From Greek stew to Swedish bread to Chinese veggie stir fry, this post features a lot of fusion cooking and unlikely dish pairings. Such a fun week of cooking!
I’ve been having so much fun these past weeks cooking for my family. It sucks that I’m leaving again soon, because I realized I’ve really missed eating at home.
Just like that, another school term has come and gone. Now that it’s winter break, I have time to test new recipes, including a cucumber yeasted bread and some Ovaltine cookies.
Machi Machi is the latest of a slew of tea shops to open in Downtown Toronto. We visited last Sunday to see if this new cafe is worth adding to your rotation.
Dim Sum King offers all-day dim sum at a reasonable price in Toronto’s Chinatown neighbourhood. Read on to see if the food on the menu is as good as its prices.
Rosewood Asian Cuisine in Toronto offers all-you-can-eat dim sum for a great price, but we think it’s even more economical to order à la carte off the menu.
From gelato by the Rialto Bridge to a tiny Michelin-starred restaurant blocks away from St Mark’s Square, we had our fill of delicious food in Venice.
Emilia-Romagna is not only home to the Motor Valley of Italy but also to culinary bastions like Bologna and Modena. Although we missed out on lasagna alla bolognese, we managed to have tons of amazing food and no shortage of gelato!
The cosmopolitan nature of Milan is reflected through its varied food. We ate everything from modern Italian dishes at a Michelin-starred restaurant to Brazilian-Japanese fusion sushi.
Short post this week as we’re heading off to Italy on Friday. I’ve been preoccupied with finishing up my exams recently, and have had no motivation to cook.