Deep into Friday night, when the Internet usually creeps the closest it can to something remotely akin to repose, sparks flew. The world was bellowing its plea in three words: pray for Paris. Those who understood the heaviness of those words and the price of prayer knelt on their knees to pay just that. Some who have only … Continue reading Eggs for the better
Yup, you’ve probably heard (or should I say seen) our drool-worthy nouveau prime minister Justin Trudeau. Or, perhaps more fittingly, Justin Tru’beau‘. Yes, yes, we all sort of saw it coming that the Liberals would take the biggest bite of the cake, yet few of us anticipated that our PM-designate, despite working up an appetite … Continue reading Beau Canada
Just as Coca Cola was vastly successful in inventing and selling the modern-day Santa Claus with his post-industrialization coal-burning factory destroying the ozone layer in the north pole and fleet of underpaid (if at all paid) proletarielves, so the emerald double-tailed Ariel was able to bewitch North America with the PSL spell. Pumpkin Spice Latte – the … Continue reading A Venti Pumpkin Spice Lamentation
It’s the ordinary things that seem important to me. This Sunday I enjoyed the rare luxury of having the entirety of an afternoon liberated from any obligation to weigh it down. So I went see the lovely mister Alex Colville at the gallery across the bridge. If you’re anyone like me, regardless of the reason … Continue reading On Alex Colville
For those of you who know me on instagram, you know the things that are on my plate don’t often find their way to the blog (here). Well, that’s about to change, a little, at least. Here’s the deal. Every month, I will round up all my instagram posts to find out what you loved … Continue reading Instapost #1: Toast to Toast
Hey everyone, so this morning I woke up to a little surprise…from the National Post! A photo of mine has found its way to the Toronto Gastropost spread, and here’s a snippet of it. Head over to the official site to see the full spread! Gotta say, it I’m quite pleased with the gastrosketch their … Continue reading I’m in the National Post, go figure!
Yesterday morning as I reached into my bag of cherries, my index fingertip was greeted by a dreadful, wet, squishiness that could only mean one thing: cherry season was over. In a desperate attempt to salvage the remaining cherries from those plagued with sickly brown craters, I quickly separated the good from the bad and … Continue reading Ground Rules