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I ask again, where is the great food? Not only that but where is the great food that is universally agreed upon? I honestly didn't think I'd find it so soon. Momofuku is where all the great food is hiding.
We may not be New York or Chicago, but Toronto does have some tasty pizza. Earlier this week, Reddit community user IamBenJammin made a callout to find the city's best slice of pizza. Nearly 16 hours...
Toronto's Devin Cuddy (yes, son of Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy) is carving his own niche. His unique style effortlessly marries New Orleans Blues and Country Music with a distinctive element of Canadiana. Here Devin tells us about the state of his kitchen, best meals for an up-and-coming artist and most romantic thing he's ever done for a girl.
Dining out and gluten-intolerant? A tricky combination. Like a maze loaded with wheat-filled landmines, the city is a hotbed of restaurants claiming to be celiac-friendly. Don't stress, gluten-free foodies! We have a condensed Toronto survival guide of the best spots to dine in a wheat-filled city.
Having such a diverse group of vendors working with us at Dundas West -- from butchers to fish mongers, bakers to coffee roasters and the most amazing seasonal farmers market -- makes my job as a chef that much easier.
What would you do if you only had 130 days left? 130 days in Toronto, that is? The countdown has begun to my departure from the city I have called home for 12 years, and with that comes a titch of sadness, a ton of excitement, and a desire to taste all this city has to offer before I pack up and say toodle-loo.
For the uninitiated, the main reason to hit downtown Toronto’s Little Italy is for the Italian food. But that’s only part of this lively neighbourhood’s appeal. The animated stretch along College Stre...
What's Toronto's best restaurant? Toronto Life released its list of the city's best new restaurants earlier this month (the online version is up now should be up in the next few weeks) and, unsurprisi...
Whether it's winter or summer, Canada's largest city is a hotspot for shoppers and foodies, with an array of places to savor international cuisine and exercise the plastic. I just got back from a week-long visit to Toronto, and explored these sites for shopping and dining:
What do you get when you combine Nutella and foie gras? Or tuna crudo and sweetbreads? If you've ever wanted to find out, Toronto has some dishes for you. In the first ever Canadian episode of VICE's...
For the ninth year in a row, Canada has failed to make it into the World's 50 Best Restaurants. And for the second year in a row, we've also failed to make it into the next 50! Why is it that a country as multicultural as Canada fails at breaking into the international culinary scene?
When citizens of a city put on their fancy clothes for a swanky food festival, there are certain expectations: That it will be packed, that it will be delicious, and that there will be some really str...
Whenever i've sat down to write something for the dear HuffPost, truth is, I've always wanted to write about my own neighbourhood. Now that the NY Times has gone and done just that I figure, "Why not?...
Sure, films, premieres and galas are the raison d'être of the Toronto International Film Festival, but what fun would it be without the celebrities? For some TIFF fans, star spotting is all that matte...