I’m sooo over birthdays. Birthday parties, that is. Over the past few years, I’ve attempted to put together a gathering (both the casual and the formal variety) with friends for my birthday and it just doesn’t work out. I’m chalking it up to just getting old. The last birthday party I’ll throw is for my 30th. But
I don’t know why but I freaking love food trucks. The small, artisan menus. The quick service. The fun and casual atmosphere. All of those things really appeal to my inner foodie. This weekend, my husband Brent and I braved the rain to attend the Pellar Estates Party in the Vineyard food truck festival. And what
As a busy freelancer, I don’t always have the time to prepare healthy home-cooked meals. On days that I find myself with a few minutes or so that I could spare to whip up a delicious dish in my kitchen, I am almost always greeted by an empty pantry. So, I decided to give Chef’s
When my favorite breakfast place was closed, I was forced to explore a bit my favorite part of town a bit more. The Kitchen, an adorable sandwich shop in the heart of downtown Ridgeway immediately caught my eye. It definitely wasn’t there a few months ago on my last visit to Ridgeway. The fun signage outside was what initially caught my eye. Little did I know, I’d find more goodness inside.
Since I moved to Canada, I ate at this restaurant literally every week! It was within walking distance of the old apartment and the food was excellent… well one thing was excellent. B06 Bún Nem Núong Grilled Pork & Spring Roll with Vermicelli In the 7 months that I lived in North York, I went
Last Sunday, I enjoyed a small foodie festival in west Toronto that was brunch themed! It was organized by the Toronto UnderGround Market. TUM is Canada’s first and only social food market designed to give budding food entrepreneurs, chefs and home cooks a platform to test new food ideas to an eager market. This is