Can’t make it to the southern BBQ joints in our cover story? These authentic barbecue trucks come to you. Who deserves the glory of the grill and who is just blowing smoke? You decide.
If last year’s Taste of Toronto was the David Chang show, then this is definitely the year for Masaharu Morimoto to take the spotlight. Here is our guide to the dishes we tried at Taste of Toronto.
Lorraine, the latest release from Amsterdam Brewery's Adventure Series, was brewed as a Lichtenhainer, a German style you probably haven’t tried, that combines a dose of smoked wheat malt and a subtle souring. Amsterdam and Nickel Brook, their collaboration partner for Lorraine, decided to age this beer in Cabernet Franc barrels for four months.
Joanne Kates tasted her way through a sky-high stack of Toronto’s top beef brisket, selecting the best of the bunch
Acclaimed Toronto chef Chris McDonald is taking over Barsa Taberna's kitchen as consulting chef.
As of last Monday, the uber popular store – notorious for two-hour lineups for cheesecake – has opened a sister shop, Uncle Tetsu’s Matcha Café, specializing in matcha-based desserts.
Our guide to what beers pair with what you are grilling this Canada Day. The extensive list includes local breweries like Side Launch, Granite, Great Lakes and Left and butchers Oliffe, Bespoke, Macelleria Atlas, Sanagan's and others.
Our pick from Oats & Ivy is the Moroccan sweet potato lunch box ($10.35), one of the most popular menu options.
The LCBO and Beer Store will be closed on Canada Day, but several of Toronto’s craft breweries will be open for tastings and bottle sales. Here is your guide to buying beer on Canada Day 2015.
The city’s ice cream artisans are creating wild flavours far from vanilla. Our resident chef Grant van Gameren enlists chefs Brad Moore and Ian Kapitan of hot new eatery Old School to taste T.O.’s wackiest flavours.