Tag Archives: Toronto

Hot and humid with a chance of salad

It has been ridiculously hot in Toronto recently. Yesterday alone was 35 degrees Celsius, but with the humidity, it felt more like 42. That’s 107 degrees Fahrenheit, Americans. Multiply that by whatever city factors that seem to increase it  (concrete, glass, smog, vehicle exhaust) by another 10 degrees and we’re looking at a tropical urban […]

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I’ll give you something that’ll stick to your ribs. Ribs!

Ahhh, summer is almost upon us, and it is finally time to scorch and skewer our meats. Time to have two salads with dinner. Time to eat outdoors and break out the iced tea. Time for beer, time for fun, and time for sun. Living in a downtown Toronto condo of about 4.5 square feet, I […]

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Winterlicious Wrap-Up: 2011

The City of Toronto holds two annual gastronomic celebrations called Winterlicious and Summerlicious in their respective seasons. While I have never had the opportunity to take advantage of a Summerlicious event (I’m usually off galavanting somewhere outside of Toronto in the summer, thank you very much), Winterlicious always sets me timbers a’shiver in culinary excitement. […]

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St. Lawrence Market

I was going through some pictures I took last year, looking for some material and inspiration for today’s post when I found some that I took at the St. Lawrence Market one day whilst shopping. I LOVE the St. Lawrence Market. When we first moved to Toronto and had just finished viewing the apartment we […]

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