The Ocean Wise Chowder Chowdown is where top Ocean Wise chefs compete head-to-head in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto for the title of Ocean Wise Chowder Chowdown Champion in each city. Guests are invited to sample all 13 chowders (a wooden spoon’s provided to taste … Continue reading
Interview with founder of Bite Bar, Nisha Amin-Agnihotri (pictured above). I was initially invited to the media opening party but with foodie tears had to decline because I wasn’t feeling well. Darn immune system! Fortunately, through Devon MacDonald and Meg Sethi … Continue reading
Price: Over $15+ I went with a group of my foodie friends for a $15 Summerlicious lunch at PROHIBITION Gastrohouse. Decided to try this place out after seeing the popular reviews on Urbanspoon. It was a bit far for me … Continue reading
Price: Over $30+ Decided to try a new restaurant with some foodie friends this year and after a vote, settled on the $25 lunch menu at Stock in Trump International Hotel & Tower. Right as I walked in, I noticed … Continue reading
Yes, I’ve done the unforgivable and haven’t updated my blog in a loooong while.
To be honest, someone very dear to me passed away (in reference to my family emergency I mentioned last summer) and it has taken a while to really get through it and feel up to blogging again. I thought I could go back to it right away but I just wasn’t ready. Instead, I have been more comfortable with Facebook and Twitter…so I hope you have followed me there instead.
Just a friendly reminder, Facebook and Email are the best ways of contacting me with any questions.
Now on to the good news, my first post will be my list for Summerlicious 2013! I will slowly start blogging again. Not much as I use to. Maybe 1-2 times a month after I finish updating everything?
To all foodie readers,
It has come to my attention that I have been missing people’s comments. I found out they were all sent to my spam inbox so if I haven’t answered your comments, please don’t misunderstand! I’m still new to WordPress, so at the moment I am working out the kinks and figuring my way through it slowly. Haha.
I do appreciate your comments and enjoy reading them!! ❤
Note* I also look at all comments before allowing them to be posted on my blog. This is only to check for spam and any inappropriate language. I will not edit comments, as long as they are polite. I’m all for free speech but it doesn’t necessarily mean being rude. I want to build a foodie community where everyone can enjoy Toronto Foodie. So if your comments follow this and you don’t see your comment posted right away, don’t worry…its just because I haven’t had the chance to approve it yet. 🙂
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Thanks and keep spreading the foodie love!