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A Beginners Guide to French Macarons

If you’re anything like me, you’ve lusted over displays of macarons and wondered how something so delicious can be so difficult to make. They always seemed so impossible – the feet have to be perfect, the shells need to be shiny, yet crunchy but when you bite into them they’re filled with just the right amount of air. 259 more words


Le Petit Dejeuner: Small Diner, Big Flavour

We were working from home this Monday and decided to pop out for a quick brunch at Le Petit Dejeuner. The diner is a local hotspot on… 528 more words


I’m Dreaming of a Vegan Christmas.


We don’t realise how much we change over the course of one lifetime. If we look at external changes we often realise how much things have changed around us; the way we use our phones, the way we bank, the way we watch television, computers and accessing information and the way we read newspapers online are just a few examples. 1,178 more words

St Lawrence Market, Toronto

For more than 200 years, markets in the St Lawrence neighbourhood have reflected the abundance and variety of food grown in the Toronto region. In 1803, Lieutenant Governor Peter Hunter declared the first public market open, welcoming merchants, farmers, and residents of the region to buy and sell their provisions. 262 more words


St. Lawrence Market on a Warm Black Friday Afternoon 2017

St. Lawrence Market on a Warm Black Friday Afternoon 2017. Toronto, Ontario. Sony A6000 and 16-50mm lens.