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15 Ice-Cream Spots to Beat the Heat

  Looks like it’s going to be a hot one! So cool down the upcoming long weekend with ice-cream. This is your guide to ice-cream galore in the city, so enjoy 🙂 1. Ice-cream on a warm ooey-gooey cookie from STK 2. Ice-cream dipped in a chocolate cookie layer from Chocolats Favoris 3. Classic crepe … Continue reading

Chocolate Swirl Cake

There are 3 individual recipes to create this masterpiece, all 3 of these recipes will give you enough to put together 4 cakes. Make them in this order.   Sponge Cake 10 eggs 200g sugar 140g bread flour 60g cocoa powder Preheat the oven to 375 °C Combine the eggs and sugar, whisk until the … Continue reading

Meringue Kisses

Meringue kiss cookies are very simple and can be eaten alone or made into fancy desserts like, Eton Mess You only need two ingredients: 6 egg whites 390g sugar The instructions are just as simple as the ingredients: Whip the egg whites together (make sure there is no yolk in the mix) Add the sugar … Continue reading

Pie Time

I have always been obsessed with food, probably 90% of my life revolves around food. Not only am I eating at copious amounts of restaurants and constantly trying new dishes, but I also enjoy cooking to create art rather than quickly throwing something together for sustenance (aka meal prep). So, to try and get my … Continue reading

Brunching In Toronto

Toronto loves brunch, hence the 1 hour wait times everywhere! Here is our list of places which promise to please, and some even take reservations! Lena – Amazing South American brunching! Takes reservations Entice Culinary Lounge – A creative twist on your typical brunch foods. Takes Reservations Come And Get It! – Delicious comfort food … Continue reading

How To Speed Up Your Metabolism

Being a food blogger, it’s easy to give into cravings, over eat and pile on the carbs! It’s very important to eat healthy throughout the week while I’m not dining out, or else I’ll blow up like a balloon! I have always been asked what I do to stay in shape and I would love … Continue reading

Sate! Sate! Sate!

Although Toronto is a very multi-cultural city and we have an immense variety of international cuisines at our fingertips, I was unable to find a lot of Indonesian food. A month ago driving down Yonge street, I came across very bold white writing “Satay Sate”, after doing some research I found out that it was … Continue reading

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