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A Better Beaujolais

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 →

Talking About Toronto

I took the opportunity to do a podcast (my first!) with Seth Resler of 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 →

White Squirrel's New Nest

I do my white-collar toiling down by Queen & Bathurst most days and I’d been hankering after a place that could give me quick and tasty lunches. Now, that isn’t to say there aren’t a few places that fit the… Continue Reading →

Tea Times

As a very young child, I remember being in a room at the Prince Hotel with the soft clink of silverware on china chiming in the background. My mother is seated on a low sofa, knees properly together and legs… Continue Reading →

Project BB: Scones & Stalling

I’ve come to realize that my informal project to bake my way through the Bouchon Bakery Cookbook has come to a shuddering halt. Back in January, in fact. Because that was when I made those scones pictured up there. I… Continue Reading →

Chantecler Anew

Back in October, I wrote out my thoughts on Chantecler; how it was, in short, my top pick in the city. Four months later, they cut their menu down to lettuce-wraps only. Indeed, the wrap is a delicious value-driven offering that… Continue Reading →

Nibbles 'n' Notes Around Town [May 22, 2013]

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 →

Nibbles ‘n’ Notes Around Town [May 2, 2013]

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!

Benchmark Teas

The guys at Reunion Island Coffee are launching a new line. Went to an afternoon tea at The Federal to sip and sample the blends on offer.

Rose & Sons

Had diner with friends at Rose & Sons the other night and thought it a decent neighbourhood spot. Their sides were really good and I enjoyed many of them off the main dishes. Sadly, no fried chicken that night. But, by… Continue Reading →

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