We love American BBQ, just the thought of some brisket or smoky anything and I start to salivate. I won’t pretend to know much about American BBQ, but what I know is that the low and slow method of cooking produces meat that is succulent and full of flavour. It takes hours to cook and […]
This past Sunday we were lucky enough to be invited to attend a Melbourne Food & Wine Festival event called the Food Safari Picnic. The Food Safari Picnic was put together to showcase Bridge Road’s best food spots and this year is the first year the event has been run. I do hope they keep running it […]
On a whim we decided to drive towards the bay today for a spot of fish and chips. It was a close one and souvlakis almost won out. We went to Cerberus Beach House in Half Moon Bay which was rumoured to have awesome f&c. The bay was divine, secluded on the beach and not […]
We went to the Night Noodle Markets in the middle of the week when it was on last week and arrived slightly incredulous at how busy it was. There was a 10 minute queue to get money out from the ATM (I don’t understand why we still need to carry cash in this day and […]
Fall in Toronto is super colourful. The leaves turn vibrant reds and yellows and start to fall off the trees. The temperature drops 10 degrees as if on cue. Soon the city will take the flowers hanging in pots from the lamps and replace them with fairy lights.
A few weeks ago Toronto hosted Nuit Blanche, (which means “white night” in French), a city wide art exhibition which originated in Paris. Entire city blocks were closed off to vehicles from 8pm til dawn, to transform the city into an art exhibition, and it seemed like the whole city was out to enjoy it. […]