Articles in the Food Category
So, this week it was announced that Colborne Lane would be closing. This is a crying shame. As one of the most talked about restaurants since it’s opening in 2007, it was a beacon among what few Molecular Cuisine offerings we have in the city.
If you Google “Molecular Gastronomy in …
(My original ticket for Tribeca’s screening on April 22, 2011. I finally saw the film on March 22, 2012)
It was just about a year ago when I first heard about the documentary on the 3-Michelin starred Restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro, and its octogenarian chef/owner Jiro Ono. I couldn’t wait to see …
I think it finally hit me this week. I know that’s probably a funny thing to say after nearly a month, but it finally hit me that I Live In Toronto. What’s worse, is that I realized in many ways, it’s seriously no big deal.
This weekend started the same as most have for the last 1.5yrs, with me heading in on the train to Eddie’s place, and thinking about food. I’m super lucky to have a Foodie Boyfriend …
There was a three month portion of my life when my TV was permanently stuck on The Food Network, and one of the only decent reasons to get Digital Cable is for this channel (well, also IFC, but that’s a different topic). However, I wouldn’t ever consider myself a gastronomic enthusiast.