Super simple recipe requires only a few ingredients and a little patience. Before you start, you need paper cupcake cups and a muffin tin (if the mini version of both is available it makes for a better size) and a pot of boiling water for your bain marie. -Melt about 500g of dark chocolate in a bowl over a pot of boiling water. Stir it constantly as to not burn the chocolate and ensure that your bowl’s bottom does not touch the water below. -Line the muffin molds with the... Read The Rest →
Located west of Spadina on Bloor, this busy Toronto restaurant definitely caters to the nearby university crowd with their affordable pricing, quick service and good food. It’s become a bit of a regular spot for dinner for two very tired chefs providing enough nutrition for us to consider it a blessing that neither one of us has to cook. It’s always busy for dinner so expect a 10-15 minute wait but the experience is worth it. The food is as fresh as any other affordable sushi is but it’s brought... Read The Rest →
Last night we created a meal from scratch that was both economical and extremely tasty. Our asian inspired meal included a spicy vegetable stir-fry (zucchini, snow peas, broccoli, botton mushrooms and green peppers), coconut chicken and a serving of rice. The chicken was sauteed off with onions and then simmered with coconut milk and cream. It was a very healthy meal and a wonderful way to enjoy a quiet evening out of the cold.