Crumble might actually be the perfect dessert.
My new secret baking weapon is salt. It all began on my weekend get-away in Brooklyn, New York this past November. I was staying in Bushwick but ended up shopping along Bedford Ave. Naturally, I had to stop for soft-serve at Momofuku Milkbar.
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.
Leave it to David Chang to say how he really feels about Toronto, one of his homes away from home since expanding his Momofuku
Crack has made its way from Brooklyn to Canada over the years. Christina Tosi and the team at Momofuku are making sure an addictive namesake crosses the border, too -- and no authority is giving them a hard time. The Crack Pie, which is a sugar high, has become one of New York's most celebrated dessert items. It is among the habit-forming treats available at the newly opened Momofuku Milk Bar in Toronto.
When it comes to making Toronto a culinary hot spot, the city's restaurateurs are starting to use their noodles. With the
It's not only the most anticipated restaurant opening in Toronto in recent memory, it may be the one notable event that finally gets Canada taken seriously as a culinary destination around the world. I'm talking about the opening of Momofuku. Toronto has many above-average restaurants and a handful of excellent ones. It's culinary scene has fallen short of greatness, however. With Chang's venture now in town that seems about to change.