My last-minute gift guide. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m doing this last-minute or because it’s the last week before Christmas. A little of both, perhaps. So, may I present to you some items seemingly more personal than a… Continue Reading →
Local chocolate maker SOMA creates these ultra-deluxe candy bars they call twigs as a seasonal item. I found out about them last year. Right as the season ended. Meaning I had to wait for a whole year for them to return…. Continue Reading →
I first tasted these candies at TUM back in September. KEO’s caramels are hand-made, local, and delicious. While you can make your own, these treats can be had without making a mess. Or getting up out of your chair, even. Order online… Continue Reading →
Toronto has been blanketed by snow for the last while and somehow all that fresh white powder made me want to take long walks around the city. Here’s what I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks on my meanderings.
My round-up of dishes in 2010 that were a favourite either aesthetically or gastronomically. Or both. Time to reminisce!
The weather is already cooling off as we near the end of 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.
Fifteen minutes to cave in to the temptation of impulse buys. I fall hard for a pretty cover and cute trinkets.
After a week of eating a lot, there’s not much to blog about this week, but here are some tid-bits around the city and my kitchen: Izakaya Ju will be opening in unit #3 up at J-Town at the end… Continue Reading →
My Wednesday was a bit of a mind-melt. Akin to the mind-melt they had when the earth was at the center of the solar system and some wank named Copernicus was stirring things up. It began with the following Twitter… Continue Reading →
By now, some of you may have figured out that I love dining out and eating new, as well as familiar, foods. But Toronto’s Winterlicious and Summerlicious events are the two times of the year where I strategically plan to… Continue Reading →
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