Toronto is a city of many cultures and you can technically eat in a different country every night if you wanted.
Kensington Market is veritable melting pot of cuisine and definitely somewhere to visit if you’re a foodie. It’s absolutely full of delicious dishes! Continue reading
Hello! It’s been a while!
I hope you’ve all been well and enjoying the last few weeks! I know I’ve been a little bit absent in posting, but I promise I’ve got the best reasons…. Continue reading
What’s your go-to brunch dish?
I’m pretty sure mine is always an eggs benny or a pile of pancakes. Luckily, mó bistró has both, so it’s the perfect brunch destination for me! Continue reading
Merry Christmas Eve!!
Or, actually, Merry Christmas Day to some of you already! Continue reading
You need to make these biscuits.
They are melt in the mouth delicious (literally). Continue reading
Roast potatoes are life.
They’re the best food in the whole wide world and I cannot even think about having Christmas (or any Sunday lunch or roast dinner) without them. I normally like to allow myself about 10 to eat (just me) so I would usually make a lot! I have to have these babies year round, whatever the weather, whatever the season. I genuinely love them that much. Continue reading
If you’re not sure that you want to go out and buy gifts for everyone this year, why not make them instead?
Something homemade is perfect to give to a host of a party, have your children make for friends or their teacher, or even to give to everyone in your family on the big day. And after all, who doesn’t love a gift they can eat?
I feel like cheese is the most wonderful accompaniment to Christmas.
And when it’s all melty and paired with something sweet or fruity, it’s even better. Think cheddar with chutney or manchego with quince. Continue reading
Is there anything better than afternoon tea?
Unlimited sandwiches, sweet treats and cups of tea is a joyful experience in itself, but having it with a Christmas theme goes another step further. Continue reading
When it comes to Christmas, cranberries are always at the top of my shopping list.
I love fresh ones to make cranberry sauce and dried ones to bake with and, honestly, what better thing to make with them than cookies. Continue reading
The Chilcano is one of Peru’s best loved drinks, alongside the Pisco Sour of course.
Mint and dark chocolate has to be one of my favourite flavour combinations.
Plus, peppermint and chocolate is everyone’s Christmas favourite, right?!
I love to buy chocolate mint creams all year round, but I feel like in December I just doubly love to have them in the house. They make me feel all festive. This recipe came about because I wanted to make my own mint creams, but then I got cravings for tiffin and rocky road, which are pretty biscuit-y, so I thought why not combine them (but in a much simpler way)? Continue reading