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Fruit Market, Lima, Peru

International Farmer’s Markets

Food trails and markets have become the tastiest part of any travel experience. They are the places where we can really sink our teeth into a taste of place. Write up a new bucket...
Treetop Trekking, Stoufville

Tree Top Trekking in Stoufville

Kids love to climb. Parents only think they can. That’s why benches along the wooded path are full of parents beaming with pride as they catch their breath, while all the kids frolic above...
Sweet Jesus

10 Must-Try Lattes in Downtown Toronto

Yet another heavy snow fall has me searching the city for new ways to stay warm, but after these long winter months, I need to switch it up; I’m getting bored of those standard...
Samuel Sirois wins Bocuse d'Or Canada

Montréal Chef Becomes Canada’s Next Contender at the Bocuse d’Or

Canada has chosen its newest challenger to fight for culinary glory. In a high-energy, two-hour cooking competition Chef Samuel Sirois triumphed over his competitors with his modern interpretation of a Quebec classic: The humble...
Short and Sweet Bakeshop

Short & Sweet Bakeshop: The Most Instagrammable Bakery in Toronto

I have been a patron of Short & Sweet Bakeshop for over three years now. I first discovered the airy Avenue Road bakery in 2016, and was beyond excited when they expanded and became...
Von Doughnuts

Iconic Food from Pop Culture You Can Actually Try in Toronto

Growing up, some of my favourite movies, shows and books just made my mouth water (like wishful cravings of chocolate from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory or even green eggs and ham from...
TOCA, Ritz Carlton Toronto

Indulging in After the Fire Wines at Toronto’s Ritz Carlton Hotel

“After the Fire” was a profound theme for a magnificent evening at TOCA, the beautiful restaurant on the mezzanine at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Toronto. Signorello Estate, in partnership with Michelin Star Chef Oliver...
Dinner With a View

Experience Dinner in Your Own Private Dome and Enjoy the View

This spring, Toronto diners can book a culinary experience unlike any other. Dinner With a View is redefining intimate group dining and bringing it to the outdoors. We won't be dining in a stuffy...
Path Entrance

No More Getting Lost in Toronto’s PATH Labyrinth

Before I ever moved to Toronto, I learned about the infrastructure and engineering marvel that is the PATH. The over 30 kilometre underground network of pedestrian tunnels and walkways, containing numerous food courts, shops...
Toronto Light Festival

Can We Please Turn Valentine’s Day into Valentine’s Week?

Can't Valentine’s Day just be all week long? It’s a fun excuse to spend time together and add some vibrancy to the winter. If anything, we can get away with celebrating this day of...

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