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Toronto Food and Wine Show 2015

It is that time of year again and #TFWS2015 is bringing it hard. With a whole newline up of culinary events off and onsite, there is truly something for everyone at the Toronto Food and Wine Festival.   From the Air Miles ...
 
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Sake Stories – Mixing It Up With Nishan of Blowfish

Check out Blowfish Toronto at Kampai Toronto Sake Festival May 31, 2012   If you have not heard of the name Nishan Nepulongoda, then you are in for a treat.  The Sri Lanken born mixologist is one of the top names in the mixolog...
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5 Reasons To Visit Langdon Hall

Part 4 from the competition I attended, held by the Wine region of Alsace and Rhone.  The competition invited 10 of the top young chefs in Toronto to create food pairings for wines from the Alsace and Rhone regions of France.  ...
 
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5 Reasons You Should Visit Ancaster Mill

So this is part 3 from the competition I attended, held by the Wine region of Alsace and Rhone.  The competition invited 10 of the top young chefs in Toronto to create food pairings for wines from the Alsace and Rhone regions o...
 
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Blue Dragon Toronto Charity Food Event Burns Me

So I was invited to compete in a charity competition for the product launch of Blue Dragon.  Blue Dragon is offering a set of Asian inspired sauces that can be found in Metro & No Frills.  The competition invited 10 food w...

 
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Is Cheese In Danger?

Check out my new feature written for www.bamboo-magazine.com http://www.bamboo-magazine.com/food/is-cheese-in-danger/
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El Trompo Mexican Food

MIYA’S PICK El Trompo in Kensignton serves some of the best Mexican fare.  The place is small, in summer it is hot and the food rocks.  Like when you eat the corn tortilla and it actually tastes like corn.  You can order ...

 
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Soma Chocolate Has The Best Cafe Affogato

Soma is one of those places where an adult can feel like a kid in a candy store.  They will bring out your inner child, forcing a battle of indecision in the face of a delectable chocolate army.  Go there to order high quality ...
 
 

T&T Nightmarket Stunk…Of Tofu!

I love me some Night Markets.  We need more of these eateries of the night and need them in areas of easy access.  Like not in Markham and not near Polson Pier and not just Asian markets.  We need these across the city and the ...
 
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Japango Part 1 – Maki, Rolls Are For Suckers

Bluefin O-Toro Japango Return Factor – You’d think I was the managerLocation(s) –  122 Elizabeth St. TorontoAtmosphere – CasualPrice – $80 a personNotes:  20 Seats, reservation if your smart, perso...