is… Continue Reading →
Though I’ve been most active documenting my passion for food these last years, I was – am still – also a nerd. I’ve reviewed video games, I’ve coloured comics, and there was the one summer where I attended five (six?)… Continue Reading →
With colourful fabric waving gently in the air, people slowly wandered in to a small patio-like area off of York between Adelaide and Richmond. Twilight Tuesdays, hosted by the Drake One Fifty, is a small market-like mini festival that runs from 5-9pm. Eats are… Continue Reading →
John Street Farmer’s Market is a lovely little space just north of Queen at John, past the Umbra building adjacent to Grange Park. There used to be a sole organic vendor there in years past, but now they’ve made it… Continue Reading →
The Stop’s Night Market: Night 2. I can’t lie – it was a hard slog after Night 1 (cry me a river, I know) and I left almost 90 minutes earlier. But here’s what I managed to get before tapping… Continue Reading →
So many good eats during the first evening of The Stop’s Night Market. Here are the visual highlights! Huge photopost warning.
It was May. The skies above were a a light blue, clear and bright. A soft breeze blew, cooling the warmth of the sun on my skin as I sat down under the shade of a tree. Normally at this… Continue Reading →
How’s your spring coming along? I spent my Victoria Day long weekend in Niagara. Food Truck Eats at Peller was a rather lovely afternoon with a warm sun, cool breeze, and lots of eats. I also challenged Bob Blumer to… Continue Reading →
Lovely weather we’re having, no? I should probably get back to writing real posts, but, ehn, it’s round-up time! So many events. Almost too many – and this is my short-list!
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