Lover of smash burgers and espresso martinis – not at the same time, but also not opposed to the idea. Meredith started at Elle Canada as an editorial intern, but prefers food over fashion and although she is dairy-free (not by choice), she will never, ever order the sorbet for dessert.
For these Toronto home cooks, how it started is very different from how it's going. We find out what it's like to run your own online food business in a pandemic.
Whether you're after the chewiest organic sourdough or bakes so tasty you won't miss the wheat, we've tracked down Toronto's best bakeries, with and without gluten.
Farm-to-table meets fish-to-fork at Spencer’s at the Waterfront in Burlington, a place that’s equal parts style and substance.
A relationship between a good restaurant and its suppliers is sacrosanct. We tell the story of the producers bringing our food from farm to fork.
From sourdough to challah, every style of bread has a story to tell. Toronto's best bakers share their secrets to the perfect loaf.
Cured meat and cheese are celebration essentials. Afrim Pristine of the Cheese Boutique tells us how to make the ultimate charcuterie board.
Ooey, gooey, crunchy or crispy, cookies are one of the sweetest treats around. If you're looking for Toronto's best cookies, we've got the (baked) goods.
The founders of The Green Jar tell us how growing up in a low-waste household led them to open their sustainable shop.
From matcha tea to shelves of shoyu, we take a trip to Tokyo via Queen Street West at Japanese goods emporium Sanko Trading Co.