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Food For Change

The Stop puts on a monthly dinner, called Food For Change, held under the glass of their greenhouse at the Wychwood Barns. Recently relaunched to include a theme for each meal, I attended last night’s “Harvest! Focus on world crops.” Surrounded… Continue Reading →

Eat To The Beat

A ridiculously long line up of chefs from around the city feeding me in the name of a good cause? I’m sold.

Canoe Shack-Up – Martin Picard x Anthony Walsh

In April, Chef Martin Picard came to Toronto to promote his book, Au Pied De Cochon Sugar Shack, by cooking a dinner with Chef Anthony Walsh at Canoe. Now, four courses may seem like a small number, but this is… Continue Reading →

A Taste of Tundra

Back at the end of August, Tundra threw a rather lavish re-launch party to show off the new decor and revamped menu. Among the many Autumnal dishes for sampling, I enjoyed the lobster mac and cheese, house-cured gravlax, beet salad,… Continue Reading →

Toronto Underground Market's 1 Year Anniversary Wrap-up

There’s been plenty of posts about TUM this week, and well, here’s one more. Since I’ve already gone over my favourite eats, this time around I’ve got lots of shots of people (shocking, I know). Here are my thoughts on… Continue Reading →

TUM Faves: ESÉ's Tomalitos

This sweet corn cake is both sweet and savoury. With dulce de leche drizzled on top and a kick of salt and butter, this was really nice. Soft, nice crumb, good corn taste. I also discovered that I used to… Continue Reading →

TUM Faves: Kwek Kwek

I’ve had these guys before, but Bistro Filipino’s kwek kwek – deep-fried quail eggs in anatto batter and a rice dipping sauce – were especially delicious this time around. Lightly crispy on the outside, delicious molten yolk inside. Wanted to get… Continue Reading →

TUM Faves: KEO's Caramels

KEO Confiserie’s delicious caramels are delicious.

TUM Faves: Meat On Shrimp Chip

Simple & tasty bites of sausage (beef, they said?) with greek yogurt, pickled onions, and cucumber. I liked the crunch of the chip with the softer bounce of the sausage. And the pickled bits worked well with things. From The Backyard… Continue Reading →

A Farewell To Summer

One afternoon in late August, I had travelled far from the sticky and humid city of Toronto and arrived at the more temprate locale of Brooklands Farm in Muskoka. As the sun continued its descent toward a stand of trees on… Continue Reading →

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