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News | Nov 18, 2015
Continental Noodles

Continental Noodles a staple on Toronto dinner tables for 50 years

For 50 years, the Liberatore family has been Toronto’s first family of pasta. Franco Liberatore, now 86, started the clan...

North York Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Nov 09, 2015
Mark McEwan

Celebrity chef Mark McEwan named operator of Aga Khan Museum restaurants

The Aga Khan Museum has served up celebrity chef Mark McEwan as its new head of food and beverage services. McEwan,...

North York Mirror
Food | Nov 06, 2015
Harvest ale

Muskoka Brewery’s Harvest Ale review

With the cooler weather and changing colours of fall comes an influx of harvest ales. Rather than adhering to a...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Nov 06, 2015
Wrap Up With Rice

Central Tech wins TDSB culinary competition designed to raise awareness and money for school nutrition

Central Technical School culinary students took top prize in a brown rice competition to win money for their school’s...

Etobicoke Guardian
News | Nov 03, 2015
Tampered Halloween treat

Toronto police continue to investigate after thumb tack found in Halloween chocolate bar

East-end residents are advised to carefully look over their children’s Halloween treats after a thumb tack was discovered...

Scarborough Mirror | by Joanna Lavoie
News | Oct 27, 2015

Toronto Foundation for Student Success marks Feed Tomorrow Week

With an estimated one in three children in Toronto living in poverty and 40 per cent of students going to school hungry...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
Sep 21, 2015

Poverty is making a new home in Toronto’s suburbs, says Daily Break Food Bank hunger report

Poverty is migrating outside the city’s downtown core accompanied by a soaring need for food banks in the suburbs of...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Sep 17, 2015

Taiwanese bakery Bake Code opens at Yonge and Sheppard

Growing high-end Taiwanese boutique bakery chain Bake Code has opened a location at Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue...

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Sep 15, 2015

Electric hibachi touted as a safe indoor barbecue replacement

Living in a condominium isn’t conducive to grilling – for safety reasons, most condos don’t allow traditional propane...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Antoine Tedesco
Aug 27, 2015

Skip long CNE food building lineups with new app

One of the best things about going to The Ex is the food, and one of the worst is the lineups to get that food. But one...

North York Mirror | 1 Comment | by Hilary Caton
Aug 20, 2015

The Canadian National Exhibition has new and returning attractions to check out

As the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) puts its final touches on the park, the excitement is building as it gears up to...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Hilary Caton
Aug 19, 2015

The CNE opens Friday with new food including bacon-wrapped grilled cheese from Bacon Nation and deep-fried cheesecake from Pickled Pete’s

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) has revealed its lineup of new foods and it’s epic. The selection this year is...

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Jul 03, 2015

Take the #LemonChallenge4Change for gender equality

Every day millions of girls around the world are discriminated against, or denied access to an education or basic human...

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Jul 02, 2015

Frozen chicken nuggets, strips, burgers recalled

You may want to check your frozen breaded chicken products before you pop them into the oven as a number of No Name and...

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Jun 30, 2015

7 free Toronto food festivals this Summer

As a city with a diverse array of cultures, it only makes sense Toronto offers an equally diverse selection of food. As the...

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Jun 19, 2015

Fairview Good Food Market set to launch next month

Noting the need for affordable and accessible fruits and vegetables in the Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue area, an area...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine

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