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Little Pig Hot Pot

My friends and I made the trip uptown to Little Pig Hot Pot. Hot Pot if you’ve never done it outside of your house before comes with a price tag. There’s a per person charge (around $25) as well as additional charges per soup. For our party of four people we had one bowl with…

Groceries

When you move out, it’s fun to do groceries because you can buy whatever you want!  I love thinking up new recipe ideas and picking up snacks. This week I will be doing things a bit differently and trying a grocery/meal delivery thing. Stay tuned!  food

The Skyline Restaurant

It was Valentine’s Day weekend and my friends and I made the mistake of trying to go out to eat and drink without previously making a reservation. We walked along Queen for a little bit and ended up in Skyline. I think it re-opened in the classic spot last year or so by Maggie Ruhl (Dakota…

Brunch @ Takht-e Tavoos

I recently went for a Persian brunch at Tavoos, owned by the same people as The Pomegranate. Persian Chai was served to us in a beautiful pot. To start, we had Zeitoon Parvardeh: green olives marinated in a sauce of walnuts, pomegranate molasses, garlic and mint. This was served with a light Persian flat bread.…

Latin World

I’ve always walked past Latin World and seen it packed full of people who’ve probably been going there for years. It’s like a secret local spot that hasn’t been taken over by hipsters. Inside it is like a grocery store that also serves food. For $10, I got 4 fish tacos. They also have like…

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka (Toronto)

Ramen is such a comforting winter dish, and with so many places in Toronto, I’m eager to find the best broth. I think my favourite so far is Hakkaido Ramen Santouka. I went there for the first time yesterday because the line always looked too long, but we were lucky to be seated within five…

Turkey For Chinese New Year?

Last week, for Chinese New Year we cooked a turkey for some reason. Chinese people don’t traditionally eat turkey in general, but I think Mom really wanted to cook one. Do you have food traditions that you usually follow and it would be weird to break? food