I took the opportunity to do a podcast (my first!) with Seth Resler of mysterymeet.org about Toronto + food (the first half of the episode), and then I go on in detail about Chantecler. But I do also mention Suresh and his… Continue Reading →
Happy Pi(e) Day! It’s March 14, and I celebrated it early this past Sunday with food-fanatic friends. 14 of us. 23 pies. 7 of those savoury. Then we had a session where we compared pie dough. Mostly as an excuse… Continue Reading →
For the last few months I’ve been a part of a small team involved in short-listing some of Toronto’s best Chinese dishes. Yesterday, that list was released from the Chinese Restaurant Awards. Mains, specialty items, stalls, restaurants, sweets, and savouries –… Continue Reading →
Most know ramen as the dirt-cheap instant packets of starch and salt (usually consumed straight out of the pot it was made in) from our days at school. But making fresh ramen is a finely-honed craft in Japan, where recipes… Continue Reading →
Winterlicious (Jan 25-Feb 7, 2013) is coming and reservations start tomorrow (if you’re an Amex card holder, today’s your front-of-the-line opportunity). It’s my annual cue to dine at home more often. But if I want to get out, here are… Continue Reading →
I’m slowly getting through my backlog of photos. I’ve been pretty slack since March and there’s been a lot of eating all year long. Suffice it to say, you’ll see a whole bunch of photos I’ve been sitting on from… Continue Reading →
While I haven’t been going out often in the last little while, I’m trying to make up for it. Here’s what’s on my radar. The Bellevue Robbie Hojilla (ex-Ursa/Woodlot) is at The Bellevue tonight (Monday, August 20th) cooking up a… Continue Reading →
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.
We know that pretty much everyone is open New Year’s Eve, but what about New Year’s Day? Outside of hotel restaurants and Chinatown, here’s a list I compiled of decent brunch and dinner eats for January 1, 2012.
In my youth, I spent three months traipsing around a city of chocolate, clocks, and cows: Geneva, Switzerland. Ostensibly to refine my French, I revelled in my independence abroad. Given that I was almost 16, a “good kid,” and had… Continue Reading →
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