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Eat to the Beat 2016 – Culinary Event

Eat to the Beat 2016 – Culinary Event

Sixty female chefs joined forces at Ontario’s Eat to The Beat, for one worthy cause – women supporting women through the challenges that come with a breast cancer diagnosis. Tuesday November 1, 2016, marked the 21st year of Eat to the Beat’s biggest female culinary event in Toronto.

5 Reasons To Visit Windsor Essex Right Now

5 Reasons To Visit Windsor Essex Right Now

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.

Queen West Eats

Queen West Eats

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.

OddSeoul

OddSeoul

After two year’s of having opened its Toronto doors on Ossington street, OddSeoul continues to deliver on their promise of a great late-night snack bar, with good drinks, food and a terrific ambiance.

The Queen and Beaver Public House

The Queen and Beaver Public House

It’s been a while since I last posted about my burger quest journey. For the longest time, I’ve been eating and reviewing some of the top spots for burgers in Toronto, finding absolute favourites like Burger’s Priest, The Yellow Griffin Pub and gourmet spots like Marben.

Eat to the Beat 2014

Eat to the Beat 2014

Tuesday October 21, 2014, marked the 19th year of Eat to the Beat’s biggest female culinary gala in Toronto. Sixty female chefs got together and joined forces for one worthy cause – women supporting women through the challenges that come with a breast cancer diagnosis. Food aficionados got together at Roy Thompson Hall to help [...]

Smoque N’ Bones

Smoque N’ Bones

What would you attempt to barbecue if you knew you could not fail? Don’t answer. Better yet, don’t even try! Leave it to the experts at Smoque N’ Bones to smoke your reasoning away and ignite your BBQ senses.

The Chickery

The Chickery

Roosters, bar-style communal tables and stools and a lot of frying and roasting happening in the kitchen, are the first few things you notice when you come to chef David Adjey’s Chickery in the Fashion district in Toronto. Yes, the man behind the famous Food Network Canada show, the Opener, opened his own fast-food chicken [...]

Home of the Brave

Home of the Brave

Home of the Brave is home to some brave food. Food one most welcome with open arms, a firm handshake and an empty stomach.

Beast Restaurant

Beast Restaurant

Just shy of one “a” on his last name, Chef and restauranteur Scott Vivian of Beast could be considered my “compadre”. Yet this pseudo compadre prides himself on bringing what he calls “Ontario Soul Food” to a city that longs for setting a higher bar in the food scene,

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