If I’m not posting photos of food on my Instagram I’m usually posting photos of this awesome guy here: The Global Morning Show’s unofficial mascot, Mustard holds a special spot in my heart. He’s pretty hard to resist! Learning only about the Bark for Life walk a few days before, Mustard partnered up with Sadie, […]
Just got home in to find these two having a tête-à-tête. I don’t have the heart to tell François that he’s technically a food item. Fun filled weekend with Chris and his Vector Ottawa team exploring Montreal. Can’t wait to share with you the great meals we had while we were exploring the city. Hope […]
Sometimes time and my pocket book limit my ability to indulge in an awesome brunch adventure every weekend (or every day for that matter). It often means breakfast on the go or more often than not no breakfast at all. So I decided I definitely needed to break this habit and I polled my friends […]
Good Morning 2013! It’s the first Sunday of the year and like many in the city I’ve caught the resolution bug. It’s an easy one to pick up but a hard one to hold on to. So how does one keep resolutions? Step 1: Never Make a Resolution Without a Written Deadline It’s really easy […]
One the greatest things I learned this summer is just how awesome my city is. Yes, we have our fair share of crime and poverty and tend to get a lot of flack from other great Canadian cities but deep down inside Toronto is a city that loves. One such example would be the Stop […]
Eggs Benny – Niagara-on-the-Lake: Weekend getaways are the perfect place to find good brunch eats. One of our B&B hosts, Fernando, made us his take on eggs benny: homemade fluffy biscuit, Montreal smoked meat, poached egg and hollandaise sauce. Delicious!! What are your brunch plans this weekend?
Brunch 2012: The Stop Farmers’ Market Saturdays are meant for sleeping in, but this week I managed to get 3 other people up and at ‘em by 10:00 AM! Melibu, Vanessa and veteran farmers’ market attendee Squiggy met me at one of the many awesome farmers’ markets mentioned in the Grid article earlier last week. As I have […]