With support from GE, the Evergreen Brick Works officially launched their Chefs Series workshops this week at the Centre for Green Cities site. Configured as a conversation starter, the semimonthly events aim to educate and offer a conversation platform for food talk. The first event focused on [...]Continue Reading →
In nearly thirty years of eating in Toronto restaurants (Portuguese included) I had not tried churrasco chicken until I started thinking about this article two months ago. This admission will definitely cost me a bunch of food-nerd hit points, I know, but I think it demonstrates how concentrated some ethnic restaurants are in Toronto.
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On Tuesday November 30th at the new, much buzzed-about coffee shop Sense Appeal, the contest to find Canada’s manliest cupcake touched down in Toronto. Running for the month of November online, the contest saw bakers, both professional and amateur, submitting pictures and descriptions on competition [...]Continue Reading →
Ocean Wise is a programme run by the Vancouver aquarium that aims to improve the sustainability of our seafood consumption through eduction. They partner with suppliers and restaurants to help consumers make sustainable choices and provide a list of seafood species designated as [...]Continue Reading →
With the cooler weather now here, I can’t think of a better way to warm up my hands than to wrap them around a mug of hot coffee or steaming hot chocolate. I am known to enjoy a little sweet treat with my hot beverages. And cold beverages. Or even no beverages. I will [...]Continue Reading →
Visitors to New York have to try the pizza; in Paris it’s the baguette; and in Chicago a hot dog is mandatory. What is the one food that represents Toronto? In such a diverse city I don’t think it’s surprising that no one dish comes instantly to mind–it’s a case of there being [...]Continue Reading →