October Highs & Lows

We ate, we baked and we welcomed Fall in October. Below are just some of our favourite foodie moments we wanted to share from this month. Enjoy!

Moo Milk Bar sweetened the fashion chaos backstage at World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto. Our favourite? Cowgirl. A sweet and salty combination of espresso powder, toffee bits, chocolate chunks and oats.

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Whipped out the blowtorch and perfected our searing skills. Keep a lookout for our recipe!

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Chilly weather alert! We tried this classic roasted red pepper and tomato soup warm instead of chilled to complement the weather. We loaded in extra goat cheese for a creamy kick. Yum!

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Pumpkin pie… in a crepe. Couldn’t resist on our casual stroll past Millie Creperie.

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Soursop, vietnamese coffee and green tea pistachio. Cliche Asian flavours don’t exist at Kekou Gelato. All of these delicious icy treats are made in house with fresh ingredients.

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Looking for Izakaya options uptown? We tried Tsuki Izakaya on Highway 7 and East Beaver Creek. Conclusion: Stay away from the sashimi but shell out on extra orders of their buttered squid.

This past thanksgiving, we replaced turkey with peking duck and other succulent dishes at Very Fair Chinese Restaurant. The best part? BYOB without corkage fees.

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Finally, we scoured the Delicious Food Show for new snack ideas. We’ll be stocking our kitchen with these flavoured banana chips. Flavours range from melon to chocolate.

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