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Events going on in Toronto

Diary of the Wok 'n' Roll Photoshoot

Both chefs and photographers gather for a themed photo shoot to highlight a “Wok and Roll” lunch for the upcoming Terroir Symposium (a one-day industry event). And ostensibly, I was there to cover their photo shoot.

A Terrific Toronto Down Under For Australia Day

I celebrate Australia Day for the first time. And it was delicious!

Tempering Chocolate With Mr. Stubbe

I get a hands-on demo on how to temper chocolate from Daniel Stubbe, a sixth generation chocolatier at this shop, Stubbe Chocolates, in Toronto.

Shopping & Treats At Crafternoon Tea

So this past weekend, I baked some of my chocolate chip cookies for Crafternoon Tea, a fund raiser tea and craft market combo. Run by fashion maven Nathalie-Roze, this was a good chance to have tea and find some locally crafted goods for holiday gifts. Though I was never sure if I was buying things for someone else or myself! Warning: many photos of tasty food and beautiful crafts (mostly crafts).

TUM: Missed Vendors & Unofficial Vendor List

The post of stuff I ate was already too long, so here are the remaining photos I had of vendors I didn’t manage to get to.

Toronto Underground Market Takes Off

Toronto’s interest in food and food events seems to have reached a fever-pitch; food trucks, food fundraisers, and the proliferation of farmer’s markets in every mall parking lot give a good indication of this. Latest on the scene is the Toronto Underground Market. Self-described as a… Continue Reading →

10 Tips For Food Truck Eats

Food Truck Eats part 2 of 3 is on this weekend. Here are ten tips to make the most of your day!

Market Treasures

I love hitting the markets in the summer. This morning, I snagged some freshly-picked veggies from the SickKids Farmer’s Market (Tuesdays 9am-2pm). You can taste the difference between corn picked this morning versus day-old corn – never mind what you… Continue Reading →

Caribbean On The Corner

In good weather at King and Bay, you can find Bridgette Pinder serving up delicious roti from her Carib Fusion cart, a survivor of the ill-fated Toronto A La Cart program. With jerk chicken, curry chicken, and beef patties on the menu, it’s what’s not listed that keeps me coming back.

Toronto Eats Up Food Trucks

Since early June, I’d been looking forward to the Food Truck Eats event that Suresh Doss from spotlighttoronto.com had put together. As the weeks went by, there seemed to be a lot of pickup in the media and online, and I knew: this was going to be a busy event. So my feet were on Distillery grounds a full 20 minutes early. With my eating pants on and my tupperware and chopsticks in-hand, I was ready to go.

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