I will never forget my trip to Windsor Essex region. I will never forget the smell of lavender fields, of wine grapes harvesting on the side of the roads, of fresh corn, and the sweet smell of Lake Erie at sunset.
Want a chance to attend the greatest restaurant festival in Toronto this summer? Foodies Inked and Taste of Toronto 2016 have partnered to bring you a delicious contest for a chance to win a pair of tickets (valued at $60.00) to Taste of Toronto, taking place June
In 1868, Edmund McIlhenny mixed up his own personal pepper sauce recipe with three natural ingredients: fully aged red peppers, salt from Avery Island, Louisiana, and high-quality, distilled vinegar. Decades of competing recipes have only confirmed that the flavor of McIlhenny’s recipe could not be
A few of my readers have asked what some of my favourite spots are on Toronto’s Queen West strip for a night out, late-night snack or even lunch.
It was summer of 2014 when Colette Grand Cafe made it’s debut in Toronto, opening it’s doors to King West socialites looking for modern French cuisine, polished tableware and french-country decorations.
The most recent addition to my Burger Quest list, The WORKS. A burger joint turned franchise that redefines what a true burger with “the works” on it really means.
Japanese food enthusiasts mark your maps. Hiding in mid-town Toronto lays Shinobu, an authentic Japanese restaurant…
And so we’ve arrived to the last section of this succulent anniversary…