Innovative Balls and You

Innovation is one of the aspects of humanity that has driven us to what we are today. Whether it be from curing polio, travelling to the moon, or having driverless cars; innovation is something that will continue until we die off. In the culinary world innovation, has also played a vital role. The first major…

On the Diet Train

After being in India and Thailand for the past 2 weeks and trying all the amazing food there was to offer I came back to Toronto needing to lose about 5 pounds. So this blog was perfectly timed to get back on track. Typically I run a very balanced diet 3 meals a day with…

Heere Piggy Piggy

There is a lot of controversy surrounding our food supply of late, especially when it comes to meat. The deplorable conditions some animals are subjected to in poorly run battery farms has come to light in recent times and I wanted the opinion of a more sustainable natural animal farmer. I visited the Mitchell Family…

Pan Roasted at the Steak

This week I set out to create a quick dish that I could come home from a long day of school and enjoy. I chose to make a play on that old dish and recipes and simply cook meat and potatoes. For a quick dish, a cut from the hanging area with less connective tissue…

Chilling out with Soups

This week I took a big change from my culinary background when approaching these soups. In Barbados soup is synonymous with hot, if it is not hot it’s not soup. When I told my family I was making cold soups, and if they wanted to try it, they immediately said no. The though of drinking…

A Dive into Fermentation

On my island home of Barbados, I had grown up knowing three popular drinks, coconut water drank straight from fresh coconuts, mauby which I detest( it’s so bitter), and ginger beer, my second favorite. So when faced with the challenge of taking my first foray into fermentation I felt it was a good idea to…

The Food Hunter

This week I travelled to the St. Lawrence market located 92-95 Front Street, Toronto, Ontario in search of a fruit I had never eaten before. I had always seen the market from George Brown and finally took the opportunity to explore it. It hurt that it was so close to a place I visited every…

An Adventure in China Town

This week I set out to try a food I had never tried before. At the suggestion of a classmate I went in search of a red bean bun. A Chinese dish made from a sweetened paste made from boiled, mashed adzuki beans. This paste is then placed in a steamed bun or baozi and served…

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