This week’s topic for Illustration Friday is farm, and it’s Victoria Day long weekend in Canada, the traditional time of year when people head north from the city and open their cottages and cabins, or drive up to a provincial park for camping and R & R. This topic made me think of home, and Ontario and the farm country north of Toronto, which I … Continue reading Illustration Friday – Farm
Turmeric Curry Fried Rice with caramelized onion, chicken and peas
Continue reading Curry Fried Rice with Caramelized Onion, Chicken and Peas and Peppery Turmeric Curry Powder recipe (with vegan or vegetarian options)
The star of Baro’s new rooftop patio is always going to be the space itself. As the sun slipped into the cracks of Toronto’s west end, and the downtown windows lit up, the Baro’s rooftop came alive with that magical glow, and you felt in the moment that something special was about to happen. Continue reading Baro’s Rooftop Patio Launches in Toronto, Canada
There are certain meals that slap you out of a waking sleep. I remember the exact moment I first tasted this salsa verde con piña. Continue reading Puerto Escondido – Salsa Verde con Piña
This country cornbread incorporates black beans to add some sustenance to a quick and easy recipe that can be thrown together last minute, or in the morning before work. It is a versatile batter that can be baked in a cake pan, loaf pan or muffins to grab and go for the rest of the week. It is also a favourite in my house to … Continue reading Country Cornbread with Black Beans
At precisely 11:40, the fish gong is struck and the lunch ceremony begins. Nuns sit in the first two rows of benches that line the Five Vision Hall… Continue reading A Visit to Aidao Nunnery, for the Buddhist Vegetarian Lunch Ceremony, Wenshu Monastery and a walk around Chengdu
There’s thousands of us, and we’re all lined up for tables, every day in every city in the world, waiting to get our teeth into the perfect pork bun… Continue reading Tim Ho Wan: In search of an authentic (barbecue pork bun) experience in the margins of Hong Kong.