A few weeks ago, I found myself on The Danforth on the cold Thursday night after the previous day's impromptu snow storm. Cold and looking for a new… Read more "On the Danforth? Try the Louis Cifer Brew Works"
Occasionally I get obsessed with one food. I'll go for months craving a certain dish, ordering it consistently at restaurants. Some of my fixations have included, udon… Read more "My Fish Taco Fixation"
One of the advantages of being a professional pedestrian and public transit user in Toronto is that you come across some wonderful small businesses with a lot… Read more "Pavillion Pastries Cafe"
It’s Saturday night at Kingyo, its full, it’s noisy, the atmosphere is frenzied and it’s one of the best Japanese restaurants I’ve been to in a long…… Read more “Kingyo, Toronto – Big taste on small plates”
It’s three o’clock on Monday afternoon when I finally make it to The Doughnut Plant at 220 West 23rd Street between 7th and 8th avenue. All…… Read more “Doughnut Destination: The Doughnut Plant, New York Restaurant Week – Part 4”
The steady light drizzle and chilly weather didn’t stand in the way for hundreds of hungry poutine fans this past Saturday, October 13. For the third year…… Read more “7 1/2 lbs of fries, curd cheese and gravy, kids!”
This is Part 2 to my post of July 17 that featured a short cultural expose on fried dough. There is a retro food trend a foot. In…… Read more “The Doughnut Renaissance – from deep fried to designer Part 2”