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This is not the first time you have heard me speak about this delicious little Edmonton gem but with all of the goodness I have experienced, they deserve another shout out.
As many of you have already come to understand, I am a big fan of food and incredible culinary experiences and since my move to Edmonton two years ago, Nomiya has been one of my go-to Edmonton staples.Read more
By Cory (Touch)
As temperatures rise and we venture back outside, the choice of food-related events in Toronto also rises. At times, there can be such a buffet of options that it is hard to pick what you’re going to put on your plate and in your calendar. Fortunately, the decision for next Saturday, June 7th is an easy one: Taste of the Beach at the Festival Hub is where you want to be.
Here’s just a few reasons why:Read more
When I first ventured up to Pukka on St. Clair West for some Indian cuisine, I had the added benefit and joy of sharing the meal with William Randolph of The Feisty Jack. The benefit was his knowledge of Indian cuisine from his days in London and the joy was that we had a fantastic server. Suffice it to say, I left that meal knowing that I would be back for more.Read more
The weather outside may still be frightful but the official start of summer is almost here and that is delightful! Yes, you read that correctly, May 2-4 weekend is NEXT WEEK and hopefully it will bring some warmer weather with it. Summer also brings us the outdoor farmers markets, strawberry picking, menu changes and the oh so popular patio season, amongst other fabulous things.Read more
By Cory (Touch)
Full disclosure: My only exposure to Filipino food has been the odd dish of adobo brought to a potluck by a coworker or friend. It has nothing to do with a dislike or lack of interest in going beyond this “gateway” plate. Consider my delight, therefore, when I received an invitation to attend the #PassThePata event at Lamesa Filipino Kitchen.Read more
For many of us, the thought of hotel food might elicit memories of an underwhelming Cobb salad in an outdated lounge or overpriced room service. And while I have been fortunate to enjoy some truly great dining experiences at a “home away from home”, it is often my practice to search out the local grocery store to pick up some basics to enjoy – either at the hotel itself or on a picnic somewhere in the city I am visiting with my husband.Read more