Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Not only was Toronto Taste mouthwatering, I can cross black bear, savoury frog leg macaron, and raw clams off my tasting bucket list!

Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Here at Tasting Toronto, we sometimes like to let the pictures do the talking - we just wrapped up our Roving Twitter Reporting at Second Harvest's Toronto Taste and we had a BLAST!

The chefs and beverage purveyors brought their A-game this year: Creekside Winery had a new wine debut there before it hits the LCBO, and I crossed some unique items off my tasting bucket list: Black bear from Petite Thuet, a very unique savoury macaron made with frog legs and palm heart puree from Harvest Kitchens, and raw clams from Rodney's Oyster House. Did you know Rodney's has their very own oyster beds? I had no idea!

 

Seriously - consider building Toronto Taste into your charitable giving next year - it feels good to do good, and it really is one of the very best FUNdraisers around!

Yours in food,
-Stacey

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Stacy,
Great blog! Have you ever tried Peruvian food?
I am writing to you to let you know of an upcoming pop-up restaurant RESTO BAR PERU coming to 99 Sudbury in Toronto.
I hope you can join us for our media pre-tasting on Wednesday, July 11 @ 99 Sudbury and from there blog your honest opinions to Torontonians about how awesome Peruvian food is!
RSVP to me, Lisa at lulrich1@cogeco.ca
Cheers!

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