Give a Girl a Knife Amy Thielen Clarkson Potter, 2017 There’s a point in any professional cook’s life where you have to decide whether to keep cooking professionally — to really push for your own restaurant, your own empire, as it were —or whether to move on to another career, hopefully food-related. The human body […]
In Toronto: The big food news this past weekend was that chefs Michael Caballo and Tobey Nemeth will be taking over the Niagara Street Cafe (169 Niagara Street) as of April 1st, renaming it Edulis. Caballo was the chef at Niagara Street until a few years ago when he and partner Nemeth (she was the […]
Look, more Smörgåsbord! A few weeks back, we headed up to Mount Pleasant to do some shopping. Our mission was Ontario buckwheat flour from Culinarium, but we stopped at Debu’s for their awesome 3-course prix fixe lunch. This is a chickpea fritter with a mango salad that was offered as an appetizer.
Cafe Cinquecento splits LCBO hots a gala dinner and fine wine auction Rusholme Park Supper Club announces October events What’s on the Table returns for the 7th year to benefit The Stop Casey’s launches Fall menu
Michael Schmidt is now on day 19 of his hunger strike over the lack of legalization for raw milk, and says he will continue until Premier Dalton McGuinty grants him a meeting. [Toronto Star] When it comes to shoplifted items, cheese is the most popular food for people to steal. I’m guessing this is because […]