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Sympathy for the li'l devils: How to spare the rod and not spoil the child born with a silver spoon

Sabrina Maddeaux

There are few things more fascinating in modern celebrity culture than the offspring of the one per cent. We watch them through tabloids, society columns and social media as though they’re exotic tropical fish on display in a giant glass tank – except that, unlike aquariums, we feel entitled to bang on the glass. 1,190 more words


Guess which Toronto restaurant took top honours on Canada's 100 Best Restaurants list

Toronto fine-dining spot Alo garnered first place in Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants 2017 rankings. Chef Patrick Kriss launched Alo in 2015 and quickly became renowned for his French tasting menu. 313 more words


Bent Restaurant- Sweet and Sour Four (Part II)

About the meal(s): Top right: Oyster Sake Shot, bottom right: Yucatan Ceviche, middle: Wild Albacore Tuna Sashimi, bottom left: Scallop Tataki.

*Oyster Sake Shot*

This was my first time seeing an oyster dish being presented in the form of a shot. 167 more words


From Susur Lee to Daniel Boulud, we asked 10 culinary experts to describe the perfect sandwich

The perfect sandwich is what many of us spend our lunch breaks trying to find.

Traditionally used as a vehicle to transport meat and carbs into our bodies, many sandwiches can be categorized as good, but few make the doughy leap to true greatness. 1,014 more words


Toronto Dining...Frings/Drake

Frings, a new downtown Toronto restaurant, is like an explosion for your senses.

Thanks to my good friend Natalie’s pre-planning personality, we were able to secure a table at Toronto rapper, Drake’s, newly opened downtown hot-spot. 114 more words

The juiciest stakes

Style Weekend | 4 September 2015

Culinary masters reveal what to expect in the first season of Masterchef Asia

Last Sunday, in a random conference-room-turned-dressing room at the Holiday Inn & Suites, I found myself in the presence of culinary gods—in various states of undress. 1,262 more words