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Toronto Taste Returns for its 29th Year

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TORONTO —  Toronto Taste, presented by The Daniels Corporation, will take place June 9, bringing the best of the city's food scene...

Restaurants for Change Returns for a Fifth Year

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TORONTO — On October 17, more than 75 restaurants in 19 Canadian cities will join together to donate proceeds from dinner service to Community...

Solo Dining on the Rise in Canada

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TORONTO — OpenTable reports that dining alone is on the rise in Canada, growing by 85 per cent since 2015. According to data put together...

Community Food Centres Canada Launches Restaurants for Change Marketing Campaign

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TORONTO — Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) has kicked off its fourth-annual national fundraising event, Restaurants for Change/Des restos pour demain, with a bilingual...

Slow-Baked Rainbow Trout with Crushed Potatoes, Steamed Asparagus and Hollandaise

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Ingredients 1 whole rainbow trout (about 1kg) or 2 filets, skin on 1 bunch asparagus 8 to 12 small new potatoes finishing salt 1/4 cup chopped fresh chives Fillet and remove...

Sweet Inspiration: Today’s Dessert Trends are Reinventions of the Classics

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Recently, an elderly guest at Chartier Restaurant lifted her fork to her mouth at the sweet culmination of her meal and rewarded her hosts...

Night Market Returns to Drake One Fifty

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TORONTO — Drake Hotel Properties’ stand-alone restaurant, Drake One Fifty, will launch its third year of Twilight Tuesdays Night Market next month. On Tuesday evenings...

Taste of Toronto Wows Foodies with the City’s Best

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TORONTO — Food fans were treated to a plethora of savoury delights at this year’s Taste of Toronto, which took place this weekend at...

OpenTable Announces 100 Best Restaurants in Canada

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TORONTO — OpenTable has released its list of the 100 Best Restaurants in Canada for 2015. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more than...

Carl Heinrich is Inspiring a New Generation of Chefs With His...

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After winning Top Chef Canada in 2012, Carl Heinrich’s life changed dramatically. First off, the $100,000 prize he won as part of the competition...