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Hash & Eggs - Diner fare for any time of day
February 17, 2017
The east end of Toronto, specifically Riverside and Leslieville, continues its rise as the place to live and eat with the small but mighty White Lily Diner. The tiny diner serves up elevated comfort food with both a Southern and English infusion and a modern twist. Located by Queen and Broadview, this bright spot makes the most of its small space with an open kitchen and cheery yellow...
White Lily Diner
678 Queen St. E.
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Trashed & Wasted – Rethinking food waste
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Artscape Wychwood Barns
601 Christie St.
Shareable sipping for Valentine's Day 2017
Feel like a romantic night at home this year? Or perhaps a cocktail at home before heading out on the town? I’ve selected a few cocktails to...
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227 Ossington Ave.
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Our At The Table Series features celebrities and their love of food. In addition to sharing favourite Toronto restaurants, these famous...
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455 King St. W.
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Chef Bites with Chris Kwok
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Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie
35 Tank House Lane
New Year, New Ontario Breweries!
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Keep warm this winter with restorative toddies
Restorative toddies for the New Year By Patricia Noonan January is the time for a fresh start…after the excitement and buildup of the...
Perfect Weekends: Peterborough
Peterborough is more than just a city nestled on the Otonabee River. Over the last decade, it’s become a bustling hub of food and culture...
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Charlotte Langley, Maritimer and resident chef of Restaurants Canada (a national, not-for-profit association representing Canada’s restaurant...
We wish you the very best for the holiday season. May your holiday be filled with warm memories and great food.
Crunchy chicken sandwich with a spicy twist
There’s so much more to sandwiches than a few ingredients between two slices of bread. The Junction’s Wicked Sammich makes going out...
2772 Dundas St. W.
2016 All-Ontario holiday gift guide extravaganza
It’s that time of year again, so we’ve compiled a list of go-to gifts for local-loving friends and families alike. Whether you’re...
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If you’re a new cook, in a hurry, or have a small kitchen, big events like Christmas can sometimes be daunting. Often, people mistake what they...