Category: Toronto Foods & Restaurant Posts

Category: Toronto Foods & Restaurant Posts 22 Refreshing Lemon Dessert Recipes

  1 of 22  Classic Lemon Meringue Pie Lemon Meringue Pie. Photo Credit: Diana Rattray This lemon meringue pie is  one of our favorite lemon desserts, with its perfect lemon custard filling and fluffy meringue topping. Use a purchased frozen pie shell or refrigerated crust or make a homemade pie pastry.Get the Recipe: Classic Lemon Meringue Pie 2 of 22  Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake Bars Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake Bars. Photo Credit: Diana Rattray Blueberries and lemon team up in these incredible cheesecake bars. The bars are baked with a brown sugar and pecan shortbread crust and crumb topping.Get the Recipe: Lemon Blueberry

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Category: Toronto Foods & Restaurant Posts 11 Reasons Foodies Should Be Flocking to Toronto

  Why Toronto Is Becoming the World’s Next Culinary Destination – Vogue Toronto has been experiencing quite a boom: In 2015, the population of the greater Toronto area topped 6 million people for the first time, and it now boasts 91 high-rise buildings under construction—the most of any North American city besides New York. And for a city that has lived in the shadow of the “Canada’s New York” moniker for far too long, Toronto seemed to finally be getting excited about building its own name. But sheer numbers and growing skylines only count for so much. When it comes

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Category: Toronto Foods & Restaurant Posts 2016 Toronto food trends – from “the new quinoa” to sriracha’s cousin

  Without a crystal ball at the kitchen table, predicting what foodies will be clamouring for in the future is never a simple task. The Star has boiled down the buffet of food trend forecasts to declare these eight ingredients the ones to eat in 2016. Pull out your grocery app and get ahead of the curve.   Ghost peppers Blame what food and consulting firm Technomic has called “the sriracha effect” on the rise of ghost peppers. Clocking in at one million Scoville heat units — hundreds of times hotter than a jalapeno — it’s one of the world’s

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