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October 10th/Day 163: Pre-Thanksgiving Brunch

Working through the Thanksgiving long weekend meant meeting up with friends for a quick brunch before everyone went off to their family functions. Caplansky’s on College because I wanted a heaping pile of meat. 61 more words

Project 365

food truck! Food Truck!! FOOD TRUCK!!!!

Company next door was having some sorta huge open house today. Lotsa activity early this morning (6:15 am) setting up a tent, etc., getting prepared. Lookie what else came (around 10 o’clock)… … 94 more words

Life

Eat These Words: Hoagies of TV History

By: Joe Lofranco

In the latest edition of Eat These Words, our intrepid food columnist Joe Lofranco tries to find the best $25 and Under hoagie options in Toronto while reflecting on the great sandwich quests of Bill Cosby and his own personal hoagie recipe. 1,076 more words

Culture

Adventures in Food: The "Back Home" Edition

I’ve long believed that food is a narrative.  If you look at the ingredients and the cooking style, food tells you where you are, where you’ve been, who you are, or even who you want to be. 365 more words

Life

Food trucks: Council adopts new rules but with some restrictions

TORONTO  – City council has approved new regulations on food trucks in the city by a vote of 34-3.

Adam Vaughan, Denzil Minnan-Wong and David Shiner were the three councillors to vote against adopting the new regulations. 144 more words

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Caplansky's Delicatessen


Location: 356 College Street, Toronto
Websitehttp://www.caplanskys.com/

I remember the early days of Caplansky’s; before he opened his own place, it was just Zane Caplansky himself at the back of the Monarch, a sketchy old bar in Little Italy. 492 more words

Toronto

Second Harvest: Good Food for a Good Cause

I had the fortune of being in the vicinity of Yonge-Dundas square yesterday and headed over for the lunch money days campaign which was held in support of Second Harvest, an organization committed to reducing food waste while improving the food security of hundreds if not thousands of people living in Toronto. 482 more words