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How to Make A Vegan Entrée Salad That Sustains and Satisfies

Salads can be made ahead of time and taken almost anywhere. With such flexibility and portability, it’s no wonder why salads are such a popular choice for a quick lunch or dinner. However, without a...

5 Versatile Global Flavours To Jazz Up Your Everyday Cooking

Fusion. The category of cuisine that identifies the fusing of different cuisines to create something new, exciting and unique. Fusion cooking is an easy way to take a step out of the ordinary and...
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...
Toronto Food Truck Festival

Food Truck Festival Returns to Toronto

The Toronto Food Truck Festival will be returning this August. Located in Woodbine Park, food truck vendors will be serving up some tasty eats. About the Festival Admissions is always free, and there are...
Claire Li (centre) at the Chefs for Ocean talk in Vancouver.

Aquaculture 101: A Crash Course in Farmed Seafood

At a recent Chefs for Oceans talk on aquaculture, organized by Ocean Wise Executive Chef Ned Bell, I presented a primer on farmed seafood. This event was geared towards chefs wanting to know more...
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...
Don Alfonso 1890

Best Dinner in Toronto: DINE’s Top Choices

When it comes to deciding the best dinner options in Toronto, the choices can be overwhelming. Toronto undoubtedly has one of the best food scenes in Canada. When the weekend hits, picking a spot...
King Edward Hotel Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea for Kids at the Omni King Edward Hotel

Afternoon Tea has evolved since it’s British inception. In the 1830’s and 40’s women were not welcome in coffee houses, so their social forum revolved around tea accompanied by a light meal of finger...
baru seeds

The Buzz on Baru Seeds

Deep in Cerrado, the Brazilian Savanna, you will find baru trees. While greatly threatened by deforestation, determined efforts are being made for the preservation of these trees as their seeds are trending on the...
Peking Duck, QJD

On The Trail of the Perfect Peking Duck

There are many reasons to visit Beijing: to see what remains of ancient art, history and culture; to shop at the Silk Market and the Friendship store; and to witness the future on a...

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